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Britny Fox Lyrics

A school bell rings off the day,
Brings in a stray a few girls at play.
Cut school pink slips are fine
For a good time there's boys on their mind.

A bad girl smoking in school,
Breaking the rules acting real cool.
Talkin' 'bout all the rock boys,
Back seat joys with some boy's toy.

At the girl school, cause my baby broke all the rules.

Saddle shoes uniforms blue,
Love all the girls in the girl school.
Traffic jam in the hallway
Ooh I'm gonna stay this makes my day.

Well here they come girls from the school,
Breakin' the rules hot on the loose.
My girl left right from school,
Came over to my house, ooh...

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Martin Kuliza

Yeah i'm very familiar with Ratt and Steven Pearcy from way back

i went through all that metal underground as well
you had your normal big 4
then your NWOBHM
and then we also had W.A.S.P. Testament, L.A. Guns, Mortal Sin, Morbid Angel
Hell i was even into Rammstein at the time
so yeah.. i know Ratt very well

but yeah you're right i think it does depend on where you're from as well

but you did also have your thrash heads and metal purists who just hated glam because it didn't conform to their way of life.
i never hated it, i just understood .... Yeah it's cool, but also it doesn't follow the traditions that we uphold but hey, neither does debbie gibson and i still liked debbie
so... there is a time and a place for both of them
and there is a time and a place for Britney fox and Vixen as well

Martin Kuliza

ok.... Now we're getting somewhere


1. You're from L.A. that's cool first of all
secondly, it all came out of L.A. didn't it ? the Strip, The Whiskey etc
so i guess we can say you were closer to it than i was

2. You agree that they didn't sound like the likes of Maiden , Metallica, Motorhead etc WHICH ARE METAL (in the traditional sense) so it's good we agree on that
and let's juse that as our reference point

3. we can both agree that they rocked
well... at least some of them, i mean , hey, i love vixen, Edge of a broken heart as much as the next person but it's certainly not Leper Messiah or Orion
so they have their own thing in their own way

4. My main point what i'm getting at is what you said

well.. maybe you did, WE DIDN'T
we made a clear separate between what was Glam and what was metal
to us there was a clear line between Bon Jovi and Poision and then Iron Maiden , Metallica and Megadeth and Judas Priest

then we had some that we were confused about like
Motley crue, which we accepted as Metal
then you had the likes of W.A.S.P. which we after a while accepted as Metal

but as for Vixen, Bon Jovi, Britney Fox
we never accepted them as metal
yes they rocked in their own way but that music didn't have the balls that metal had so we didn't include it in that category
i think you also know this, at least i suspect you do

i think we agree on most things
and i think anyone from our genre SHOULD AGREE

it was what it was
you had your debbie gibson bananarama thing
you had your RUN DMC, Public enemy, NWA thing going on
and you had your Heavy Metal thing going on
then you had the the others that were more like rock and more POPPY

to keep this siimple
i'm just saying

Britney fox was never in the category of Master of Puppets, Countdown to extinction , Rust in Peace that sort of thing
and i suspect you agree with me
so that's that then
Glam was never metal
it's just that magazines like Video Hits Magazine, Heavy Metal Magazine and so on glorified it and put them on the same stage as Metallica and Anthrax for example
but they were not
they were not even on the same level as Motley crue or W.A.S.P.

i was never one of the one's that hated the glam thing (for the record)
as a fact, i loved bon jovi growing up
butwhat's metal is not in britny vox

Metal is about death dragons, swords, Darkness and just... worshipping satan all round :P
you know what i mean

you don't see that in Girls school or with Britny Fox
that's all i'm saying

i don't want to disrespect anyone from my era because we all went through the same shit , didn't we
i believe we are all brothers and sisters of the same music and the same era
we share something special
so.. why fuck it up with an argument.. right ?

anyway mate
as a fact, to us in sydney it wasn't all the same

it suprises me that you guys at the centre of it IN L.A. of all fucking places can say that it was all the same to you

but yeah... i draw a very fucking clear line in the sand between
Real Heavy metal and Glam

Just like a draw a clear line between rock and Hard rock
so..... bon Jovi is Rock
ACDC is Hard Rock

i also draw a very distinct line between Hard rock and Heavy metal
so.. ACDC is hard rock, Judas Priest is Heavy Metal
there is a clear difference

and even though i accept that Soft rock (like Whitesnake) is rock, i don't confuse it with Bon Jovi or other rock bands

i also don't like to drill down to far with the genre definitions, but.. if there is a clear difference (in my opinion) between 2 styles of music, i will draw the line
if it's piss farting in the wind then i won't give a fuck

but yeah i think the thing here is
Maybe you didn't separate them
and maybe that's because you lived in a different part of the world

We made a very clear separation between Heavy metal and britny fox (Glam)
we didn't even call it Glam Metal, it was just Glam
as for the term Hair Metal
well yeah... we all know what PEOPLE MEANT and that being "Glam" so sometimes there would be a slip of the tounge and out of habit you would call it Glam Metal but it wasn't metal

Basically the concepts of Heavy metal that we were brought up on

- Be Real
- don't be fake, or a poser
- Be true to the music
- Be yourself

all that stuff gets thrown out the window once you enter the realm of GLAM
Technically HAIR doesn't violate it haha because they all had hair (except for judas priest, well at one time he did LOL)
but when you get into glam you start to sort of go...... ummm ok what's happening here

SO.. in the case of W.A.S.P. Blackie still drank blood and fucked like a beast SO.. IT WAS COOL
and he could keep his make up LOL

same with Motley Crue they had Pentagrams so they're in the good books as well

Vixen were talking about love
Love wasn't cool LOL Unless you were sacrificing a virgin or something

so you take then Warlock
well... there was a wizard and he had his hand on Doro's tits so.. yeah... nuff said LOL

but on a serious note
the Glam scene stuck out like a sore thumb and didn't uphold the values that we held to
thats' why they are not metal

i think we will probably agree on most of this, don't you
i just think there was a slight misunderstanding because of our geographical locations

Martin Kuliza

No it's not
it never was

but look... based on your comment, i have to assume that you are from back in the day..... right ?

ok, well so am i
i'm 47

Now here's the thing
i can't just then come out and say no it's not , can i ?
because you'll just disagree

Mate, i have to ask, ... where were you from IN THAT TIME
Me, i was from sydney and still am

this wasn't considered Metal... it never was
this was the generation of Glam they called it Glam metal and Hair Metal.
this was not thrash, it wasn't heavy metal , we didn't accept it as heavy metal.... EVER !!!

we did agree that the chicks were hot
we did agree that the song rocked
just like Bon jovi livin on a prayer is not heavy metal either
but yet it still fucking rocks

so.. what part of the world were you from that you deemed this to be metal ?
Maybe we should start there if we're gonna come to a middle ground on this topic

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Brittany A

This band is the reason why I’m named “Brittany”. Thanks mom🤣🖤

John K.

But are you a Fox?

daniel sullivan

Is your mothers name Missy? If so I could have something to do with your chromosomes.


@Brittany A she spelled it wrong then

Anthony Palermo


LA Gijsberti Hodenpijl

You have a great mom!

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Gipsy Avenger

Dizzy was the best combination of Brian Johnson(AC/DC) , "Dan" McCafferty (Nazareth) and Tom Keifer (Cinderella). This album was awesome.


And a touch of Paul Stanley. To my ears, anyway.

Celtic Wolf1986

Let's bring back the era of politically incorrect music. Who's with me?

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