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Que Sera, Sera
LP $11.75

07/13/2010 889397900953 

900953 


***LIGHTLY BENT CORNERS, REDUCED PRICE!!! In 1985, after several years of drifting from live show to after-hours party, punk's Moses was shaken (briefly) out of his drug-induced stupor to cut an all new studio album. For this event, punk's elite was paraded in (JOHN PERRY, STIV BATORS, GLEN MATLOCK, PATTI PALLADIN, TAVE TREGUNNA, WILKO JOHNSON and MIKE MONROE) for guest performances and JOHNNY THUNDERS finally seemed to be buckling down to doing what his record label was paying him for. His number one priority was to write a song to win back his Swedish girlfriend, which he did with style in “I Only Wrote This Song For You” (apparently winning back said-girlfriend). He also churned out some classic punk mantras, as was his forte, with “M.I.A.,” “Little Bit Of Whore,” and personal anthem, “Short Lives” and brought in a bizarre reworking of the campy classic “Que Sera, Sera,” made famous by Doris Day... which, needless to say, sung by Johnny had a whole new set of connotations. While perhaps not the classic work of his earlier material, this album proved that he still had something to offer his fans. Unfortunately, half a decade later, Johnny would be dead, leaving this as one of his last testimonies of what could have been and what was. 

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