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The only ones I can think of off the top of my head are PRECIOUS METAL (who did an excellent cover of "MR. BIG STUFF"), PHANTOM BLUE & maybe THE PANDORAS? Hope this jogs your memory...

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And although they're more towards the late 80's you have female fronted bands like Saraya and Romeo's Daughter.

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Maybe the Poison Dollys...? Not sure where you might of heard a song by them though.

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Maybe the Poison Dollys...? Not sure where you might of heard a song by them though.

 

Oh... I see you already found your answer. Scratch that Poison Dollys idea. :wacko:

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Hahahaha! Keep up Dave!!! :lol:

 

Hey... I know what I'm doing. :crazy:

 

How can anyone blame me for giving the Poison Dollys some love? :cheer:

 

Actually... I think one of the times I saw Poison Dollys they opened for Aerosmith. The "Back In The Saddle Tour". That was a great show... Oh how the mighty have fallen.

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  • 9 months later...

Umm.. we still looking for an answer?

 

How about MISSDEMEANOR..? I think they were from New York. They were pretty good though... I saw them open for KIX once.

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Umm.. we still looking for an answer?

 

How about MISSDEMEANOR..? I think they were from New York. They were pretty good though... I saw them open for KIX once.

 

I remember them! Saw them live a couple of times back in the day. My friend Ralph had a crush on their drummer. :lol:

 

The last time they crossed my mind a year or two ago I even started a thread here about 'em

 

http://heavyharmonies.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=22171&st=0&p=503738&hl=Missdemeanor&fromsearch=1entry503738

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Umm.. we still looking for an answer?

 

How about MISSDEMEANOR..? I think they were from New York. They were pretty good though... I saw them open for KIX once.

 

I remember them! Saw them live a couple of times back in the day. My friend Ralph had a crush on their drummer. :lol:

 

The last time they crossed my mind a year or two ago I even started a thread here about 'em

 

http://heavyharmonies.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=22171&st=0&p=503738&hl=Missdemeanor&fromsearch=1entry503738

 

Yep.. That is them. Somewhere around here I have one of those demo tapes. I'll have to look around this place a bit.

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Umm.. we still looking for an answer?

 

How about MISSDEMEANOR..? I think they were from New York. They were pretty good though... I saw them open for KIX once.

 

I remember them! Saw them live a couple of times back in the day. My friend Ralph had a crush on their drummer. :lol:

 

The last time they crossed my mind a year or two ago I even started a thread here about 'em

 

http://heavyharmonies.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=22171&st=0&p=503738&hl=Missdemeanor&fromsearch=1entry503738

 

Yep.. That is them. Somewhere around here I have one of those demo tapes. I'll have to look around this place a bit.

 

Neat-O. I know my buddy Ralph had one of their tapes too, but I haven't heard 'em in years and years.

 

Their lead singer was quite the hotty, if memory serves. :crazy:

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I managed to find my MISSDEMEANOR tape. Four Song EP (1989).

 

SIDE ONE:

Come Inside

I Can't Let Go

 

SIDE TWO:

Living With Desire

Give Me All Your Love

 

 

Jackie Cerone - Lead & Backing Vocals

JoJo Lori - Drums & Background Vocals

Linda McSherry - Guitars & Background Vocals

Sandy Tyler - Bass & Background Vocals

 

 

Listening to it now.. not bad at all. Pretty catchy tunes.

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