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Love Razors - Hollywood Underground (2013)
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Love Razors - Hollywood Underground (2013)

: Love Razors
Title Of Album: Hollywood Underground
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Fna Records
Genre: Rock, Glam Rock, Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:51 Min
Total Size: 103 Mb


1. Dancing Without You
2. Underground
3. Three Good Reasons
4. Kiss Me Like Fire
5. Day By Day
6. Rose for Emily
7. My Love
8. Rain
9. Elephant Man
10. Forever Gold
11. Lord of the Packets

Sten Sarracino - Vocals
Tom Sarracino - Guitars
Fritz Schweigert - Bass
Jamie Simone - Drums

Love Razors formed out of the ashes from several different LA-based bands
around the fall of 1986. Singer Sten Sarracino (youngest brother to
guitarist Tom) was the catalyst for forming the band after just having
left (see kicked out) his former band Damn Yankees (not the Ted Nugent
version). After corralling Brother Tom on guitar and drummer Jamie
Simone, he asked bassist Fritz Schweigert to join on a temporary basis
just long enough for them to find a new one. While always around the
same music scene during the period that drummer Simone and bassist
Schweigert first started playing with Tom in 1979 (while Schweigert and
Simone were still in high school), Sten didn’t begin his singing career
in earnest until the mid-80s when he played with eventual Poison
guitarist Bruce Johannesson (soon to be C.C. DeVille) in a hard pop band
called Screaming Mimi’s.
The band rehearsed for a few weeks before its’ first gig at Madame Wong’s West in Santa Monica California. The gig
was an overall success even though many of the songs played during the
set were pieced together from the three players’ former bands Cheapster,
and Surburban Angels. After the success of the show, all the band
members decided to stick around for more.
The addition of punk influences to the other more classic rock elements already present
within the band members’ musical upbringings would form the basis for
the sound that would eventually become the Love Razors. It would make
them ultimately hard for record company execs to define and pigeon-hole.
It may have been their downfall commercially at the time, but helped
create one of the more musically interesting bands during their period
playing in L.A.
The scene in L.A. around ’86 was vibrant with a mix of punkish glam bands (not the more pop type that would dominate later),
a resurgence of 70s retro styles paying homage to forebearers like the
Stones, Faces and Aerosmith as well as hard core punk and head-banging
metal. The Razors fit in with their mix of 70’s based hard rock music
and varied background from playing both rock and early punk styles in
various bands.
Within a short period of time the Love Razors were one of the top draws in L.A., and being managed by heavyweight firm
Sanctuary (Nigel Harrison, onetime bassist for Blondie was their manager
during most of their time together). During this period they also drew
opening slots on L.A., Orange County and San Diego tour dates for
English hard rockers Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction as well as
moody English gothic rockers Mission UK (formerly Sisters of Mercy).
They were also a mainstay act at many of the most popular clubs in L.A.
like the always moving Club Scream, White Trash and especially the now
legendary Coconut Teaszer where they were a virtual house band for a
period of two to three years. When not playing in L.A., the Razors
played during this same period at the Stone and Nightbreak clubs in San
Francisco, Annie Oakley’s in Las Vegas, the Bacchanal in San Diego, and
the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano as well as the Ventura Theater in
Ventura California.
Recordings during their time together were financed partially or wholly as demos for various record companies who
showed interest in the band, but who never offered them the record
contract that they worked so hard to get.The Love Razors played through
most of 1990 breaking up after guitarist Tom Sarracino left the band for
other musical pursuits. Members Schweigert, Simone and Sten Sarracino
continued on briefly through much of 1991 along with now Cult rhythm
guitarist Mike Dimkich in a band called Rubio Del Sol, until bassist
Schweigert left in order to focus on his recent marriage and the birth
of his first child. Guitarist Tom Sarracino played briefly in the Eddie
Money band following the end of Love Razors. Rubio Del Sol continued for
several months after Schweigert left with replacement bassist Mike Lea,
but packed it in late in 1991. The band played one last reunion show as
Love Razors in 1991 during their annual Christmas Party at the former
Sunset Club in Sierra Madre California.

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