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MoonchildT'Frying Pan," A&M, 1964. Safe as Milk (includes "Electricity," "Zig Zag Wanderer," and "Abba Zabba"), Buddah, 1966. Strictly Personal (includes "Gimme Dat Harp Boy" and "Safe as Milk"), Blue Thumb, 1968. Trout Mask Replica (includes "Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish," "Orange Claw Hammer," "Ant Man Bee," and "Moonlight in Vermont"), Straight, 1969. LickMyDecals Off, Baby, Straight, 1970. Mirror Man (recorded in 1968), Buddah, 1970. The Spotlight Kid, Warner/Reprise, 1972. Clear Spot, Warner/Reprise, 1972.
Word Up! May 1992. Additional information for this profile was obtained from Cold Chillin' publicity materials, 1991-1993. —Simon Glickman Bon Jovi Rock band fi fi IJ3 on Jovi was responsible for the most organicD sounding technopop-metal hybrids of the '80s," wrote Spin's Chuck Eddy in 1993 of the megapopular five-member band named after its lead singer, Jon Bon Jovi. Credited as one of the creators of "metal lite" or "pop metal"—heavy metal rock softened by Top Forty lyrics—the band rose to prominence with the help of millions of MTV-watching teenage listeners during a decade dominated by the likes of pop giants Madonna and Michael Jackson.
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