Although Bang Tango was frequently lumped along with the complete ’80s glam metallic motion (perhaps because of their pretty-boy looks and the actual fact they hailed from LA, CA), the hard-rockin’ quintet was mostly of the L.A. glam groupings to include funk into its sound — around once as the Crimson Scorching Chili Peppers and Beliefs No More managed to get acceptable to take action. Their lineup contains Joe Lesté (vocals), Kyle Stevens (electric guitar), Tag Knight (electric guitar), Kyle Kyle (bass), and Tigg Ketler (drums), and obtained the eye of Auto mechanic/MCA soon after the quintet released the in-concert documenting Live Injection in 1987. Their major-label debut, Psycho Cafe, was released in 1989, and despite MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball plan giving some surroundings time and energy to their one/video “Somebody AS IF YOU,” the recording didn’t break the music group into the big style. The group continuing to concern albums through the early area of the ’90s — 1991’s Dancin’ on Coals, 1992’s Ain’t No Jive…Live!, and 1994’s Like After Loss of life — but with the introduction from the Seattle motion, rings like Bang Tango became moveé with a lot of the metallic community. The music group broke up soon thereafter, with bassist Kyle becoming a member of previous Faster Pussycat frontman Taime Downe’s commercial task, the Newlydeads, while Lesté do some time like a stand-in for L.A. Weapons (Ketler and Knight also resurfaced within the group the Worry Beads). In 1998, Kyle and Lesté resurrected the Bang Tango name for the 1998 launch Live (within the Cleopatra label). A best-of compilation, Greatest Methods, noticed the light of day time in 1999, as do United and Live exactly the same yr. In 2001, Lesté created a far more modern-sounding alt-metal clothing, Beautiful Animals, issuing a self-titled debut exactly the same yr on Warner Bros., and toured within Ozzfest. Tag Knight also produced a new music group, Gravy.
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