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Album Review

With many Hollywood glam rockers falling like flies come the early '90s, one-time London leader, Lizzie Grey, was still going strong with another outfit, Spiders & Snakes. And with the rest of the rock world seemingly sporting flannel shirts and detuning their pawnshop guitars to D, Grey stood his ground — continuing on the same glam party metal path he'd been following since the decade before. Circa 1992, the group had laid down a handful of tracks during a session in Mountain Home, AR, which ultimately went unreleased. Fast forward 15 years, and a fan of the band recently returned the lost tapes, resulting in the release of Arachno II. And what lurks within is exactly what you'd expect from a Grey-related release — fast and furious rockers ("Giving Your Life Away"), Sweet-esque party romps ("Nuke the Sun"), and even a track that resembles a Cinderella outtake ("The Way"). While Arachno II won't exactly be fighting for prime position in the next "great metal releases of all-time" discussion, fans of Grey's earlier work — and fanatics of '80s hair metal in general — should find some gratification.


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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Arachno II, Spiders & Snakes
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  • 4,95 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 01 March 2007

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