Poindexter, Buster: Buster Goes Beserk

Poindexter, Buster SKU: 35696698
Buster Poindexter: Buster Goes Beserk

Poindexter, Buster: Buster Goes Beserk

Poindexter, Buster SKU: 35696698

Format: CD

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Title: Buster Goes Beserk
Artist: Poindexter, Buster
Label: Retroworld
UPC: 805772634527
Genre: Rock

Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from Buster Poindexter AKA New York Dolls frontman David Johanson. Includes the albums Buster Poindexter (1987) and Buster Goes Berserk (1989). The New York Dolls were proto-punks. Their two albums were well received critically, but failed to succeed commercially. Johansen pursued a solo career for several years and began performing as Buster Poindexter in the late 1980s accompanied by The Uptown Horns. The music was a mixture of jazz, lounge, calypso, and novelty songs, and in his Buster persona he appeared as part of the house band on the television program Saturday Night Live. He had his first hit with 'Hot Hot Hot'. The increased profile that Johansen enjoyed led to his landing acting roles in a variety of movies - from playing the Ghost of Christmas Past in the Bill Murray seasonal vehicle Scrooged through to the movie re-imagining of the sixties TV sitcom Car 54, Where Are You.

1.1 All Night Party
1.2 Hit the Road Jack
1.3 International Playboy
1.4 Poorest People
1.5 Juicy Lucy
1.6 Who Threw the Whiskey in the Well
1.7 At the Party
1.8 Imitation of Life
1.9 Hollywood
1.10 Debourge Yourself
1.11 Deep in a Dream
1.12 Smack Dab in the Middle
1.13 Bad Boy
1.14 Hot Hot Hot
1.15 Are You Lonely for Me, Baby?
1.16 Screwy Music
1.17 Good Morning Judge
1.18 Oh Me, Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)
1.19 Whadaya Want?
1.20 House of the Rising Sun
1.21 Cannibal, Heart of Gold
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