Created in the D.C. region in 1987 by university buddies Ted Warren, Tom Heyman, Christopher Horner, and Keith Donnellan, Head to Blazes documented and released their self-titled debut, a revved-up rockabilly LP, in 1988 and quickly relocated north to Philadelphia. Many whiskey-soaked evenings playing in every kinds of locations in Philly and NEW YORK toughened in the music group substantially. Their 1991 follow-up, Like Lust and Problems (made by Ben Vaughn), was light years before their first launch. With nearly every hint of rockabilly in it, the music group simply got tougher and tougher, finally starting up with maker, vibe-man, and dad physique Eric “Roscoe” Ambel. Following that things became popular. The addition of Ted Pappadopoulos on bass solidified the lineup, and a cope with origins rock and roll label ESD resulted in 1994’s Anytime…Anywhere, their vintage. With Ambel once more in the producer’s seat, the music group adopted it up using the quieter GTB…And Other Offences, also successful. The recording was mainly cover music and was documented in one night time. The music group had created a pursuing in Germany and toured there thoroughly. Glitterhouse released the majority of their catalog there, aswell. In 1997 their last disc, READY for the Crash, premiered around the about-to-go-under ESD. It designated continuing improvement in audio and songwriting, but nonetheless didn’t best Anytime…Anywhere. GTB kept their “last clearance sale” in 1997. A posthumous discharge, Almost ten years (the title can be a tribute with their hero, Neil Youthful), mixed unreleased demos, live paths, and B-sides.