Pete Overend Watts
| December, 1983|
| Two Steps from the Move
Rock music, Hard rock, Glam punk
Hanoi Rocks albums, Glam punk albums, Other albums
Michael Monroe – Lead Vocals, Saxophone, Harmonica
Andy McCoy – Guitars & Vocals
Nasty Suicide – Guitars & Vocals
Sam Yaffa – Bass & Vocals
Razzle – Drums & Vocals
All Those Wasted Years is the first live album by the Finnish rock band Hanoi Rocks, released in 1984. In initial pressing of this album's name was misspelled as "All Those Waisted Years", while correct spelling has been used with later releases of this album, but the original release with the misspelled title is very rare. The album was recorded in December 1983 at The Marquee Club in London, about a year before the death of Hanoi Rocks' drummer Razzle. The live engineer was Mick Staplehurst, the longtime FOH Engineer for Hanoi Rocks.
A video of the same shows recorded for the album was released at the same time, but with a different track listing. For example, the video featured a cover of the Ramones song "Blitzkrieg Bop" (which had Razzle on vocals and Michael Monroe on drums). The video is also missing the songs "Visitor", "11th Street Kids" and "Lost In The City"
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