Femme Fatale (American band)

Femme Fatale (American Band)

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Femme Fatale was an American hard rock band active from 1987 to 1990. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, the band moved to Los Angeles but only released one studio album before disbanding.


Formation and disbandment (1987-1990)

Femme Fatale was formed in 1987 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Later on that year, the band moved to Los Angeles and signed a recording contract with a subsidiary of MCA Records after a well-received showcase. The band's self-titled debut album, released in 1988, peaked at #141 on the Billboard 200 the following year. MTV gave heavy airplay to the videos for "Waiting for the Big One" and "Falling in and out of Love", the band's two signature songs. The airplay helped the album to sell nearly 200,000 copies, but Femme Fatale was unable to match the popularity of other bands in the glam metal scene. The band saw their status at MCA shrink and the band's manager, Andrea Accardo, developed a rare brain cancer. Shortly after touring the world in support of Cheap Trick, recording was to commence on a new studio album, but ultimately it was never completed and the band dissolved in 1990.

Post breakup (1990-present)

Since leaving Femme Fatale, Lorraine Lewis has recorded a few modestly successful solo albums in country, new age and other rock genres. Lewis competed on MTV's Remote Control in 1988, against Britny Fox's Dizzy Dean Davidson and Anthrax's Charlie Benante, who won.

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