Good Time Gone Bad
'Let's her it for The Nastys, they f***ing rock! They remind me of Motley Crue circa 1981.'--Vince Neil 'What can I say? The absolute best thing that could happen to the stale music scene in this town.' --Andrew Watson, Music Review 'The Nastys are the best band we've seen in 18 months on the road.' --Road Manager of Silvertide 'The Nastys were, as their name implies, pretty nasty. All New York Dolls flamboyance and flash with a healthy load of later NYC attitude, The Nastys were rude, crude and in your face.' --Jeff Napier--IndianapolisMusic.net 'All six songs on 'Good Time Gone Bad' are pure fuel injected rockers that will knock you flat on your ass! If there is any musical taste left in America, this band is a soon to be legend.' --Tony Sison, All Access Magazine 'Holy f***in rock and roll does this horny little bitch smoke! 6 songs, no ballads, all uppercuts designed to leave you sweat-soaked and satisfied. And they will!' --Sleazegrinder The Nastys formed in 2001 by Danny Smash, Joey Menace, and Mick Nasty in Grand Rapids Michigan. In 2002 The Nastys released their first EP Shameless Self-Promotion, with newly acquired singer Chad Cherry. With Cherry and the new EP, The Nastys began to garner recognition throughout the Midwest. In 2003 the band traveled to Los Angeles, where they recorded 3 studio tracks with Brent Muscat of Faster Pussycat and Dave Moreno formerly of Earshot. The EP titled Old Wine, New Bottle which included the 3 LA songs as well as 3 live tracks was released in January of 2004. After the making of Old Wine, New Bottle The Nasty added guitarist Dave Jade and Wurm after original guitarist Mick Nasty decided to leave for personal reasons. In September of 2005 The Nastys released their 3rd EP Good Time Gone Bad. Singer Chad Cherry and drummer Danny Smash went on to join national recording artist The Last Vegas. Good Time Gone Bad is high energy rock and roll at it's best. It's dirty and naughty enough for teenage boys in heat as well as melodic and sexual enough for curfew violating girls from the suburbs. There's no pretenses here, no political agenda, no whining and crying, it's just straight up rock and roll, 'Nastys Style'.