So Crazy Nights failed to break the UK top 50. Record label MCA had dropped the other two acts they had bought up from Neat Records (White Spirit and Fist), but they were determined to make megabucks out of the Tygers of Pan Tang and the band, like so many of the peers, were willing to do whatever the record label thought best. What the label thought was best was a cover song as a single.
Love Potion No. 9 (originally written by Leiber & Stoller (biog at allmusic.com)) despite only just running over the two minute mark became a decent hit for the Tygers and, arguably, their most famous song (though it only reached #45 in the UK singles chart, it was still three places higher than Hellbound). The record company even financed a music video:
Love Potion... was backed with Stormlands, which has since been added to CD re-issues of Crazy Nights. Love Potion would be included on the Tygers' 4th album The Cage, as would Danger in Paradise (written for them by John Parr…