Johnny Thunders - So Alone
So Alone is a 1978 album by Johnny Thunders, then leader of The Heartbreakers and formerly lead guitarist for the New York Dolls.
After recording L.A.M.F. with the Heartbreakers, Thunders returned to the studio and recorded his first true solo album, So Alone. The album featured Heartbreakers Walter Lure and Billy Rath, as well as several well-known guest musicians, including Chrissie Hynde, Phil Lynott, Steve Marriott, Peter Perrett, Steve Jones and Paul Cook. The album contained a mix of originals, standards from Heartbreakers live shows, and covers, including the Chantays' surf classic "Pipeline," the Shangri-Las' "(Give Him a) Great Big Kiss," Otis Blackwell's "Daddy Rollin' Stone" (done as a duet with Lynott), and the New York Dolls' "Subway Train."
Trouser Press called the album "Thunders at his best." 
Great stuff here. I've been listening to "you can't put your arms around a memory" all week. My girlfriend is starting to get pissed off.
"So Alone" is not quite as good as L.A.M.F. but damn near close. Johnny Thunders did a lot of heroin, it's sad to see how bad he looked at the this point in his career. I would love to have another Johnny Thunders solo album as good as this one.
Exhibit A: his creepy, doped up lip-sync to "You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory"
Johnny Thunders - So Alone (1978) 1/17/2009