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May 11, 1986|PATRICK GOLDSTEIN

AND WAIT, THERE'S MORE: Fishbone is finishing up work on the group's first full-length album, due out this summer from CBS Records. But the real news is that the raucous band has just begun a lengthy U.S. road trip (which will also include some July dates in Toyko). Frankly, we fell in love with the group's slogan--they're calling it the 1986 "Bone in the U.S.A." tour. . . . Meanwhile, speaking of great tour titles: A trio of the state's finest cactus-rockers--Naked Prey, the Pontiac Brothers and Thin White Rope--return from a six-week road trip this week. The groups, all on Frontier Records, will be at the Club Lingerie on Saturday night, concluding what has become known as "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" tour. . . . Aussie sensations the Hoodoo Gurus will be in town the same night, opening for the Bangles at the Greek Theatre--and celebrating their recent signing to Elektra Records. The band hopes to have a record out by the end of the year. . . . And from our Dubious Achievements file: When Ted Nugent (rock's toastmaster of good taste) played Fort Worth the other night, he brought a teen-age girl out of the audience and helped her strip down to her boots and panties as his band performed Nugent's "Little Miss Dangerous." Several police were on hand, but allowed the topless performance to unfold without incident.

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