When Buckcherry first started out they never got the recognition they so well deserved. It was the end of the 90’s and grunge still dominated the charts with nu-metal ready to take over. Everything that were remotely connected to Sleaze, Glam or any other Melodic Rock were doomed. Their self titled debut album that came out in 1999 spawned the hits “For The Movies”, “Dead Again” and the cocaine glorifying “Lit Up”. The album sold fairly well, it went Gold in the States, but the follow up Time Bomb (2001) didn’t go down that well, neither critics nor fans appreciated it and it didn’t sell. So after only two albums, Buckcherry – the band that was seen as the new hope for the melodic sleazy hard rock, called it a day. But in 2006 singer Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson teamed up with three new guys, resurrected the band and released 15, got a huge hit with the song “Crazy Bitch” and shipped platinum.