Pajama Slave Dancers- Surfin Sex Machine LP. What a nice little punk rock slice of Massachussets in early 80’s right here. Pajama Slave Dancers formed in 1983 by Steve Westfield (vocals and guitar) and Dave Montovani (vocals and guitar) influenced by the sound of Dead Kennedys and Black Flag, but those bands lyrics were just a little to serious for them. This LP showcases their zany punk-rock songwriting and shows they really don’t take themselves to seriously. From the completely demented vocals on songs like ‘Defreeze Walt Disney’ and ‘Scoutmasters From Hell’ to the classic ‘Train Wreck on Prom Night’ about the tragic tale of Davey and Bette, who decide to take a train to the prom in order to avoid auto accidents. The train, unfortunately, is hit by a plane, leaving Davey to wipe the blood from his carnation and lament, “I think she’d be alive today if only we had walked.” Perfect music for a twisted pajama party that will probably not end well. Import from Italy.