Paul Diamond Blow rocks like no other with his sexy Marshall-driven brand of rocket-fueled hard rockin' glam/punk party rock. Born in Sweet City Seattle and raised on a steady diet of Kiss and Ramones, Paul Diamond Blow cut his musical teeth rocking in many a punk-rockin' band (RPA, Suffocated, Berserkers) and his searing style of guitar play soon became legend. In 1998 Blow went solo and released his solo CD "WANG DANG SWEET THUNDER OF ROCK" to rave reviews. "I didn't know what the hell I was doing," says Blow about his solo effort, "but I had a good time doing it, and as I was recording Wang Dang I felt as if I was possessed by the spirits of all the dead Ramones, as well as the spirit of Ace Frehley even though he isn't dead yet. But Ace was there, I swear it." Fueled by whiskey sours and inspired by the love of bimbos everywhere, Blow took his act on the road with his band Paul Diamond Blow & The Ace Diamond Bimbos.
The Ace Diamond Bimbos lasted one year but fell apart in 2001 in a murky haze of scandal and lawsuits. Paul Diamond Blow later resurrected himself as a solo acoustic performer singer/songwriter in the vein of "Johnny Thunders on acid with a touch of Axl Rose" and in 2005 formed his current punk/glam band the Space Cretins.
Luv Juice & Atomic Rock can be considered Paul Diamond Blow's "greatest hits" album of sorts, as it includes re-mastered cuts from Wang Dang Sweet Thunder of Rock! (Whiskey Sour, Deep Fever, Ace Diamond Bimbo, Favorite Girl, Angel), cuts recorded with his band the Ace Diamond Bimbos (Highschool Baby, Get Down Make Sweet Luv, Dedicate This Song), never-before-heard tracks recorded at Blow's private studio (Freak Show, Get it On, Neon Flight, Destination Starlight, Superfreak Highway), and also includes PDB's very "best of the best, most personal favorite and most all-time requested" acoustic songs (Diamond Girl, Sister, Call Me Crazy, Ace Diamond Bimbo, Backstage Party). As an even EXTRA special bonus, included also is Diamond Boogie -- the best, and ONLY disco roller-boogie song Paul Diamond Blow has ever recorded and released, and as Blow puts it, "Probably the best song I ever wrote."
And here it is all included in one master CD. The hard-rocking electric tunes, that's the Atomic Rock. The acoustic songs and the disco tune... that's the Luv Juice. Luv Juice & Atomic Rock: It's all about the good times... it's about the party... It's about the Luv... feel it.