Special bonus DVD included, featuring Crash Street Kids “Live at the Whiskey”, “Live: Halloween Nightmare at Alice Cooper’stown” and the documentary ‘The Making of the Supersonic Star Show
In 2006 a breath of fresh air came in and tongue kissed the music community. A band called Crash Street Kids, four glammed out troubadours with stars in their eyes and a flair for the under appreciated genre of rock AND roll, bestowed upon us the album and sentiment “Let’s Rock and Roll Tonite”. A conceptual record that was brave and innocent, and shamefully ignored by many who considered this non-screamo band from Phoenix irrelevant. Who is the KID? What is this so called “supersonic star show”, with songs about a fictitious rock star…what makes them think they can get away with such grandeur? But they could care less, they looked out at the throngs of fans and believed.
2007 saw the release of the follow up “Chemical Dogs”. Dubbed the Supersonic Star Show part two, it carried on the trail of it’s predecessor. But this time, the “Kid” explores the darker side of life. Chemical Dogs was an album about theft. Stealing love, fame, money, and finally reality. The album was a triumph, giving the band the success it deserved from the beginning. In the UK, BCFM Radio named it "Album of the Year", and in Los Angeles, CSK was crowned "Breakthrough Artist of the Year" at the Hollywood F.A.M.E. Awards. The album continues to receive critical acclaim worldwide.
Now, it’s time once again for a new Crash Street Kids record. A record that is stunning in it’s masterful blend of power, junkie sleeze, and glam rock theatrics. In Transatlantic Suicide, the third and final installment of the saga of “the Kid”, we learn more about the main character and his “past”, his secret, and the girl who changed everything. He is forced to choose between everything he believes in and life itself. And just when you think you know the fate of “the Kid”, suddenly he….well, you’ll just have to listen for yourself….