List of glam metal bands and artists

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The following list of glam metal bands and artists includes bands and artists that have been described as glam metal or its interchangeable terms, hair metal,[1][2] hair bands,[3] pop metal[1] and lite metal[1] by professional journalists at some stage in their career. Glam metal is a subgenre of heavy metal[4] and is influenced by 1970s glam rock.[5] Glam metal groups wear "... flashy clothing, heavy makeup, and large, teased hair ...".[6]

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