Top Kim Fowley Albums
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The Retrospective
The Retrospective
[2017]
Technicolor Grease: Lost Treasures from the Vaults 1959-1969, Vol. 4
Technicolor Grease: Lost Treasures from the Vaults 1959-1969, Vol. 4
[2014]
Frankenstein and the All-Star Monster Band
Frankenstein and the All-Star Monster Band
[2013]
King of the Creeps: Lost Treasures from the Vaults 1959-1969, Vol. 3
King of the Creeps: Lost Treasures from the Vaults 1959-1969, Vol. 3
[2012]
Death City
Death City
[2012]
Now
Now
[2012]
666
666
[2012]
Lipstick Lesbians
Lipstick Lesbians
[2011]
The Trip of a Lifetime
The Trip of a Lifetime
[2010]
One Man's Garbage
One Man's Garbage
[2009]
Born to Be Wild
Born to Be Wild
[2007]
Animal God of the Streets
Animal God of the Streets
[2006]
Adventures In Dreamland
Adventures In Dreamland
[2004]
Living In the Streets
Living In the Streets
[2003]
Let the Madness In
Let the Madness In
[1995]
Sunset Boulevard
Sunset Boulevard
[1978]
International Heroes
International Heroes
[1973]
Good Clean Fun
Good Clean Fun
[1968]
Outrageous
Outrageous
[1968]
Related Information for Kim Fowley
Kim Fowley (born 27 July 1939) is a male American record producer, impresario, songwriter and sometime recording artist. The son of Hollywood character actor Douglas Fowley ( Singin' In The Rain ), Kim's scattergun career in the music industry has been as varied and eccentric as it has been long. He has generally remained on the fringes of the mainstream industry, free to immerse himself in obscure and offbeat projects while occasionally stumbling on (and then happily milking) commercial success. Of all his ventures, he is perhaps best known for being behind a string of novelty and/or cult rock 45s during the 1960s and for conceiving and managing girl punk group The Runaways in the 1970s.During the 1960s in Los Angeles, Fow... read more