Lyle Sheraton And The Daylight Lovers- S/T LP. Straight out of the garage and into the rowdiest frat party in the free world come Detroit's Lyle Sheraton & the Daylight Lovers. Taking the catchy power of the Devil Dogs and spicing it up with the soulful fuzz of the Oblivians, this irresistible album plays like the soundtrack to a lost B movie classic. Lyle Sheraton's thoughtful twists on everyday lyrics and heartfelt, off-the-cuff vocals give an earnest feel to the songs, greatly assisted by some crunchy guitar production from none other than Jack Oblivian who produced the album. Fifteen adrenaline-fueled Rock ‘n Roll songs (plus one slower, Motown-style gem, entitled "Now You're Lonely") grace this debut, mostly dealing with the single-man's world. This is an uplifting album from an uncompromisingly fun band that includes backup vocals by Mick Collins of the Gories and Joe Burdick of the Dirtys. Recorded by Jim Diamond in Detroit. Recommended.