"Life's A Beach" (found unreleased Trikk Toyzz song; 1988)

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Status: Found

Date found: 23 Dec 2017

Found by: LMZN

"Life's a Beach" is an unreleased heavy/glam metal track from the obscure artist Trikk Toyzz. The track's primary claim to fame comes from the 1988 documentary Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years, directed by Penelope Spheeris.

At one part in the film, there is a stripper catwalk scene hosted by Bill Gazzarri at his club, and in the background, two otherwise unrecognized heavy metal songs play. Both were credited in the movie's credits, but were not released on the soundtrack. The first song, "Love Masheen", remains lost, but the second resurfaced in 2017 after a Reddit user, LMZN, contacted the Sunset Strip clubs that hosted the act, came in contact with Simon Steele, and received a recording of the track.



"Life's a Beach"