Musicians with a "dark" past..
Well not necessary dark, but people who started with a totally different style than the one they are famous for:
From glam hairband to serious heavy rock in just 5-7 years.
Hot 'n' Heavy (1985)
Mouth For War (1992)
Ronnie and the Prophets. (ca. 1960)
(both songs are brilliant in my opinion. Just shows how talented Ronnie was.)
Lemmy Kilmister of Mötorhead, first on guitar with The Rockin' Vickers from 1966
On vocals and bass with Hawkwind from 1972.
Funniest one: Alanis Morrisette
Her best known hit "Ironic"
And "Too Hot" from her...earlier career
Wow thats a stinker
Originally Posted by Mr Doodle
I never knew she wanted to be the Canadian Janet Jackson.
Originally Posted by PiggyMohammad
Miss Jackson, if you're nasty.
Photography's a joke. Anyone can be a photographer. You do your scary great pictures because you're a professional. I'll take my stupid...automatic camera...take pictures and we'll see if people can tell the difference. - HS, 2-1-02
The Pianoman, Billy Joel, in the drums & organ, heavy metal/prog rock duo Attila (1970)
End of the sixties, I was in a two-man group. We were heavy metal, we were going to destroy the world with amplification, we had titles like 'Godzilla', 'March of the Huns', 'Brain Invasion'. A lot of people think I just came out of the piano bar... I did a lot of heavy metal for a while. We had about a dozen gigs and nobody could stay in the room when we were playing. It was too loud. We drove people literally out of clubs. 'It was great, but we can't stay in the club'
This is just a year before Cold Spring Habour.
Last edited by PiggyMohammad; 03-27-2013 at 12:24 PM.