Pretty Boy Floyd 'Public Enemies" Album Review

Pretty Boy Floyd’s new album “ Public Enemies” could’ve been released in 1990 as a direct follow up to the legendary “Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz” release and it wouldn’t have missed a beat. It’s everything fans of Pretty Boy Floyd love about the band, big choruses injected with glam filled Rock n Roll! 14 songs of pure 80’s metal bliss.

The band give a few tips of the hat to the debut album with the intro “S.A.T.A’ and the anthemic ‘Shock the World’ with a fist-pumping chorus that pulls you in and has you instantly singing along.

One rocker after another ‘High School Queen’’ ‘Girls All Over the World’ ‘American Dream’ and the they just keep coming.

If you're looking to relive the glory days of hair metal, then hop on the PBF train…… it’s rolling down the tracks giving the middle finger to the mainstream!





Feel The Heat

High School Queen

Girls All Over The World

American Dream

We Can’t Bring Back Yesterday

We Got The Power

Do Ya Wanna Rock

Run For Your Life

Shock The World

Paint It On

7 Minutes In Heaven

Star Chaser

So Young So Bad

PRODUCED BY : Kristy Majors & Keri Kelli

STUDIO: Highway To Hell Studios, Mixed at Maple Studios

RECORDED BY: Kristy Majors & Keri Kelli

MIXED BY: Cameron Webb

MASTERED BY: Andrew Alekel


Kristy Majors, Guitars, Bass, Background Vocals

Steve Summers - Vocals & Background Vocals

Chad Stewart - Drums & Back Ground Vocals

Keri Kelli- Background Vocals

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