The first ever DVD to feature one of the biggest names from the second wave of British Heavy Metal - Mama's Boys.
The trio hailed from Northern Ireland and was comprised of Pat McManus (guitar, vocals), John McManus (bass), and Tommy McManus (drums). The band issued several albums during the early to mid-'80s, including such titles as 1982's "Plug It In", 1983's "Turn It Up", 1984's self-titled release, 1985's "Power and Passion", and 1987's "Growing Up The Hard Way".
Merging traditional Irish influences with blues and heavy rock, they quickly developed a unique style that echoed the great Thin Lizzy. Their first two albums contained high-energy boogie and driving blues, but from "Turn It Up" onwards, they began to show a greater awareness of melody and veered towards AOR.
The band enjoyed success throughout Europe and even gained heavy rotation on U.S. MTV with a cover of Slade's Mama Weer All Crazee Now. This DVD features the band at the height of the success with a show from London during a UK tour in the mid-1980's and includes the aforementioned infamous Slade cover a massive favourite with the fans.
TRACKS FEATURED: 1. GENTLEMAN ROGUES 2. DON'T TELL MAMA 3. HARD N LOUD 4. NEEDLE IN THE GROOVE 5. WITHOUT YOU 6. FEEL LIKE LETTING GO 7. STRAIGHT FORWARD NO LOOKING BACK 8. MAMA WEER ALL CRAZEE NOW 9. THE LAST CHANCE 10. RUNAWAY DREAMS