Though lumped in with Sunset Strip glam/hair metal, New York's Twisted Sister had been around since the early 70s in one form or another before finding success in the mid-80s thanks to big videos on MTV. 80s kids may remember frontman Dee Snider, whose heavy make up and wild hair made him look like Tammy Faye on a bad day. By embracing ridiculousness, Snider and Twisted Sister were somehow less ridiculous than peers like Warrant or Poison. Real metal fans will sneer at them because this is pretty slick, as was the style of the times. "Stay Hungry" contains two of their biggest hits, "We're Not Gonna Take It" and "Burn in Hell," which the band can be seen performing in "Pee Wee's Big Adventure." This reissue adds a second bonus disc, which only the hardcore fan will listen to. Twisted Sister also had the sense to break up in the late 80s, right as hair metal was becoming a joke. Also check out "Under the Blade."
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