Vixen Albums Ranked And Complete Discography

Vixen Albums Ranked

Our Vixen albums ranked list presents This Complete List Of Vixen Albums And Songs including their entire discography of studio albums. Vixen was first formed in the 1980s. Their sound was based heavily on the 80s big hair glam band sound. Unlike most of the glam bands that were formed on either the West of East Coasts of the United State in the 1980s, Vixen came out of the cold city of Saint Paul, Minnesota. And of course, the band consisted of all female musicians. They weren’t the first all female band in rock history but they were one of the only all female glam metal bands as there weren’t many of them that consisted of just females.

We will only be ranking the great Vixen studio albums. However we will also include every single Vixen live album. All these female glam metal Vixen albums have been presented below with all original release dates with each Vixen album as well as all original album covers. Every album listed below showcases the entire album track listing.

VIXEN STUDIO ALBUMS RANKED

# 4 – Tangerine

Released May 1998

We open up our Vixen albums ranked list with the band’s third album entitled Tangerine. This is the album that didn’t really sound like Vixen as the popularity of grunge seemed to have a major impact on the music on the record. The album featured Janet Gardner on lead vocals and guitar, Gina Stile on guitar, backing vocals and Roxy Petrucci on drums. Mike Pisculli played bass on the album.

CD Track Listings:

1. Page (4:36)
2. Tangerine (4:32)
3. Never Say Never (3:39)
4. Peace (4:59)
5. Barely Breathin’ (4:13)
6. Bleed (4:00)
7. Stay (5:35)
8. Shut Up (4:05)
9. Machine (3:43)
10. Air Balloon (3:53)
11. Can’t Control Myself (4:35)
12. Outro (1:59)

# 3 – Live & Learn

Released November 6, 2006

Vixen’s final studio album was released almost twenty years after their debut album. We really like this album. However, the album featured only one original band member in Jan Kuehnemund. Sady Jan Kuehnemund passed away in 2013. Later on, the original members of the band would reform the original Vixen but have not released any studio albums. Bsides Jan Kuehnemund, the album also featured Jenna Sanz-Agero on lead and backing vocals, Lynn Louise Lowrey on bass and backing vocals and Kathrin Kraft on drums.

CD Track Listings:

1. Anyway (3:34)
2. Live & Learn (3:12)
3. I Try (3:53)
4. Little Voice (3:47)
5. Pacifist (3:50)
6. Don’t Want It Anymore (3:55)
7. Love Song (3:27)
8. Angry (3:14)
9. I’m Sorry (3:04)
10. You Wish (3:44)
11. Suffragette City (3:25)
12. Give Me Away (4:36)

# 2 – Rev It Up

Released July 1990

Vixen’s second album was not as successful as their debut album but musically it was just as strong. The album also featured the same lineup as their first including Janet Gardner on  lead and backing vocals plus rhythm guitar, Jan Kuehnemund on lead guitar and backing vocals, Share Pedersen on bass and backing vocals, and Roxy Petrucci on drums and backing vocals. Also on the record was keyboardist  Michael Alemania.

CD Track Listings:

1. Rev It Up (5:00)
2. How Much Love (4:35)
3. Love Is a Killer (4:49)
4. Not a Minute Too Soon (4:18)
5. Streets in Paradise (4:32)
6. Hard 16 (3:55)
7. Bad Reputation (4:08)
8. Fallen Hero (5:14)
9. Only a Heartbeat Away (5:02)
10. It Wouldn’t Be Love (4:41)
11. Wrecking Ball (5:16)
12. Highway to Heartache (3:51)
13. I Want You to Rock Me – live (4:50)

# 1 – Vixen

Released August 31, 1988

We close out our Vixen albums ranked list with the band’s debut album entitled Vixen. The group debiut still remains their most popular album they ever released. Who could ever forget that very cool album cover. The album featured the band; biggest hit of their career in the song “Edge of a Broken Heart.” Vixen’s debut album featured band members Janet Gardner on  lead and backing vocals plus rhythm guitar, Jan Kuehnemund on lead guitar and backing vocals, Share Pedersen on bass and backing vocals, and Roxy Petrucci on drums and backing vocals. An impressive list of A+ guste musicians worked on the album including Toto’s Steve Lukather. Also appearing was rock star and songwriter Richard Marx.

CD Track Listings:

1. Edge of a Broken Heart (4:24)
2. I Want You to Rock Me (3:30)
3. Cryin’ (3:32)
4. American Dream (4:19)
5. Desperate (4:17)
6. One Night Alone (3:49)
7. Hell Raisers (4:27)
8. Love Made Me (3:18)
9. Waiting (3:12)
10. Cruisin’ (4:22)
11. Charmed Life (4:03)

VIXEN LIVE ALBUMS

Extended Versions

Released 2006

CD Track Listings:

1. Rev It Up (5:23)
2. On The Streets In Paradise (5:00)
3. How Much Love (5:56)
4. Love Made Me (3:25)
5. Love Is A Killer (5:26)
6. Little Voice (4:08)
7. Cryin’ (3:14)
8. I Want You To Rock Me (4:09)
9. Cruisin’ (5:26)
10. Edge of A Broken Heart (5:45)
11. Bad Reputation (4:44)

Live in Sweden

Released 2013

CD Track Listings:

1. Rev It Up
2. Streets In Paradise
3. How Much Love
4. Love Made Me
5. Anyway
6. Love Is A Killer
7. Little Voice
8. Not A Minute Too Soon
9. Cryin
10. Rock Me
11. Love Song
12. Cruisin
13. Edge Of A Broken Heart
14. Bad Reputation

Live Fire

Released 2018

CD Track Listings:

  1. Rev It Up.
  2. How Much Love.
  3. One Night Alone.
  4. Cryin’.
  5. Meet The Band.
  6. Rock Me.
  7. Streets In Paradise.
  8. I Don’t Need No Doctor – Humble Pie
  9. Love Is A Killer.
  10. Love Made Me.
  11. Big Brother
  12. Edge Of A Broken Heart.
  13. You Ought To Know By Now
  14. Edge Of A Broken Heart

VIXEN COMPILATION ALBUMS

The Best of Vixen: Full Throttle

Released 1998

CD Track Listings:

1. How Much Love (4:42)
2. Love Made Me (3:18)
3. Cryin’ (3:32)
4. Not a Minute Too Soon (4:26)
5. Charmed Life (4:06)
6. Love Is a Killer (4:45)
7. Edge of a Broken Heart (4:25)
8. Streets in Paradise (4:34)
9. I Want You to Rock Me (live) (4:47)
10. Fallen Hero (5:18)
11. Bad Reputation (4:10)
12. Give It Away (3:49)
13. Cruisin’ (4:21)

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