After being scouted by Roy Williams at one of their very earliest London gigs, the LOST SOULS were signed and eventually deported to Madhouse Studios along with producer Mickey Mutant to record their debut album for Nervous Records. Chasin' a Dream saw the light of day in spring 1990 and became an instant classic. The Midland-based trio created a no-nonsense Psychobilly sound with some furious and ever-present slappin' bass, crazy rockin' guitar, a general wild stompin' beat and catchy originals. The album was re-released on the German Crazy Love label. My favourite songs are Chasin' A Dream, Prisoner Of Love, Dancing With Myself, that includes some decent reference to Billy Idol, Dead Stay Dead, Surf Bitch and the band theme Lost Souls, that was also out on a Fury Records compilation.