RAISING MY OWN HELL
I can't tell you the number of strange looks I've received over the years when I claim two of my top five hair bands of all time to be Love/Hate and Little Angels. The overwhelming look of confusion is only equaled by the number of people that simple say, "who the fuck is that?" Little Angels was, without question, the single most underappreciated band of the hair band era. In a time that saw Def Leppard become one of the biggest bands ever, it simply should have been Little Angels. They were better musicians. They wrote much stronger songs than Leppard did with HYSTERIA on forward. They didn't sell out to make it. Most importantly, their singer Toby Jepson was just flat out better. I've always felt that "Don't Pray For Me" and "Broken Wings Of An Angel" are two of the very best ballads ever recorded in an era where careers were cemented based on a solid ballad (Motley Crue, Poison, Mr. Big, Warrant, Skid Row all found their groove based on huge ballads). It's been a lot of years since then, and big success always eluded Jepson and Little Angels, but RAISING MY OWN HELL proves that nothing has been lost with this vocalist.
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