And all these descriptions are entirely apt to one degree or another. The Hyatt House was the place where all the rock stars would gather when they passed through town — everyone from Led Zeppelin to The Who. Televisions got thrown through its windows; motorcycles were be ridden indoors; inappropriate acts took place around the pool. Little Richard lived there full-time. Four guys who lived life to the max.
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The group consisted of Jack White songwriter, vocals, guitar, piano, and mandolin and his one-time wife Meg White drums and vocals. After releasing several singles and three albums within the Detroit music scene , the White Stripes rose to prominence in as part of the garage rock revival scene. Their successful and critically acclaimed albums White Blood Cells and Elephant drew attention from a large variety of media outlets in the United States and the United Kingdom. The single " Seven Nation Army ", which used a guitar and an octave pedal to create the iconic opening riff,  became one of their most recognizable songs.
The Sunset Strip
Never before has one and a half miles of pavement defined an era of rock quite like the Sunset Strip. A living cultural landmark — one that even has its own twitter account — has become as famous as the bands who played it. The 60s and 70s had The Doors and Frank Zappa, but the 80s grabbed the zeitgeist by the scruff of the neck and gave it a firm shake and as It went from underground to overground. The streets were soon lined with record deals, as bands flocked on from all over America to get a piece of the action. The bands were flashy, androgynous, visually compelling and musically engaging.
The Fast's sound and style was developed with s mod pop elements and the use of synthesizers just before the instrument became a staple of the new wave genre. It was also during this time that a Tommie Moonie left the band and was replaced by Hoffmann's brother Robert. This line up lasted for a year till when Mandy Zone left the band to form his own band Ozone along with former bassist Tommie Moonie. For a short time The Fast changed the name of the band to Miki Zone Zoo to signify an drastic change to the band sound but after a few months reverted to The Fast due to name recognition.