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Poison: Flesh & Blood

Chuck Eddy, Rolling Stone, 20 September 1990

THE DOWNFALL of Poison, whose first two albums showcased a carefree marriage of '60s bubblegum to '70s hard rock, can be traced to the day the band decided to stop wearing makeup and girls' clothes.

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