This Californian hard rock quartet was formed in 1986 by Tag Hawkins (vocals, guitar, synthesizer), Timmy James Reilly (vocals, guitar), E.L. Curcio (bass) and Jerry Give (drums). They debuted with ‘Make it Or Break It’ for the Pure Metallic compilation. This resulted in maker/guitarist Paul Sabu acquiring an interest within the music group. He created Shattered Hearts and co-wrote three amounts on the recording. This collection adopted a direction much like Y&T, Kiss and Vehicle Halen but presented extensive usage of keyboards, which added a solid melodic undercurrent towards the tracks. Shifting to Kiss bass participant Gene Simmons’ self-titled label, a subsidiary of RCA Information, Don’t Contact Me There materialized in 1990. This constructed on the solid foundations of the debut and was immaculately created, but blatantly geared for Stateside Radio play lists.