Bad To Worse - The Real Kids / The Taxi Boys - Girls! Girls! Girls! (Vinyl, LP)

The Real Kids: J. The Real Kids were one of Boston's earliest new wave bands; their debut album is full of dynamite tracks that take the trashier aspect of the Rolling Stones and couple it with the high-power guitar approach of the Ramones. Frontman and onetime Modern Lover John Felice not only provides tough guitar and distinctive lead vocals, he has a knack for writing clear, infectious melodies.

The production of the records might be crude, but Felice is in fine form on both. The Bomp! Harder yet still pop-oriented, with stellar production by Andy Paley, the record is strengthened by consistently good material and plenty of rock'n'roll spirit. Ex-Real Kids Alpo Paulino bass and Billy Borgioli guitar lead the Primitive Souls, whose inch — two originals by each — follows the righteous path of bar-band pop'n'roll with tuneful flair and serious skill.

For the record, Paulino has the better singing voice and slightly catchier songs. These emotional adrenaline junkies can't bear an even keeled ride.

He's a really great guy with a good heart. Or, better said - he looks really good, and he's a charmer. The excuse: "He's a really great guy underneath that bad boy exterior. He just hasn't met anyone like me. Until he decides to make a real change for himself, he is unrescuable from the life of a bad boy. They associate love with hurt. This is my least favorite reason, and perhaps the most common of them all. It could be a parent, sibling, friend, or even a past hurtful relationship that breeds this association.

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Download Bored Panda app! What do you think? Andrew Werling Andrew Werling. Flying Toaster Flying Toaster. Jerome Douvendahns Jerome Douvendahns. They hang up. She turns on the TV and watches one of her usual shows, and throws on a microwave dinner while she does. She eats it. After her show's over and her dinner's finished, she does that work she meant to do, then hops in the shower. Blow dries her hair when she's done. Puts on her pajamas, sets the alarm for AM, goes to bed.

They're all harmless, boring nice guys with nothing exciting or exotic or stimulating about them. They can't teach her anything new, and they aren't introducing her to anything approximating adventure.

Now imagine our average gal living an average life happens to meet a man of adventure. A man of mystery and intrigue. A bad boy, if you will. A guy like Sam Flynn. Maybe she meets him one night at a local bar. Or maybe she meets him out on the street one day. Or while buying groceries. The point is, she meets him. And something is different about him.

Perhaps he has an accent from some exotic land, or perhaps he simply carries himself a little taller and a little prouder and he talks a little differently, with more colorful, expressive language and a clear, impressive voice. Or she notices his casual demeanor and somewhat bored look and general indifference to the things everyone else around her is caught up in and treating with such great importance.

Whatever it is she sees in him, there's a fire in his eye that the ordinary men living ordinary lives she meets just don't have. Instantly, she's intrigued. And she isn't intrigued a little bit more than if she met an ordinary guy. She's a lot more intrigued. Orders of magnitude more. Because ordinary guys don't make her feel anything. But this guy makes her feel excited.

Hopeful, perhaps. Hopeful that he is everything she imagines he could be. Remember that excitement and hopefulness girls feel when they meet a guy who seems different, because we'll come back to it in a moment. For now, I want to continue fleshing out why exactly women like bad boys. There is probably a limitless number of reasons why women prefer bad boys to nice guys.

Let's go over the main ones here:. I guess you could sum it up by saying it's a combination of the newness and unexpectedness of the bad boy with the comfort and ease he puts women in. He's exciting and refreshingly different, and at the same time he isn't heaping women with his expectations of them and getting upset if they don't meet them. Women can both find something new and just be themselves around him — and that's quite a rare thing for women to find in a man.

Girls don't like nice guys. Girls do like bad boys. That means you ought to go turn yourself into a complete jerk, right? No, that's not what that means. One of the tragic downfalls of human logic is the tendency to default to black-and-white thinking.

But the truth is, if you want real success with women, you need to go one better than jerk ; you need to be a guy who's both cool and charming. Your choices aren't actually only between sweet, harmless nice guy and cold, manipulative jerk.

