Sweet Revenge (David Johansen Album)

Sweet Revenge (David Johansen Album)

Sweet Revenge is a 1984 album released by David Johansen and the only Johansen album to be released on the Passport Records label. Following Sweet Revenge, Johansen switched his music career into his alter-ego, Buster Poindexter. For the next fifteen years, Buster Poindexter would remain in the forefront of Johansen's music career.

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... David Johansen – vocals Patti Scialfa – background vocals Dave Nelson – guitar, Roland synthesizer, background vocals Neil Jason – bass Joe Delia – keyboards, programming Soozie Kirschner – background vocals Brett Cartwright – background vocals Dennis McDermott – drums Steve Thornton – percussion Jimmy Ripp – guitar Artie Kaplan – saxophone Brett Cartwright – bass Rocky Savino, Jr ... – harmonica Peter Laurence Gordon – saxophone Stephen Bray – drums Dennis McDermott – background vocals April Lang – background vocals Big Jay McNeely – saxophone David Johansen Discography Filmography David Johansen David Johansen The David Johansen Group Live In Style Here Comes the Night Live It Up Sweet Revenge Buster Poindexter Buster Poindexter Buster Goes Berserk Buster's Happy Hour Buster's Spanish Rocketship David Johansen and the Harry Smiths David Johansen and the Harry Smiths Shaker Films Married to the Mob (1988) Scrooged (1998) Let It Ride (1999) Freejack (1992) Mr ...

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