album was chosen as a VinylCheese feature strictly for its colorful
gatefold cover. Call us sluts for traffic, but we also knew the
title of this article would reel in the ladies. We actually have
no proof that this picture really is Tony Danza's ass, but from
the rest of the pictures on this album, we made an educated guess.
One thing we do know for a fact, it is the soundtrack to the 1980
Tony Danza film, The Hollywood Knights. It would be the first major
film for him, Michelle Pfieffer and Robert Wuhl.
second best part of this album is the inside the gatefold, which
contains yet another photo of the ass in question, along with the
phrase (perhaps this was a tagline for the film),
last, a motion picture that moons a man on the land."
information like that, we don't even need to launch into our usual
attack...just take it for what it is worth. Another bad Hollywood
drive-in flick featuring the disgruntled youth of the '60s, whose
sole form of entertainment was to drop trou and bare their heinies
as a shocking statement. Yuck, what a shitty existence. I'll take
piercing my lips, ears, eyebrows and nipples, dying my hair unnatural
colors and wearing shittily-made, expensive clothes from the Hot
Topic and behaving like a poseur, Goth, freak anyday over that.
album's soundtrack is the usual fare of film representing the early
'60s, nothing too freaky, like we normally like to feature, so we
have just chosen the Surfari's song, "Wipeout"
for the featured clip.
and be sure to click on Tony Danza's ass above, to get a picture
of the inside gatefold.