Life sucks, and so does disco. From Manhattan to L.A. in the 1970s, private detective Ford Fairlane, works the music business. Studio 54 uptown or the Mudd Club downtown, something always knocks him on his butt. It's never pretty, but pretty isn't the right word for the Punk Rock babes in the two original rock noir novellas that inspired the cult movie The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, released by 20th Century Fox in 1990 starring Andrew Dice Clay.

Shirley in a red-white-and-blue Mohawk is the personification of Downtown New York Punk. Any babe this hot has got to be naughty. Under Ford's protection, now she's disappeared. Her record company is pissed and she thinks they sent Ford to ruin her life—but unless Ford finds her, her life is over.

Wanda and the Whips are L.A.'s hottest band. Wanda is beyond hot but Ford finds that babysitting Wanda is like the worst blind date ever. Losing her to a psycho stalker, Ford races against time from the Starwood in Hollywood to the Cuckoo's Nest in Costa Mesa, as things get hot and heavy, but that's why he's known as the Rock n' Roll Detective!

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