When Slaughter emerged in the early 90?s, "popular" rock music was quickly evolving and fragmenting into different directions. The glam era had run its course and rock fans once again searched to embrace new and creative artists. They looked for bands who could not only write great songs but those who could equally deliver them live on stage. Slaughter?s image and talents were a natural fit and they immediately connected with the fans, radio, MTV, VH1, and the press. Then and Now highlights the songs that contributed to Slaughter?s success story and reflects why their music still has widespread appeal today.