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Steelheart is among the last surviving hair metal bands to emerge from the MTV era in the late 20th century. Their sound is rooted in anthemic rockers -- often with chant-along choruses -- soaring power ballads, fat, compressed guitar riffs à la Led Zeppelin and Guns N' Roses, and the lead vocals of Michael Matijevic, possessed of an effortlessly delivered, emotively powerful four-octave range. Their self-titled 1991 debut album boasted the single "She's Gone," that hit number one on the international singles charts and remained there for a whopping 17 weeks. They scored another big hit with 1992's "Mama Don't You Cry."
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