Roxx Records has packaged the 1989 sophomore release by Lust Control – Dancing Naked – on compact disc for the first time. The 19-song album was remastered by Rob Colwell at Bombworks Studios. This title will be available on June 25th from Roxx Productions. Order here.
“We are excited about packaging this on CD for the first time,” states mystery vocalist Gene. “We had all 4 original members (Gene, Stanley, George, and Duane) write liner notes about their memories from making the album. We also had our producer for those first two albums (This is a Condom Nation and Dancing Naked) write his memories from the live to two-track session.
“It seemed like the right time to re-release this. Roxx Records did such a great job with our Feminazi album in 2019 and we self-released This is a Condom Nation last year. The response was positive and so many listeners said, ‘How about Dancing Naked next?’ So, we just listened to them, really.
“In listening to these tracks, it was a good surprise to see how well the songs and production stood the test of time.”
“Listen and you will hear prog rock and funky,” said Duane. “Prog rock funk.
“And by the way, we were wearing masks before they were cool, or politically correct or politically incorrect, or whatever.”
Lust Control changed its lineup in 1990, a year after the release of Dancing Naked. Phillip Owens (George) and Paul Q-Pek (Stanley) were contractually obligated to Myrrh Records, so Gene reformed the band with new players – Butch, Bradford, Matt, and Bob. This incarnation of the band has been together since then, going on to record and release We Are Not Ashamed, Feminazi, and Tiny Little Dots. They are currently working on 6 new songs for an EP they hope to have out by the end of the year.