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The Nasty Idols mixed elements of Hanoi Rocks, Motley Crue and Alice Cooper to produce their own brand of straightforward, sleazy glam rock.Read More...
Formed in Malmo, Sweden by Andy Pierce (vocals) and Dick Qwarfort (bass). The group went through several line-up changes before recording a self financed single that lead to a record deal. Jonnie Wee (guitar), George Swanson (drums) and Roger White (keyboards) rounded out the band for the debut album. The record helped them become one of the hottest rock acts in Sweden.
For Cruel Intention, Peter Espinoza replaced Wee. It would prove to be their biggest album, as "Cool Way Of Living" received limited airplay on MTV's Headbanger Ball. Unfortunately, Swanson got sick while on the supporting tour, and was replaced by Stanley. The band decided to go in an even heavier direction for Vicious, and fired White (thinking keyboards would no longer fit into their music).
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Westcoast city rockers - 8,913 plays
- House Of Rock N´Roll - 8,193 plays
- Sheila - 5,923 plays
- Cool way of living - 3,267 plays
- American nights - 2,082 plays
- Method To My Madness - 2,810 plays
- Rock Out - 2,820 plays
- Dance of the wicked - 1,624 plays
- Head's down (in tinseltown) - 1,448 plays
- House Of Rock N' Roll - 2,842 plays