5 Most Rebellious 80s Glam Metal Anthems And Songs (Part #2)
It’s the next part rebellious glam metal songs, I hope that you liked previous tracks, 🙂
I tried to select some less-known songs, but it doesn’t mean that they’re worse than another glam metal tracks. Mostly, they were released in adverse by small labels. Of course, I ensure that all of songs below are worth to listen and watch its videos.
#1 Bonfire – Sword and Stone (1989)
This song was written by two KISS members – Paul Stanley and Bruce Kulick and originally recorded as a demo for KISS’ Crazy Nights album. Bonfire rerecorded it in 1989 during recordings for ‘Point Blank‘ album, but surprisingly it doesn’t contains this single.
#2 Kick Axe – On The Road To Rock (1984)
IMHO, video is very eye-catching despite the boring intro – it’s the clear exemplification of glam metal rebel, 😀
#3 Johnny Crash – Hey Kid (1990)
Maybe, it’s just my impression, but their music style is similar to AC/DC and also to sleaze rock bands, especially Faster Pussycat.
#4 Junkyard – Hollywood (1989)
This song also never gained on popularity, but it doesn’t mean that song is not worth highlighting, feel the heat!
#5 McQueen Street – Money (1989)
It’s quite possible that you’ve never heard about this band before, anyway they promoted 2 singles which received a moderate attention. I love it, ’cause they got all sleaze rock band features with loud aggressive sound at all.