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Trixter

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Although formed in 1983 in Paramus, NJ, Trixter’s big break didn’t come until 1989, once the band decamped to Hollywood (the unofficial headquarters of hair metallic) to record for MCA Information. The following 12 months noticed Trixter touring the united states with Stryper and Don Dokken to get their self-titled debut, which received a substantial increase from MTV. Vocalist Peter Loran, guitarist Steve Dark brown, bassist P.J. Farley, and drummer Tag “Gus” Scott became regular faces around the music network, where in fact the video clips for “Provide It if you ask me Great,” “One in a Mil,” and “Surrender” all dropped into regular rotation. Trixter proceeded to go platinum in early 1991, having offered over 500,000 copies within the U.S., as well as the bandmates improved their recognition by becoming a member of the “Bloodstream, Perspiration, and Beers Tour” (which also presented Warrant and Firehouse) and adding to the soundtrack for If Looks Could Get rid of. The band’s heyday became short-lived, nevertheless. The follow-up recording Hear! didn’t maintain Trixter’s recognition, and an EP of cover tunes — 1994’s Undercovers — couldn’t contend with the newfound recognition of grunge music. Pursuing Scott’s departure, the music group split up in 1995.

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Full Name Trixter
Music Songs Give It to Me Good, One in a Million, Road of a Thousand Dreams, Rockin' to the Edge of the Night, Always a Victim, Line of Fire, Only Young Once, Rockin' Horse, Midnight in Your Eyes, Not Like All the Rest, Ride the Whip, Heart of Steel, Crash That Party, Beats Me Up, Soul of a Lovin' Man, Tattoos & Misery, You'll Never See Me Cryin', One Mo' Time, Human Era, Play Rough, As the Candle Burns, Good Times Now, Walk With a Stranger, Nobody's a Hero, Wild Is the Heart, Save Your Soul, Power of Love, The Coolest Thing, On and On, Every Second Counts, Surrender, Terrible Lie
Albums Human Era, New Audio Machine, Alive in Japan, Undercovers, Hear!, Trixter, Fb


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If Looks Could Kill 1991 performer: "ONE MO' TIME"

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Rock Fresh 2004 Documentary Himself
VH-1 Where Are They Now? 2000 TV Series documentary Themselves

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