Glam rock legends that still have an unbelievably devoted fan base more than 25 years after forming, Poison, formed in 1981 in Pennsylvania under the name Paris. After moving to Los Angeles and finding management, the four-piece changed its name to Poison and began releasing hit singles that topped the US charts. With its highly glittery take on rock n' roll and ability to switch to sensitive rock on a dime, Poison seduced countless female fans throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s. While the height of the group's fame occurred in 1988 with the release of Open Up and Say...Ahh!, the costumed rockers have managed to consistently stay in the limelight, living out their motto of "work hard, play hard." While this motto led to extreme scandals, law suits, drug addictions and sex tapes for many of the members, it also led to Bret Michael's highly successful reality series Rock of Love, popular solo albums sold-out reunion tours with women-filled audiences, who still know all the band's songs by heart.