A Quick Rundown of Last Week’s Cool Ones
Every Monday morning I try to look back and bring you all of last week's Power 96 Cool Ones brought to you by Kelly Auto Parts on Seventh Street in Faribault or online at kellysautosalvage.com. If you've ever wondered how I chose my Cool Ones, it's pretty simple. Basically it's usually songs that I don't think have seen the light of day in a while or a tune that just pops into my head or suggestions from you, the listener at:
This week I featured a nice range of artists from hair metal, classic rockers, an alternative band suggested by a listener, a heavy metal band once demonized by churches and parents and now considered fairly mainstream and a glam metal band out of L.A. known for their profane but humorous lyrics.
This single made it to No. 29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and came from their second album Images and Words, which also spawned their biggest hit "Pull Me Under."
This single came from their 1993 release Saturation and peaked at No. 10 on the U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock tracks chart and No. 6 on the Alternative Songs chart.
Written by the whole band, this was the third and final single from their third studio release, Run with the Pack.
This band usually deals with nastier lyrics than the one on this single but they really know how to rock. Even if they're a bit tongue in cheek they certainly put on a good show.
This single comes from their twelfth studio album, Animalize. This was the only album to feature guitarist Mark St. John. He was replaced by Bruce Kulick after only about being with Kiss for about 8 months.