Their intent was to be an all girl Rock act in a time when such ideas were uncommon, featuring guitarists Nichole Crouch and Michelle Meldrum, with Gigi Hangach (vocals), Kim Nielsen (bass) and Linda McDonald (drums). Nursed by Mike Varney and his 'Shrapnel' label, the group would succeed in places their all-female contemporaries couldn't. Marty Friedman (future of Megadeth) and Steve Fontano would produce their debut, Phantom Blue (1989), an album highlighted by their melodic voices counter balancing the screaming guitars. It was 9 tracks of mature,original music. They would flog their style of melodic Metal around the world while on a 7 month tour, and return to eventually record the follow-up, Built To Perform (1993). Built To Perform included a cover of Thin Lizzy's Bad Reputation. After a bidding war between rival record companies, 'Geffen' got the contract to release it. It was produced by Max Norman (Ozzy, Megadeth, etc.). The set failed to impress the public at large, causing much of their momentum from the first to be lost. In 1994 Rena Ross replaced Neilson on bass.
They would return in 1995 with a fanciful comic book biography and the album Prime Cuts And Glazed Donuts, after being nixed from 'Geffen' during the label's buy out by 'MCA'.
Another European tour would then commence, as well as several awards, with Phantom Blue...Caught...Live! (1997) as their latest. By 1998 they were releasing indie demos again, like Full Blown (1998), in an attempt to regain lost ground and a fresh start with a revamped sound, now with the line up of Lucienne Thomas (vocals), Linda McDonald (drums), Josephine (guitar), Tina Wood (guitar) and Mary Jo Godges (bass).