Music video by Steel Panther performing Fat Girl. (C) 2009 Universal Republic Records
Steel Panther is a glam metal band from Los Angeles, California and are mostly known for their profane and humorous lyrics. Formed in 2000, the band has formerly been known as Danger Kitty, Metal Shop and Metal Skool.
Feel the Steel is the second album by hard rock/glam metal band Steel Panther, and their debut major label release. The tracks "Fat Girl", "Stripper Girl" and "Hell's On Fire" are re-recordings from the 2003 debut album Hole Patrol while "Death To All But Metal" is a re-recording from their 2004 contribution to the Metal Sludge compilation Hey That's What I Call Sludge! Vol. 1. Unlike the debut album and their Metal Sludge compilation tracks, Feel The Steel is composed entirely of songs, lacking any spoken word comedy skits present on earlier releases. The video for "Death To All But Metal" features comedian Sarah Silverman. The album debuted on #123 and peaked at #98 on the Billboard 200 chart and peaked at #1 on the Billboard Top Comedy Albums chart.
The album was released June 8, 2009 in the UK, October 6 in North America and December 11 in Australia.
Fat Girl (Thar She Blows) - The Video is the first home DVD by American glam metal band Steel Panther then-known as Metal Skool (formerly known as Danger Kitty and Metal Shop) and released in 2005. Directed by Dean Cameron, it features the music video for Fat Girl (Thar She Blows) taken from their debut album Hole Patrol (which was re-recorded for their second album Feel the Steel in 2009) as well as out-takes, interviews, alternate-takes, back-stage antics and behind the scenes footage of the band. The DVD was discontinued when the band changed their name to Steel Panther in late 2005. It was sold on both the band's website and Metal Sludge.
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