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taking a cue from Bowie were one of the original overtly androgynous rock bands - they acheived very little notoriety for their music, more for their style and attitude - "Personality Crisis" was a minor hit for them - they also spawned the freak we know and love (or detest) as Buster Poindexter (David Johansen) - countless hair metal bands emulated their look and sound in the mid-eighties.

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Ok. First of all. She has no "e" on the end of her name. It's Patti Palladin.

I was ten years old when my punk princess moved to the U.K. and recorded with Judy Nylon as "Snatch". Their single "All I Want" wasn't the only thing I wanted.

I was just out of high school when she took on this gothic look that I still drool over today. =:P


For those of you who may have missed it, her teeth appear on the cover of Skrewdriver's album, "All Skrewed Up".


I've been all skrewed up since she left. :puppyeyes:

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Cheap Trick :rockon:

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Oh, Cheap Trick... the two handsome guys and the other two! Great rock from the 80´s, "I want you to want me" and "Surrender" are my fave... and the "Live at Budokan" album is a must.

Great you know Patti Palladin... I saw her a couple of times with Johnny Thunders and she´s recorded a very good cover album with him, "Copycats". :thumbsup:

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Rufus Wainwright is the son of Loudon Wainwright III and Kate McGarrigle (?) and has forged a name for himself as a talented but very eclectic artist. His style of music has evolved over the years from vaudevillian to a type of operatic performance on his most recent release. Not my type of music but here's to ya if you like him.

Let's go in the opposite direction:


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Sorry, Edna.

I was laughing so hard at your comment, I forgot to post. :laughing:

Anyone who is a Rolling Stones fan should know Keith Richards :bow: and the X-Pensive Winos.

Keith's solo career with the winos was short lived with only 2 studio album releases in 4 years. Good thing there's also a live album.

If you're not acquainted with his solo work, get out there and pick up "Talk Is Cheap".

Keith Richards' fans, enjoy the visuals:


Give: April Wine

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