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Sleaze/glam metal

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Necroraven, Apr 23, 2011.

  1. StephenSLR

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    I've always considered Sleaze and Glam as two different genres with Sleaze being more blues oriented but the two do crossover at times.

    Sleaze so far not mentioned:


















    As for Glam, you can't discount early Bon Jovi and Europe.











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  2. The Ozzman

    The Ozzman Melted by feels

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    Ratt - Lay It Down:


    Winger - Seventeen (or Mort's Anthem)
     
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    Now were just getting into shit. As someone who grew up on this stuff, I can honestly see no redeeming value in Bon Jovi, Warrant, or Europe.
    And now for the musical stylings of Mark Slaughter and Dana Strum, first with Vinnie Vincent:



    And then with Tim Kelly:



    Note: Technically, Robert Fleischman did the vocals on the VVI track, but it's Mark Slaughter in the video.
     
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    I also grew up on 'this stuff' and whether you like them or hate them they were a valid part of the scene.

    Without these bands many people would not have had their first exposure or 'gateway band' that lead them onto other Glam, Sleaze or Metal bands.

    For me the band that got me into wanting to play guitar was the Beatles, which I was introduced to via their cartoons on kids morning TV but the band that really carved my path was KISS. My first KISS album was Alive, I bought it soon after getting into them via their song I Was Made For Loving You which was a big hit on Aus. radio. Oddly enough Dynasty was probably the 3rd or 4th KISS album I bought.




    They also entered the Glam scene for a while.



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    I also grew up on the stuff and whether you like them or hate them they were a valid part of the scene.

    Without these bands many people would not have had their first exposure or 'gateway band' that lead them onto other Glam, Sleaze or Metal bands.

    For me the band that got me into wanting to play guitar was the Beatles but the band that really carved my path was KISS. My first KISS album was Alive which I bought after hearing the song I Was Made For Loving You which was a big hit in Aus.




    They also entered the Glam scene for a while.



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    JontRevolting FALSE ARREST! FALSE ARREST!

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    KISS were awesome back in the 70's,my eyes nearly popped out of my head when I first saw them as a kid.
     
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    The first decent band I played in was Dungeon. We were heavily inspired by Dokken particularly George Lynch.

    The early stuff was a glam style of power metal you may be able to hear a few influences.



    We also played Just Got Lucky live.

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    They inspired so many glam bands and many musos, Diamond Darrell had an Ace Frehley tattoo on his chest.

    [​IMG]

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    Raina Cineva de undeva.

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    Here is an extensive list of 80's bands/songs:


























    ...and some that are not from the 80's:


















    These ones are more intended as jokes:








    You're welcome. Now I'm going to go listen to something sad and broody...
     
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    A couple of glam songs from the 90's.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2zwBRa0YhA"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2zwBRa0YhA[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ur-pdd8EnOo"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ur-pdd8EnOo[/ame]

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    L.A. GUNS dude, till now w/ all the metals in my collection i still saddle L.A. Guns up in my ipod, new and old albums. Still updated
     
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    Warrant's Cherry Pie, Dog Eat Dog
    Poison's Flesh and Blood
     
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    ArneZ No rules in metal

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    If you like Crashdiet you MUST like Hardcore Superstar:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8Cuqo45r-M&feature=related"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8Cuqo45r-M&feature=related[/ame]

    Fucking killer band...underrated as fuck.
     
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