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Superdeluxe

by Dirty Looks

Vintage Dirty Looks sound, big guitars, slammin'drums, ripping vocals. This is the rock record you've been waiting for.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Bring Me Down
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2. A Million Miles
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3. Wide Glide
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4. Dead Movie Star
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5. Forever
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6. Fast Ride
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7. Blue Light
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8. Not Enough
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9. Thin Red Line
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10. Steppin Stone
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dirty Looks returns with "Superdeluxe" the greasiest rock record to hit the street since the infamous "Cool From The Wire" and its follow-up "Turn of the Screw". Superdeluxe reunites the original line-up of Henrik Ostergaard, vocals/guitar, Paul Lidel, guitar, Jack Pyers, bass, with the addition of Jeremy Hummel on drums.
Superdeluxe is full of that vintage Dirty Looks sound to satisfy all the diehard fans and forge ground with a whole new generation. Henrik's vocal performance screams with raw emotion, that if possible, exceeds all of his previous performances leaving no doubt this guy is at the top of his game and possibly one of the best balls out singers there is. Enough said.


Dirty Looks was formed in 1985 in the San Francisco bay area. After independently releasing an EP on Sticky Records and opening shows for several national acts, they found themselves with a management/production deal. The band hit the studio and recorded their first full length, self-titled album which was released on the French label, Axe Killer Records. Although they were getting nominal airplay on San Francisco's largest radio stations, the band broke up and reformed in Harrisburg, PA. In 1986, they released their second full length album, INYOURFACE, on Mirror Records while simultaneously releasing I Want More on Axe Killer. The song Oh, Ruby, from INYOURFACE, began to receive airplay from Z-ROCK (a massive rock station in Dallas, TX) and its affiliates. Requests poured in for the song and major labels such as EMI, Electra, Chrysalis, and Atlantic came calling. In 1987 the band signed to Atlantic Records and EMI Publishing and released their first major label album, Cool From The Wire in 1988. Produced by Max Norman (Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, Lynch Mob), it is still regarded by many as one of the best hard rock albums of its time. Twenty years later, Cool From The Wire continues to sell online and in record stores all across the globe. (So, if this CD has yet to be added to your collection, you can click here to purchase it from Amazon.com). After an extensive (and successful) international tour, the band was ready to get back in the studio and start recording their follow up. The President of Atlantic Records and the higher-ups of their new management team Hard To Handle (AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Emerson Lake and Palmer) thought that it would benefit the band if they hired a producer who had current albums on the Billboard charts. Beau Hill (Ratt, Warrant, Winger) was hired to record the album but the band felt that he wasn't capturing the street sound that they were looking for. The Hill sessions were scrapped and John Jansen (Britny Fox, Faster Pussycat, Cinderella) was brought in to produce Turn Of The Screw, which was released in 1989. After the album dropped, the band hit the road on another vigorous tour. In 1991, while they were out supporting Turn Of The Screw, the band released an album of b-sides, Bootlegs, on Roadrunner Records. It was also around this time that the band hooked up with the infamous David Krebs (Aerosmith, Scorpions, Def Lepperd) who offered them a lucrative production deal. With the powerful Krebs on their side, the band went back into the studio with Max Norman and recorded Five Easy Pieces in 1992, which was their first release on their new label, Sony/Columbia. The album sold well and warranted a fourth major label release, Chewing On The Bit, which Max Norman also had his hands on. The album dropped in 1994 and the band found themselves back out on the road. During that same year, they released One Bad Leg, their third release on the Sony/Columbia label.

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Tracy Wiscount

Henrik Does It Again!!!!!
It's great to see Henrik back behind the wheel of his legendary Super Deluxe band "Dirty Looks". This cd sound fits right in with all the great cds he has put out in the past and keeps the 80's feel but makes it fresher. I highly recommend this or any Dirty Looks cd to any and all metal or rock fans. Henrick kicks some serious a**!!!
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Glenn McMillan

GREAT ALBUM
JUST GOT THE NEW DIRTY LOOKS CD AND AS MUCH AS I REALLY LIKED GASOLINE THIS ONES EVEN BETTER. MORE RESTRAINED THAN THE FLAT OUT APPROACH USED ONB GASOLINE BUT ALL THE BETTER FOR IT. HIGHLKY RECOMMENDED.
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steven swope

the great return
this cd is yet another great recording and very happy to see paul and jack back with my friend jeremy hummel on drums now. hope to see ya all soon. and again great to have dirty looks back and still making good music
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jimmy reid

all albums
i liked all there cds i even watch the videos i got off mtv when mtv was the shit . they used to be on the head bangers ball. i'm telling you i'm a hard dirty looks fan from the beginning.
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Kevin Rose

Didn't Bring Me Down
Vocals are outstanding, Guitars and musicianship are excellent. I can't believe this is an indie. My favorites are the heavy songs like "Bring Me Down", "A Million Miles", "Dead Movie Star" and "Not Enough". This is a must have cd. You will not be disappointed!! Limited Indie release and a Future collectors item for sure.
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Steven Wiscount

Henrik is a god
Bar none. Great to see him back with original members. 4 sure SUPERDELUXE is true rock buy it and anything Henrik has done solo or with DIRTY LOOKS ROCK ON !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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George J. Hlodash Jr.

Back even better than ever!
Lightning strikes twice!!! "Superdeluxe" is just that and it even surpasses the excellent Gasoline. Henrik is in top form and sounds even better than back in the day. The whole band is top notch on this and the production is huge. Thanks for coming back on the secene. Now how about a Pennsylvania tour?
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J. Andrews

Fire in the hole!
If your looking for “Glamour Rock” look elsewhere. This CD might make you pee your pants! Henrik is back in your face again on this CD!!! Wow that's MAD guitar!
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Kristy Turner

Superdeluxe
LOVE IT! We can't wait for tour dates. It is GREAT!
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Kevin Rosdahl

Another Classis
Another Classic CD from the "Dirtiest Band in the world". Got it in the Car and it won't leave the CD player for a long time. Can't wait to see you on Tour.
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