Judging from the name, it's pretty easy to guess that Sleeze Beez is another band from the land of glam, only this time they're not from the famous Sunset Strip site, but hailing from the exotic Holland. After letting go their former singer, Sleeze Beez was back in business with a new recruit, Andrew Elt, and released "Screwed, Blued, & Tattooed" in 1990 which was cheered by many glam fans as one of the strong and underrated release of the 90s. Sleeze Beez played a heavily-influenced Def Leppard hard rock style with an ecstatic combination of American party rock twist of Kiss and Motley Crue.
"Rock In The Western World" and "House Is On Fire" are two blazing opener with a sharp chord and bold vocal. The title track, "Screwed, Blued, & Tattooed", blows a whirling bluster of glorious glam anthem. "Stranger Than Paradise" is a perfect melodic piece that should have done better in the chart. "This Time" is a delightful vintage ballad with a sugary tones and heavenly chorus. "Damned If We Do, Damned If We Don't" borrows heavily from Def Leppard's "High And Dry" era. "When The Brains Go To The Balls" is a weird exhilirating title but surely an excellent slab of lightning hard rock. This is a pleasing and sparks-flying album with a superb vocal and lethal guitar sweeps. Highly recommended!