Look at the movie examples of bad boys we talked about early in this thread. James Bond. Sam Flynn. They're all cool, unconcerned with the stuff regular folks fret about, confident, cracking jokes in the face of danger No, they have hearts — and women can sense that.

You want women to be able to sense you have a heart, but that you don't open it up so easy. That's one of the real secrets of how to be a bad boy. Recall earlier that we discussed the mixture of excitement and hopefulness a woman feels when she first meets a guy who seems like a bit of a bad boy. There's a very good reason why women feel both excitement and hopefulness when they meet a new guy they think they might like: it's because he seems like he might be what they're looking for, but they don't know for sure yet whether he is or isn't.

It's all too often a girl meets a guy, thinks he has mountains of potential, then realizes as she gets to know him a bit that he doesn't quite meet the expectations she had for him at first meeting. This realization will help you to understand the two areas you need to focus on as you seek to be the kind of man women find most compelling.

The sweetest girl goes for that terrible worthless bad boy - AGAIN! She has so much to offer, the perfect catch, yet she chooses a boy (we can't even bear to call him a man) a handful of notches below her level. We cringe when we see our girlfriends, sisters, and daughters make the same mistake of picking up bad boys over, and over again.

9 Replies to “Bad To Worse - The Real Kids / The Taxi Boys - Girls! Girls! Girls! (Vinyl, LP)”

  1. – The Real Kids: She: A2 – The Real Kids: Now You Know: A3 – The Real Kids: Up Is Up: A4 – The Real Kids: She Comes Alive: A5 – The Real Kids: Who Needs Ya: B1 – The Taxi Boys: Whats It To You: B2 – The Taxi Boys: Bad To Worse: B3 – The Taxi Boys: What She Don't Know: B4 – The Taxi Boys: Everybody's Girl: B5 – The Taxi Boys /5(9).
  2. REAL KIDS/TAXI BOYS Girls! Girls! Girls! lp Real Kids side: She / Now You Know / Up Is Up / She Comes Alive / Who Needs Ya // Taxi Boys side: Whats it to You / Bad to worse / What she don't know / Everybody's Girl / Happens all the time / She. The Real Kids: J. Felice: guitar, lead vocals / Billy Borgioli: guitar / Alan "Alpo" Paulino: bass / Howard Ferguson: MIDNIGHT RAMBLER.
  3. Spin “All Kindsa Girls,” “She’s Alright” or “My Baby’s Book” for proof. Poor sales of the Real Kids’ first LP led Felice to become a Ramones roadie, but he subsequently returned to Boston and formed the Taxi Boys, whose two EPs carry on the Real Kids tradition with high-energy ’60s garage-band rock.
  4. Jan 27,  · Taxi Boys (November 10 Demo) The Kids demos and Real Kids demos LP and Live LP and CD have arrived! Real Kids - Bad To Worse (Spring '77 demo) - Duration.
  5. Jan 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Live At The Rat! January 22 on Discogs.
  6. The Real Kids ‎– Live At The Rat! January 22 Label: Crypt Records ‎– CRYPT Format: Vinyl, LP, Gatefold Country: Germany Released: Mar Genre: Rock Style: Punk Tracklist A1 Better Be Good A2 She’s Alright A3 All Kindsa Girls A4 Just Like Darts A5 Rave On B1 Do The Boob B2 My Baby’s Book B3 Bad To Worse B4 Reggae Reggae B5 Taxi Boys.
  7. THE REAL KIDS Spring 9. Taxi Boys She’s Alright Bad To Worse Rawhide THE REAL KIDS Live At The Rat! January 22 Better Be Good She’s Alright All Kindsa Girls Just Like Darts Rave On Do The Boob My Baby’s Book Bad To Worse Reggae Reggae Taxi Boys.
  8. Jan 19,  · What is that crave that pushes good girls to chase bad boys. Let’s find out in the post below why do girls like bad boys. 11 reasons why do girls like bad boys #1. Bad Boys are instinctive and Real. The difference between good boys and bad boys is that they are too nice. On the other hand bad boys are instinctive and they keep it real.
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