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Pajama Slave Dancers

Pajama Slave Dancers

Pajama Slave Dancers


Steve Westfield (vocals and guitar) and Dave Montovani (vocals and guitar) formed the Pajama Slave Dancers in the early 1980s in Massachussetts. Influenced by the Dead Kennedys, the cassette All U Can Eat (Pajamarama, 1982) announced their zany punk-rock with the demented Defreeze Walt Disney, Farm Rap, and Scoutmasters From Hell. By the time the cassette Problems With Sects (Pajamarama, 1983) came out, the line-up had stabilized in a quintet with Dirk Futon (drums), Scott Blood (bass) and Daxe Rexford (keyboards). Read more on Last.fm
Steve Westfield (vocals and guitar) and Dave Montovani (vocals and guitar) formed the Pajama Slave Dancers in the early 1980s in Massachussetts. Influenced by the Dead Kennedys, the cassette All U Can Eat (Pajamarama, 1982) announced their zany punk-rock with the demented Defreeze Walt Disney, Farm Rap, and Scoutmasters From Hell. By the time the cassette Problems With Sects (Pajamarama, 1983) came out, the line-up had stabilized in a quintet with Dirk Futon (drums), Scott Blood (bass) and Daxe Rexford (keyboards). The first vinyl album, Cheap is Real (Pajamarama, 1984), the first single, Train Wreck on Prom Night/ Miss You (Pajamarama, 1985), the second album, Pajama Beach Party (Pajamarama, 1985), spread the rumour about this hilarious band.

Blood Sweat And Beers (Restless, 1986), Heavy Petting Zoo (Restless, 1987), containing the gags My Baby's Way Rap, Dinosaur Historian Love Chant, Zombie Somba< Swamp Stomp and Bermuda Love Triangle, and Full Metal Underpants (New Rose, 1989) marked the classic years. Then the band seemed to dissolve. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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