Excerpted from the book "Louder Than Hell: But as the scene gained popularity and a major label feeding frenzy began, many musicians tailored their songs for mainstream radio, retaining some of their heaviness but drawing more emphasis to melody and heart-on-sleeve sensitivity — and sexuality. With the dissipation of New Wave, MTV latched on to the visually striking glam metal videos — many of which were for syrupy power ballads. Their videos almost always featured young women in provocative poses, multiple costume changes, and musicians in heavy makeup looking almost as feminine as the girls they stalked. Even before the dawn of the eighties, a handful of outrageous L.
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Lyrical themes often deal with love and lust, with songs often directed at a particular woman. These include, beside glam metal: Their visual style influenced the look of many s-era glam metal groups. In the early s, bands from across the United States began to move towards what would become the glam metal sound. Quiet Riot 's Metal Health was the first glam metal album, and arguably the first heavy metal album, to reach number one in the Billboard charts.
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Top 10 Live Music Venues in L. The Complete List L. From the sparkly glam rock of the Sunset Strip to the grimy punk of dim clubs scattered throughout the city, we tend to host some of the biggest national acts on local stages first. When it comes to our important historic local clubs, some have shuttered, but these ten venues are still vibrant. The Echo Entering the double doors of this Echo Park staple, you're likely to see bigger local or touring bands making one of their first stops in L.
Guns — and Hair Nation Rejoices Continue Reading Although this act summoned an an ocean of lighters to illuminate arenas everywhere with ballads like "Heaven" and "Sometimes She Cries," Warrant's late frontman Jani Lane still wrote songs like "Uncle Tom's Cabin" that were more serious than your average glam tune. And it would be remiss not to mention the strip club staple "Cherry Pie," even though it is a song much loathed by the band as a last minute recording on the album to snag a hit single. Poison With songs like "Unskinny Bop," Poison's songwriting wasn't always in front of the makeup and hairspray, but the band nonetheless earned fame well beyond the Sunset Strip with a simplistic, sexed up pop metal sound.