Bullet Boys

Marq Torien, Mick Sweda (2), Lonnie Vencent, Jimmy D'Anda

Also known as Bullet Boys, The, Bulletboys
Members of Bullet Boys: Jimmy D'Anda, Lonnie Vencent, Marq Torien, Mick Sweda (2)

Discography of Bullet Boys:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
2 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988
3 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
4 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
5 Hang On St. Christopher 3 Audio 1990 Warner Bros. Records
6 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991
7 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988-09-20 Warner Bros. Records
8 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
9 Smooth Up 3 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
10 Behind The Orange Curtain 12 Audio 2007 Crash Music
11 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991
12 Freak Show 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
13 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
14 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988
15 Za-Za 11 Audio 1993 Warner Bros. Records
16 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
17 Za-Za 11 Audio 1993 Warner Bros. Records
18 Acid Monkey 8 Audio 1995 Swordholio Records
19 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991
20 Sophie 10 Audio 2003 BulletBoys Records
21 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
22 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988
23 Smooth Up 2 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
24 Talk To Your Daughter 3 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
25 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991
26 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991 Warner Bros. Records
27 Bullet Boys 10 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
28 Freakshow 12 Audio 1991
29 Smooth Up 2 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
30 Za-Za 11 Audio 1993 Warner Bros. Records
31 Smooth Up 2 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records
32 Smooth Up 3 Audio 1988 Warner Bros. Records


Vocals - Marq Torien

Guitar - Mick Sweda (2)

Bass - Lonnie Vencent

Drums, Percussion - Jimmy D'Anda

The BulletBoys were formed in 1986 in Los Angeles, California, after Marq Torien, Mick Sweda and Lonnie Vencent left King Kobra. Session and touring drummer Marc Danzeisen rounded out the band. After months of rehearsing and playing local Los Angeles rock clubs Marc Danzeisen left the band to join Epic recording artists The Riverdogs. New rock drummer Jimmy D'Anda was recruited prior to the band signing their contract with Warner Brothers. The band’s first two albums (BulletBoys, released on September 16, 1988 by Warner Brother Records/WEA and Freakshow, released on March 12, 1991, by Warner Brothers Records/WEA) were well received and the band sold over 1 million copies worldwide. From their album Freakshow, the band was in heavy rotation on the cable music channel MTV with its music video for the song 'Hang on St. Christopher' which capitalized on the band's good looks in a black and white dreamy car wreck sequence with religious undertones.


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