Slaughter

hair story

Slaughter formed in Las Vegas, Nevada, in late 1988, out of the ashes of lead vocalist Mark Slaughter and bassist Dana Strum’s previous band, Vinnie Vincent Invasion. Vinnie Vincent Invasion’s record company, Chrysalis Records, took the $4 million contract away from Vinnie Vincent for overexceeding his credit line with the label, and transferred the contract to former members Slaughter and Strum. By 1989, Slaughter and Strum completed the lineup by recruiting lead guitarist Tim Kelly and drummer Blas Elias.

Slaughter’s debut album Stick It to Ya had three singles released that hit the Billboard Hot 100: the hit “Fly to the Angels” (#19), and the moderate hits “Up All Night” (#27) and “Spend My Life” (#39). During this time, a song was released from the soundtrack to the film Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. That song, titled “Shout It Out”, was accompanied by a music video but failed to make the US Hot 100… (from Wikipedia)
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hair band

Mark Slaughter, lead vocals
R.I.P. Tim Kelly, guitar (January 13, 1963–February 5, 1998)
Dana Strum, bass
Blas Elias, drums

hair albums

Stick It to Ya (1990)
  Up All Night #27, Fly to the Angels #19, Spend My Life #37
Stick It Live (1990)
The Wild Life (1992)

post-hair albums

Mass Slaughter: The Best of Slaughter (1995)
Fear No Evil (1995)
Revolution (1997)
Eternal Live (1998)
Back to Reality (1999)

live shows

Live ABC in Concert 1991

Live MTV Drops the Ball 1993