Kim Fowley :: International Heroes

Waxed around the time he produced legendary recordings by the Modern Lovers, it’s no surprise International Heroes is one of the best albums from the ubiquitous Kim Fowley. Son of actor Douglas Fowley, Kim produced the novelty hit "Alley Oop" in 1960, released several commercially unsuccessful solo albums and produced/composed various oddities for other artists (including Kiss) before eventually unleashing the Runaways on the world. And that’s just skimming the surface. He even found time to write songs with Skip Battin, which . . .

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