"Hall of Fame
1. Motley Crue
2. ZZ Top
3. Bad Company
5. Fleetwood Mac
7. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
8. The Cars
1. David Bowie
3. Glenn Frey "
"Ahhh...the first album in which they decided to use the "Nasty Habits" (the female background singers). This helped keep them popular with the radio and MTV, but it didn't do much for their credibility. Nonetheless, it added a poppy…"
"Visually they went glam with this album, and musically they introduced the acoustic guitar and piano to the MTV era of "hair bands." The production on this album is weak, but the songs are pretty decent. I think it's odd that they…"
"I was 9 years old when I bought this for $4 from a neighbor who was crying that this music was from the devil. I looked at the cassette cover and new that for $4 I had to check this out (it looked so different from the 2 cassettes I had in my…"
"I didn't discover this album until after their 2nd album was out (I was born in 1974, so I was a little young). You can hear (as with most debut albums) the youthfulness, excitement, and ruthlessness in the music on this album. It paved the way…"
"It's a small world!!! I loved the Salt Palace. I remember seeing KISS there on the Asylum tour when they blew the power out, and the show ended early. My group went back across the street to the Marriott where we were staying. The elevator door…"