WWW.ILOVETHE80S.COM

 


HOME

SEARCH ILOVETHE80S.COM

ARCADE

MUSIC

MOVIES

POSTERS

TOYS

TELEVISION

T-SHIRTS

MISC

FUN FACTS

SITEMAP

80'S BARGAINS OF THE DAY
 


MUSIC - HAIR METAL

PAGE 3
IMPELLITTERI
IRON MAIDEN
JACKYL
JOE SATRIANI
JOHNNY CRASH
JUDAS PRIEST
KEEL
KICK AXE
KILLER DWARFS
KINGDOM COME
KING KOBRA
KINGS X
KISS
KIX
KROKUS
LA GUNS
LEATHERWOLF
LILLIAN AXE
LION
LITA FORD
LIVING COLOUR
LOUDNESS
LYNCH MOB
MANOWAR
MEGADETH
METAL CHURCH
METALLICA
MOTLEY CRUE


Kingdom Come - Hair Metal
 

KINGDOM COME POSTER


KINGDOM COME
Buy New and Used

BUY NEW AND USED KINGDOM COME CDS

GREATEST HITS
Kingdom Come Greatest Hits

Kingdom Come was a metal band that formed in 1987.  Lead Singer Lenny Wolf, formerly of the band Stone Fury, joined Kingdom Come as the band's vocalist.  Likened to the sounds of Led Zeppelin, Kingdom Come's self-titled debut (1988) did very well with 80's metal fans who were looking for that retro 70's sound.  This album went platinum.  Many of you will remember the song "Get It On" from this album.  Another song, "What Love Can Be", also was rather popular and featured on MTV.

In 1988, Kingdom Come was tapped to open the Monsters of Rock tour, supporting Dokken, Van Halen, Scorpions, and Metallica.  Later that year, Kingdom Come opened for the Scorpions, but were asked to leave after Wolf continued using the full stage after being reprimanded multiple times by the Scorpions management crew (this is a no no as a warm up band). 

Unfortunately, their second album, In Your Face (1989), was a break from their Led Zeppelin typecast, and not nearly as popular.  Evidently the band was being given monikers such as "Kingdom Clone', so they attempted to distance themselves from the genre.  It backfired.  Shortly after, all members of the band existed stage left (except Wolf) and ended up in other projects (Scorpions, Warrant).  With Wolf still on vocals, Kingdom Come released their final album in 1991 on the Polygram label (Hands of Time).

Kingdom Come has continued producing over the years, albeit mostly overseas.  At the time of this writing, the Kingdom Come Discography was as follows:

  • 1988: Kingdom Come
  • 1989: In Your Face
  • 1991: Hands of Time
  • 1993: Bad Image
  • 1995: Twilight Cruiser
  • 1996: Live & Unplugged
  • 1997: Master Seven
  • 2000: Too
  • 2002: Independent
  • 2002: 20th Century Masters The Best of Kingdom Come
  • 2004: Perpetual
  • 2006: Ain't Crying for the Moon
  • 2009: Magnified
  • 2011: Rendered Waters
  • 1988
    Self-Titled Debut
    Kingdom Come Self Titled 1988

    1989
    In Your Face
    Kingdom Come In Your Face

    1991
    Hands of Time
    Kingdom Come Hands of Time

    PAGE 1PAGE 2PAGE 4PAGE 5



    about this site | contact us | search this site


    This page is dedicated to the memory of my friend, Steve Quick, who reminded me how much
     I use to like this band with his gift to me on my 31st birthday.