BiographyThis combo makes slick, frothy Pop Metal of the spandex, big hair and eyeliner variety. They came up through the same Sunset Strip clubs like so many of their peers, slogging it out for a number of years before scoring a deal in the late '80s. They had a hit with their major label debut, but it came at the tail end of the hair-metal ascendancy. By the time their second record came out, Kurt The Giant Killer had leveled the playing field and the brand of Pop Metal that Vixen -- and a whole lot of other bands -- were playing was yesterday's news.
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