Formed in Los Angeles, California, USA, this band delivered a trademark sound best described as ‘sleaze rock’. Featuring the talents of Gilby Clarke (b. 17 August 1962; vocals, guitar), Jason Nesmith (guitar), Todd Muscat (bass) and David Scott (drums), their 1990 debut, Dynamite From Nightmare Land, was a prime example of no-nonsense standard-chord hard rock. The album was produced by Vic Maile and Ric Browde who are renowned, respectively, for their work with Motörhead and Poison. Clarke later replaced Izzy Stradlin in Guns N’Roses.