TOKYO BLADE: Ain’t Misbehavin’ LP. Original 1987 issue Scratch Records. Killer songs!


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Tokyo Blade Ain’t Misbehavin’
Type: Full-length
Release date: 1987 Scratch Records
1. Heartbreaker 04:34
2. Too Much Too Soon 03:25
3. Watch Your Step 03:38
4. Movie Star 04:01
5. Hot for Love 04:18
6. Tokyo City 04:16
7. Love and Hate 04:26
8. Don’t Walk Away 04:56
9. Ain’t Misbehavin’ 01:38

Andy Boulton Guitars
Pete Zito Vocals
Chris Stover Bass
Alex Lee Drums
1987 German 9-track Scratch Records label LP for the 5th studio album from the NWOBHM group, recorded with a completely new line-up assembled by Andy Boulton after the disbandment of Tokyo Blade. Housed in a glossy picture sleeve which has some minor shelfwear, the vinyl is immaculate.

Ain’t Misbehavin’ is the fourth studio album by the British heavy metal band Tokyo Blade, released in 1987 by the German GAMA Musikverlag sub-label Scratch Records. The album was recorded with a completely new line-up assembled by Andy Boulton after the disbandment of Tokyo Blade, following the commercial failure of Black Hearts & Jaded Spades and the disastrous tour of 1986. In fact, the band is indicated as ‘Andy Boultons Tokyo Blade’ on the front cover of the European edition.
Ain’t Misbehavin’ was re-released in 1993 by Laserlight Records with the title Tokyo Blade, with different cover art

Tokyo Blade original Tokyo city, from their 1987 album Aint Misbehavin.

I found a note that you left me, said we were through
I tried to get through girl, a message to you
Lack of communication now started too
The past is behind us, lets start new

I came to find you here in this lonely place (lonely place)
In this town you call your home, yeah I’ll find you
Oh – oh – o – oh

As the sun goes down here in Tokyo City
Call your name out loud here in Tokyo City

Standing alone in the city, searching for you
Not gonna go looking for clues
I swore I saw you, I called out your name
I felt a true fool when it wasn’t you