You Give Love a Bad Name
You Give Love a Bad Name" is the third studio album by the American punk rock musician GG Allin, and is jointly credited to Allin and a one-time studio band named the Holy Men. The Holy Men featured such New York City heavies as Gerard Cosloy (Conflict fanzine, Matador Records) and Mike Edison (Raunch Hands, Sharkey's Machine) and originally released on Homestead Records in 1987. Featuring some of GG's best work like "Scars on My Body, Scabs on My Dick" and a cover of Charles Manson's "Garbage Dump." This CD reissue contains six bonus tracks.