Only Want You for Your Body [Import]
Buffalo's third album "Only Want You for Your Body", the last with the classic line-up of Dave Tice (Count Bishops), John Baxter, Pete Wells (Rose Tattoo) and Jimmy Economou, was released in 1974. With six further Tice/Baxter classics, including "I'm a Skirt Lifter, Not a Shirt Raiser" and "Kings Cross Ladies", the album cemented Buffalo's reputation as Australia's premier hard rock band. The wildly tasteless cover design featured an obese, screaming, semi-naked woman shackled to a torture rack. On the back cover, the band reveled in their role as leering, lascivious Aussie yob rockers, with Tice wearing a devilish grin while clad in his black leather strides 'n' braces and brandishing a bullwhip. It was just a bit of harmless fun, yet outraged record store managers across the land refused to stock the record, some eventually placing it in a brown paper bag to hide the offending images. Aztec. 2005.
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