The Standells. Song information for Riot on Sunset Strip - The Standells on AllMusic Lyrics to "Riot on Sunset Strip" on Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Riot On Sunset Strip at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. The 14-story Andaz West Hollywood has 239 rooms, including 20 suites and a restaurant called RH. Check out Riot On Sunset Strip by The Standells on Amazon Music. Gangsters, nightclubs and rock ‘n’ roll make up much of the Sunset Strip’s colorful history -- along with a little-remembered tussle in 1966 that became known as “the Sunset Strip riots.” Riot on Sunset Strip, a Various Artists Album. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on

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Riot On Sunset Strip This song is by The Standells and appears on the album Try It (1967) and on the compilation Where the Action Is! Riot On Sunset Strip Lyrics The Standells I'm going down to the strip tonight I'm not on a stay home trip tonight Long hair seems to be the main attraction But the heat is causin' all the action Bright lights everywhere Pretty girls with long blond hair But somehow the people they don't care. In 1976 the hotel became the Hyatt on Sunset.In February 1997, the hotel was renamed the Hyatt West Hollywood.The hotel was renovated in 2008 and reopened on January 8, 2009 as the Andaz West Hollywood, the second Andaz hotel in the new brand by Hyatt Hotels and Resorts. The Standells are a garage rock band from Los Angeles, California, USA, formed in the 1960s, who have been referred to as the "Godfathers of Punk Rock",[1] and are best known for their 1966 hit "Dirty Water", now … DT 5065; Vinyl LP).

Released 8 February 1967 on Tower (catalog no.

But there were other, lesser known, songs, like the Standells’ ridiculous Riot On Sunset Strip, the hilariously sincere S.O.S.

Los Angeles Nuggets, 1965-1968 (2009). Genres: Garage Rock.

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"Try It," their theme song for Riot on Sunset Strip, and "Mainline" riff on the raunchy, sullen image that their hit created, while "Have You Ever Spent the Night in Jail" is still subversively funny.