BAD DECISIONS - 2012
TLV's follow-up to Whatever Gets You Off, Bad Decisions was recorded in Chicago and produced by Johnny K (Megadeth, Disturbed, 3 Doors Down, Airbourne) & The Last Vegas. 12 songs: rockers, ballads, stoner grooves, super-fuzz. This ain't no 80s hair-metal. | FrostByte Media / E1 Entertainment
WHATEVER GETS YOU OFF - 2009
iTUNES' ROCK SINGLE OF THE YEAR "I'M BAD"
iTUNES' TOP 15 ALBUMS OF THE YEAR
The big-budget, Nikki Sixx produced major-label debut of TLV. Within a month, we got signed to Eleven Seven Records, Motley Crue took us on tour for 2 months playing USA & Canada, and we headed west to LA. Before leaving we hung out in LA and recorded Whatever Gets You Off with hard rock producer heavyweights, Nikki Sixx, Marti Frederickson, and DJ Ashba.
THE LAST VEGAS - 2008
Released via Cargo Germany. Recorded at Raxx Traxx in Chiago, IL in 2 weeks in the middle of a Chicago January and we all loved this album. Half of the songs were re-mixed by Marti Frederickson and appeared on 2009's Whatever Gets You Off. The rest of the album you can get on iTunes but all hardcopies are gone.
HIGH CLASS TRASH E.P. - 2007
Did this really happen? Recorded at Lasalle & Erie in downtown Chicago, pure analog tape recording & mix at a bad-ass legendary studio. Featuring the smash hit "Hot Leather" with a video pretty jacked lo-fi-cool.
SEAL THE DEAL - 2006
Released with Get Hip Records in North America & Europe, this album is the first to feature Chad Cherry. Rough & raw and this album took us to Europe for a 2-month headlining gig through 14 countries and got our Yankee feet wet. A lot of people's favorite album go figure. Recorded with Chicago doommaster, Sanford Parker at Volume Studios before he hit the big time.
S & M / YOU WANNA KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 2005
Split 7inch released with Italy's punk outlet, Scarey Records. A "Chicago" split; side A The Last Vegas and side B fellow metalheads Bible of the Devil.
LICK 'EM & LEAVE 'EM - 2005
Featuring original TLV recording line-up bass player, "Tanner". This album was recorded cause we won 3 hours of free studio time. We went 6 hours, then gave the demo to Gregg from The Cynics / Get Hip Records. He offered to put it out as a full-length and offered TLV thier first record deal with Get Hip Records, a kick ass label out of Pittsburgh.