When Hanoi Rocks moved from Finland to London in the early eighties the streets were on fire with possibilities. Looking like an explosion in a paint factory and sounding like a devilish mash-up of the Rolling Stones jamming with the Sweet, it’s fair to say that they made a unique impression. Signed to CBS rec-ords and teamed up with renowned producer Bob Ezrin ‘Two Steps From The Move’ was cut in NYC, polished in Toronto and completed in London. It was hailed as a masterpiece, bringing together all the hopes and promises of a band perfectly poised to assume complete control of the scene. Loaded with an incred-ible selection of songs, ‘Two Steps From The Move’ found them focussing on as much mayhem as humanly possible with a penchant for cheeky lyrics and catchy melodies. Tracks such as ‘Don’t You Ever Leave Me’, ‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’, ‘Up Around The Bend’ and ‘Boiler (Me Boiler ‘N’ Me)’ defined their unique brand of swashbuckling bravado perfectly.