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Twisted Sister: Under The Blade (Secret) *****

Review by Garry Bushell, Sounds, September 1982

THERE'S A body of opinion that holds that Pete Way couldn't produce a rabbit out of a hat. There's a similar one holding that Twisted ...

Twisted Sister: Local Heroes in Warpaint Make Good

Interview by Toby Goldstein, Creem, March 1984

OUT IN THE endless flatlands of Long Island's Suffolk County, where the traffic-clogged main streets are lined with every necessity for fast-food living and drive-in ...

Heavy Metal Rears Its Ugly Head Again

Review by Deborah Frost, Rolling Stone, September 1984

A new generation of bands is dominating the charts ...

Twisted Sister: Twisted Logic (I'd Say Severely Bent)

Report and Interview by David Gans, Record, December 1984

IT IS A fundamental conceit of Heavy Metal that teenagers are a great oppressed underclass, forced to take out garbage, load dishwashers and do homework ...

Eleganza: David Bowie & Dee Snider: The Bizarre Passions They Can't Control!

Column by John Mendelsohn, Creem, March 1985

A LOT OF you younger readers who think that Boy George didn't invent rock 'n' roll androgyny believe that Prince did, or Michael Jackson, or ...

Twisted Sister: Love Is For Suckers (Atlantic WX 120/CD)**

Review by Paul Elliott, Sounds, July 1987

THEY'VE HAD the best part of two years to think out a new game plan, yet Twisted Sister are still stuck in the Muppet metal ...

Twisted Sister: An Interview with Jay Jay French

Interview by Joe Matera, Australian Musician, 2000

Taking their lead from their glam-rock roots, Twisted Sister went on to become one of the biggest bands of the 80s. In 1984, the band, ...

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