Digitally remastered edition of this 1988 album from the L.A. glam rockers. Includes16 page full color booklet with 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork, new photos and new interviews. D'Molls sported hair big enough to hide the Empire State building inside, pants so tight that their legs looked like pipe cleaners and enough mascara and lipstick to supply a beauty pageant. That they stood out as the potential kings of the scene was not in question. Originally formed in Chicago by vocalist Desi Rexx and guitarist S.S. Priest, and with connections to Diamond Rexx, Cheap Trick and Enuff Z'Nuff, the band eventually moved to Los Angeles in an effort to solidify not only their line up but also their reputation. The LA and Sunset Strip scene welcomed them with open arms, leading to a contract with Atlantic Records. Issued in 1988, their debut album established them as one of the rising glam rock acts of the time, chasing at the heels of such big sellers as Poison, Mötley Crüe and RATT. Sounding not unlike acts from the time, such as Jetboy, Faster Pussycat and Shotgun Messiah, the album is cocked and loaded with prime slices of provocative anthems, such as 'Crimes Of Fashion', 'All I Want', 'Dressed To Thrill' and 'A-C-T-I-O-N'. Recognized now as one of the high points of a musical style that created a thrilling scene, this album is ripe for reappraisal as it is a true sleaze rock gem.