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MÖTLEY CRÜE

MÖTLEY CRÜE

MÖTLEY CRÜE (1981–PRESENT). Vince Neil (1981–1992, 1997–present; lead vocals, replaced by John Corabai), Nikki Sixx (bass), Mick Mars (guitar), Tommy Lee (1981–99, 2004–present; drums, replaced by Randy Castillo, Samantha Maloney). Mötley Crüe are one of the most influential and popular metal bands of the eighties and nineties (if not in the history of American heavy metal), who also may be as well known for their off-the-road escapades with drugs, alcohol, flirtations with the law, Read more [...]
KIX

KIX

KIX (1981–95). Steve Whiteman (vocals), Donnie Purnell (bass), Ronnie “10/10” Younkins (guitar), Brian “Damage” Forsythe (guitar), Jimmy Chalfant (drums). Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Kix’s music combined a catchy AC/DC-influenced and somewhat Stonesy-sounding brand of rock with hooks, and a great live stage show. Releasing a string of great albums in the mid- to late eighties, they nonetheless were unable to get the recognition they deserved, though they left us with a number Read more [...]
Accept

ACCEPT

ACCEPT (1979–97). Udo Dirkschneider (vocals), Wolf Hoffmann (guitars), Jorge Fisher (guitars), Peter Baltes (bass), Stefan Kaufman (drums). Formed in Solingen, Germany, in the early seventies, Accept were the first German metal band after the Scorpions to make a dent in the American and European markets. Featuring the caterwauling vocalist Udo Dirkschneider and the dual-guitar (often harmonizing) assault of guitarists Wolf Hoffmann and Jorge Fisher (on matching Flying V guitars!), as well as bassist Read more [...]