Hard rockers DIRTY LOOKS are releasing their comeback album "Gasoline" with Perris Records worldwide on October 16th, 2007.The CD was first released by the band on a limited pressing digipak format and sold out at CDBaby.com & Perris the first week. Perris then signed the band and added two bonus tracks. The bonus tracks were co-written by Paul Lidel (Dirty Looks guitarist 1986- 1994) and Henrik Ostergaard. Bonus tracks feature Paul Lidel on guitar and Jason McMaster (Broken Teeth, Dangerous Toys) on bass guitar along with Broken Teeth band mate Bruce Rivers on drums. The remaining 10 album tracks were performed by Henrik Ostergaard and other musicians.
Two young friends embark on a road trip across France in a vehicle they built themselves.
Fire And Gasoline sees a resurgent, revitalized and energized Lee Aaron re-emerging into the rock 'n' roll world with an album that is sophisticated, thought provoking, sublimely entertaining and a whole lot of rockin' fun.
Stephen Philip "Steve" Jones is an English rock guitarist, singer and actor, best known as guitarist with Sex Pistols and Iggy Pop. He was ranked in Rolling Stone's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time." Fire and Gasoline is a second solo album released in 1989 by Steve Jones. The album featured Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses on the song "I Did U No Wrong" and the lyrics of Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe on "We're Not Saints". In 2005, Fire and Gasoline was ranked number 460 in Rock Hard magazine's book of The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time…
This album was recorded in the Kunstraum Syltquelle on the Northern German Island Sylt. It is the first part of a trilogy inspired by the many car travels that Spyra has to do when he drives to concert venues or sonic art exhibitions. Some compositions are slow, yet they have a certain rhythm. Others have quite fast rhythms, performed with powerful sequencers. The percussion also has an important role. The composer proves his great imagination by creating a warm electronic music. The use of synthesizers enhances the sensual atmospheres that appear in some of the compositions.