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Album Review

Although it's missing a few of the band's best songs, Greatest Hits is the best available overview of Bang Tango's career, as well as the only one available (although that's a bit disingenuous, because it isn't bad). The most generously represented album is Dancin' on Coals, and while one could have hoped for a few more tracks from Love After Death or especially their biggest record, Psycho Cafe, their bare essentials are here, including two versions of the group's biggest hit, "Someone Like You" (one the original, one a remix). It could have been somewhat better, but overall, Greatest Hits is all the casual fan will need.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although Bang Tango was often lumped in with the whole '80s glam metal movement (perhaps due to their pretty-boy looks and the fact that they hailed from Los Angeles, CA), the hard-rockin' quintet was one of the few L.A. glam groups to incorporate funk into its sound — around the same time as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Faith No More made it acceptable to do so. Their lineup consisted of Joe Lesté (vocals), Kyle Stevens (guitar), Mark Knight (guitar), Kyle Kyle (bass), and Tigg Ketler (drums),...
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