Album titles were: 1985 Bonded by Blood, 1987 Pleasures of the Flesh, 1989 Fabulous Disaster,
1990 Impact is Imminent, and 1992 Force of Habit.
This is one of the earliest thrash metal bands. Kirk Hammett was part of the very first
line-up although he left before any albums were recorded. Exodus made some good albums over the
years but failed to match the commercial bands. They are still around and in 1997 recorded a live album.
The current line-up is Paul Baloff, Rick Hunolt, Gary Holt, Jack Gibson, and Tom Hunting.
These are the album titles from left to right: 1987 Frehley's Comet, 1988 Second Sighting, 1989 Trouble Walkin'
Ace Frehley played in many small bands before joining Kiss in 1973.
In 1978 each member of Kiss did a solo album and Frehley's was the best and sold the most copies.
In 1982 Frehley was in an accident and was replaced by Vinnie Vincent. Some years later Frehley formed his
own band called Frehley's Comet.
These are the album titles from left to right: 1988 Hell-O, 1990 Scumdogs of the Universe, 1992 America Must be Destroyed, 1994 This Toilet Earth, 1995 Ragnarok, 1997 Carnival of Chaos
This is a heavy metal band from Virginia. They perform acts onstage while singing, each member wearing a different costume and up to 18 or more members at once participating, each with their own role. The members are also in a band called X-Cops.
The current members are Dave Brockie, Mike Derks, Peter Lee, Casey Orr, Danyell Stampe, Chuck Varga, and Brad Roberts.
These are the album titles from left to right: (not shown)1981 The Nightcomers, (not shown)1984 No Man's Land, (not shown)1989 The Sound of Souls, 1992 Hypnosis of Birds, 1996 Spirits Fly, 1997 Covenant
This is a heavy metal band from Scotland. Member Ed Dudley left the band and formed Hologram which soon after disbanded. The band went through lineup changes and even separated for a while and then reformed again.
The current line-up is John Mortimer, David Rosie, and Steve Cowen
These are the album titles from left to right: 1988 Nothing's Shocking, 1990 Ritual De Lo Habitual
Farrell started out in a band called Psi Com but it broke up due to religious beliefs. Farrell then went on to form
Jane's Addiction, named after a drug addicted prostitute who supported the band during their early years. The band was an instant success.
The lyrics talked about the dangers of the world like money, television, and especially the government. The albums were banned for a short time due to the graphic covers.
Despite this the band hit the charts and Ritual De Lo Habitual went gold. Despite their success the band was falling apart. They would fist fight on stage and they were living up to their name, due to the fact that
drugs were of high importance to the members. Eventually they broke up and Steve and Perry formed Porno For Pyros. That band failed and they reunited. They went on tour and sold out almost everywhere, some places within
a matter of minutes! Eventually they broke up again, and have side projects going on. The line-up was Eric Avery, Steve Perkins, David Navarro, and Perry Farrell
These are the album titles from left to right: 1982 Headhunter, (not shown)1984 Blitz, Dirty Dozen, Metal Rendez-Vous, (not shown)One Vice at a time, Hardware
This band formed in Switzerland in 1974. After four years they went from playing a sound like Genesis to more of a heavy sound like AC/DC. The songs were basic and had repeated choruses.
The band had many line-up changes over the years, the origional was Chris Von Rohr, Fernando Von Arb, Jurg Naegeli, Tommy Kiefer, and Freddy Steady.