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Saigon Kick

Hard rockers Saigon Kick shaped in Miami in 1988 having a lineup including Matt Kramer, Jason Bieler, Tom DeFile and Phil Varone. The music group played around the spot, and authorized with Third Rock/Atlantic in 1990. Saigon Kick’s self-titled debut LP do okay, however the pursuing year’s recording, The Lizard, …

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Van Halen

Making use of their 1978 eponymous debut, Van Halen simultaneously rewrote the guidelines of rock and roll guitar and hard rock and roll generally. Guitarist Eddie Vehicle Halen redefined the actual guitar could perform, creating a blindingly fast technique with a number of self-taught two-handed tapping, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and results …

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Waysted

Waysted was a short-lived and rather obscure Uk rock outfit from your mid-’80s. Led by previous UFO bassist Pete Method (therefore the spelling from the group’s name), the band’s initial lineup contains another UFO alumni, guitarist/keyboardist Paul Raymond, furthermore to guitarist Ronnie Kayfield, drummer Frank Noon, along with a chap …

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White Lion

Of all glam/pop-metal rings that crawled from hair salons coastline to coast through the mid- to past due ’80s, one of the most talented acts was New York’s White Lion, led by singer Mike Tramp (originally from Denmark) and guitarist Vito Bratta. The group originally created in 1983 and despite …

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Obús

Spanish rock foursome Obus was shaped in Madrid in 1980 by guitarist Francisco Laguna and bassist Juan Luis Serrano, who have been soon joined up with by drummer Manolo Cano (who was simply later changed by Fernando Sanchez). After Fortu Sanchez became the band’s leading vocalist, Obus registered to local …

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Whitesnake

After documenting two solo albums, former Deep Crimson vocalist David Coverdale formed Whitesnake around 1977. Within the glut of hard rock and roll and rock bands from the past due ’70s, their 1st albums got relatively lost within the shuffle, although these were pretty popular in European countries and Japan. …

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Robert John “Mutt” Lange

The quintessential arena rock producer, Robert John “Mutt” Lange rose to fame on the effectiveness of the blockbuster albums he recorded for Def Leppard, AC/DC, and Foreigner. His profession started in 1976, when he created Graham Parker’s HEAT THERAPY along with the self-titled debut from Town Boy, the very first …

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Dee Snider

Following the 1987 dissolution of Long Island pop-metal hitmakers Twisted Sister, frontman Dee Snider embarked on some solo and group projects that kept him busy with the ’90s. Snider initial formed a fresh band known as Desperado with guitarist Bernie Torme, bassist Marc Russell, and drummer Clive Burr. The group …

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David Lee Roth

Within the eyes of countless hard rock and roll fans, David Lee Roth may be the prototypical frontman. Having a flamboyant, larger-than-life stage existence along with a party-hardy surfer-dude persona (not forgetting his acrobatic leaps, very long mane of blond locks, and skintight spandex clothes), Roth was a fundamental element …

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Virginia Wolf

Despite their obvious insufficient commercial success, British AOR export Virginia Wolf certainly appeared to be living the high life if they produced their lunge for the brass band, armed with a major-label deal, pristine sounds and appears, and, ok last one, only probably the most desired heir apparent to rock …

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