Terrorvision were formed in Bradford, (or more accurately the small town of Keighley) West Yorkshire, England in 1987, originally with the moniker “The Spoilt Bratz”. After a undeniably wise name change, the band released their first album “Formaldehyde” in 1992. Although showing their obvious Heavy Metal influences, there was a sense of humour and pop leaning which could not be hidden, particularly in their breakthrough single “My House”. It was those pop quirks which informed their breakthrough second album “How To Make Friends And Influence People”. A collection of exuberant pop-metal classics, it featured the single “Oblivion”, which showed off TVs trademark mix of disenfranchised lyrics coupled with enormously catchy tunes, in this case with added “Doo-Wops”, giving the band a genuine crossover hit. The singles from HTMFAIP all charted well, propelling the decidedly unfashionable Terrorvision firmly into the mainstream.