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Playing fast, simple, thundering heavy metal, the Cycle Sluts From Hell could almost be compared to L7, were it not for the fact that they were so cartoonish. Taking Joan Jett's trashy, badass-mama persona to an aggressive extreme, both musically and attitude-wise, the Cycle Sluts come up with such entertainingly silly anthems as "Conqueress," "By the Balls," the occasionally aired-by-MTV "I Wish You Were a Beer," and, of course, "Badass Mama." If you like the attitude, you may like the album, but since the Cycle Sluts don't share Jett's ear for consistently good material, it may also wear thin.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Seeking to expand the guidelines for female heavy metal bands during the hair metal era, the short-lived Cycle Sluts From Hell proved that both genders could tackle the same expected metal subject matter with equal zeal -- partying with the opposite sex, rocking, and fast cars. Comprised of four bandmembers who went by aliases (such as She-Fire of Ice and Venus Penis Crusher, among others), it is rumored that a member or two of N.Y.C. thrash metallists Overkill lent a hand with the songwriting and...
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  • 7,59 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Metal
  • Released: 1991
  • Parental Advisory

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