Mr. Big’s ‘To Be With You’ and the unfussy joy of hair metal [March 15, 1992]

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‘To Be With You’ — Mr. Big

Previous editions of this publication may have given the impression that hair metal was dead in 1992, vanquished by the pious might of St Kurt of Seattle.




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