Cherie and Marie Currie "Messin' With The Boys" LP (1980)
Details: Cherie and Marie Currie, "Messin' With The Boys," released on Capitol (1980). The cover is G+ only (see images for cover wear). Large promo hole in cover. Vinyl is in fantastic condition.
Description: "Messin' with the Boys (1980) is the second album by Cherie Currie and the first to feature her sister Marie Currie as a major contributor. Marie was a guest vocalist on Cherie's first album, so Marie went on tour with Cherie to support her first album, "Beauty's Only Skin Deep." ... Messin' with the Boys received more radio play than "Beauty's Only Skin Deep" and their song "Since You Been Gone" made it to #95 on the US charts. Their single "This Time" and the album "Messin' with the Boys," made the top 200 on U.S. charts. This makes Messin' with the Boys Cherie Currie's most successful solo album. "I Just Love The Feeling" originally surfaced on the 1974 album, S.S. Fools by the group of the same name. Cherie duetted with that group's lead singer, Bobby Kimball, and wrote the additional lyrics in the second verse.
Messin' with the Boys was originally released by Capitol Records in 1980, but was re-released on Renaissance Records in 1997. For the 1997 re-release, the twins recorded seven new bonus tracks, tracks 11 through 17. One of the bonus tracks is "Cherry Bomb", a song Cherie recorded with the Runaways. When Cherie was in the Runaways, it was regarded as their signature song."
Grade: G+ (Cover) / NM (Record)
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. Messin' With The Boys
A2. Since You've Been Gone
A3. I Just Love The Feeling
A4. All I Want
A5. Overnight Sensation
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B2. This Time
B3. Wishing Well
B5. We're Through