Two months ago mutantsounds offered us the second LP by Marnie Webber so, as requested there, I offer him (and you) the first LP by the Party Boys.
It was released on the legendary Independent Project Records label in 2000 numbered copies and letterpress artwork (as usual by Bruce Licher). On the insert we read "All songs written and published by Party Boys © 1967" but this album sounds like was released out of time.
After two albums Party Boys disbanded and Marnie followed solo career.
On www.marnieweber.com you will find everything you need about her and on cdbaby.com you can take a look, hear samples and buy the 2CD collection "The Party Boys: The Ultimate Collection, 1979-1987".
"The Party Boys come from the deserted inner section of Los Angeles, a district of grumbling derelicts and crumbling warehouses where only aliens and artists dare to tread. By day their world thunders with trucks, crates and trains as loading orders are barked in Spanish. . . Come 6 p.m. downtown Los Angeles turns into Mars. Nobody speaks any language because there's nobody there. The whole city becomes a giant echo chamber. It's then that the Party Boys come out to play. In lofts, galleries, old warehouses, and bars the Party Boys, a six member coed crew, play relentless beats . . . You could even dance to them if you were desperate." Andrea Enthal, SPIN MAGAZINE 1986