Diane Lane (playing this role when she was just 15) heads the Fabulous Stains, an all-female, no-talent punk band. Touring with a group named the Looters, the Stains reach phenomenal heights of hype before they even cut a single, becoming the target of the unscrupulous David Clennon, who,
as the band's agent, turns the act into a merchandiser's dream. The film is interesting in its portrayal of rock 'n' roll on the road, though it's unsuccessful as a whole. Adding a genuine feel to the music are Paul Cook and Steve Jones (as members of the Looters)--who should know a thing about
rock exploitation, being former members of the ultimate punk band, the Sex Pistols, who...