Monday, October 12, 2009

Demolition Gore Galore - Bulimia Babes in Endorphin Pain

Demolition Gore Galore were the brainchild of one Walter (aka Walta) Adams, the original bass player for Faster Pussycat. In addition to Adams, DGG consisted of (at one time or another) Mick Cripps of LA Guns, the one and only Kery Doll, Bobby Bones and Kayle. It's clear from the first listen that Adams and his Faster Pussycat bandmates had a love for Johnny Thunders in common, but that's where the similar influences end. DGG, even with their ridiculous over-the-top name, were closer to the Velvet Underground and Nikki Sudden than G&R and Aerosmith. Anyways, they didn't leave us much to remember them by...just a couple privately pressed records including 1986's "Bulimia Babe" EP and 1987's far more scarce 1-sided "Endorphin Pain" 7" limited to just 100 copies. And luckily for you I have both. And now you can too.

Track Listing:
Bulimia Babe
Bulimia Break
Long Blonde Bomb
Girls Just Care About Gore
Endorphin Pain


  1. can anyone tell me where Bobby is? I am an old friend from London
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  2. lenny steel from pure hell played on trecks produce by auther killer kane

  3. Awesome archival dig. "Endorphin Pain" really should be remembered as a classic now, but I think "Bulimia Babe" got more spins on KXLU radio back then.

  4. Mick Cripps (rhythm guitar for L.A. Guns) never played bass with DGG, it was his identical twin brother Robert Cripps.

    That's a photo of Lenny on the bottom right of Endorphin Pain EP.

    Also recorded and featured on the cover photo of Endorphin were Dominick and Gizmo of Staz From Mars.