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As evidenced by either reading Mötley Crüe's tell-all bio The Dirt or viewing their VH1 Driven special, the group London proved to be an important stepping stone for Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx. After all, it was while briefly being a member of London that Sixx got his first taste of rockin' and rollin' on Hollywood's Sunset Strip. And the group's leader, singer/guitarist Lizzie Grey, appeared in both Crüe-related items. After London folded, Grey launched an all-new outfit, Spiders & Snakes, which released numerous releases throughout the '90s and early 21st century. 2005 saw the release of the double-disc set Hollywood Ghosts — one disc of 12 new studio tracks, and another of 15 music videos (spanning 1990 through 2004). Those expecting arena metal anthems à la the Crüe may be disappointed, since Grey touches upon several different styles here — power pop ballads ("Angelyne"), a Stones-y cover of "The Girl Can't Help It," and a harmonica-laced ditty that recalls the glam days of Bowie and Bolan (the title track). Judging from Hollywood Ghosts, Grey has a much wider appreciation of various musical styles than the average '80s era glam rocker.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Sunset Strip legend Lizzie Grey started London with Nikki Sixx in 1979, but Sixx immediately left to form Mötley Crüe (taking the duo's "Public Enemy No. 1" along with him). Though London never reached the heights of Mötley Crüe or followers Poison, Grey and crew enjoyed a healthy share of good times (as evidenced in The Decline of Western Civilization 2: the Metal Years). At the close of the decade, drummer Tim Jay joined Grey for a project called Ultra Pop, but the duo decided that moniker was...
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