The Dogs D'Amour had struggled for several years before finally landing their big break with their second album, 1988?s In The Dynamite Jet Saloon. Following the eight-track acoustic EP A Graveyard of Empty Bottles, the band returned to the studio to commence work on their third full-length album, Errol Flynn. Their second highest charting release, Errol Flynn (re-titled King of the Thieves in the United States) continued to mix alcohol-fuelled blues with songs of heartbreak, foreshadowing the subsequent success of fellow English rockers The Quireboys. Frontman Tyla's dry humour and self-reflective wit are evident from the opening track, appropriately titled Drunk Like Me, in which he admits how dumbfounded he is that anyone could love someone in his state; "I don't seem to have much luck with the girls these days. I think they find it hard to get acostumed to my ways."
01 Drunk Like Me 02 Goddess From The Gutter 03 Hurricane 04 Satellite Kid 05 Errol Flynn 06 Planetary Pied Piper 07 Princess Valium 08 Dogs Hair 09 Trail Of Tears 10 Ballad Of Jack 11 The Prettiest Girl In The World 12 The Girl Behind The Glass