Pete Way was the original bass guitarist and founder
member of British hard rockers UFO. In 1982, after making 10 studio LPs with
UFO since their 1969 start, Pete left initially to play bass on Ozzy Osbourne’s
"Talk Of The Devil” tour as well as briefly forming Fastway with Motorhead’s
"Fast” Eddie Clarke. Both were short lived, as in 1983 he formed Waysted.
Featuring Fin Muir on lead vocals, Ronnie Kayfield on
lead guitar, former UFO and MSG member Paul Raymond on rhythm guitar, keyboards
and backing and Frank Noon on drums, their debut LP was originally issued on
UFO’s label Chrysalis Records.
Featuring Waysted classics ‘Love Loaded’, ‘Women in
Chains’ plus a cover of ‘Somebody to Love’.
The final album was mixed at the Townhouse studios,
but research in the Chrysalis archives revealed six songs which had been
previously mixed at Maison Rouge studios; ‘Love Loaded’, ‘Sleazy’, ‘Night Of
The Wolf’, ‘Right From The Start’, ‘All Belongs To You’ and ‘Somebody To Love’.
These unique versions appear on CD for the very first time.
The set features a brand new essay from Classic Rock
and Metal Hammer’s Malcolm Dome commissioned for this set.
Release Date: 18/02/2013