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December 07, 2012

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Clabbe Bjurstrom

Great article! :)
Hair metal is what I listened to when I grew up and was around 13-18. Never managed to get such a hair myself but bands like Steelheart, Steeler and other names was something we were looking for. To discover new music we in the end just went to the record store and were looking at the LPs with pictures of guys in big hair. If they had big hair we bought the record as we knew that the music would be good. Haha. Those were the days but i do agree to the answer provided in the article here "The bad thing is, that when everybody can be heard, nobody gets heard"

pulau tidung

Great article on a great band! Make sure you watch the DVD, it is great fun

Erin

Thanks Dean, Danielle, and Mary for your comments! We appreciate hearing from you and your feedback. Dean, let us know if there's anything we can do to make our blog posts more fun in the future.

Thanks,
Erin
New Media Dept.
National Museum of American History

Mary

Very awesome interview!!

Daniella Koontz

Great article on a great band! Make sure you watch the DVD, it is great fun.... and I'm in it too :)

Dean Robinson

Bands like Nova Rex promote fun through rock & roll music that sounds even funnier when the good-time lyrics are properly interpreted. The Smithsonian National Museum of American History makes Hair Metal heavier than ever.

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