Enuff Z'nuff

Enuff Z'Nuff is an American rock band formed in 1984 in Blue Island, Illinois. They gained a loyal following with their energetic live performances and released their first demo songs, some of which were later officially released. Their debut single, "Fingers On It," gained recognition when it was featured in the cult movie Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.

In 1989, Enuff Z'Nuff released their self-titled debut album on Atco Records. The band consisted of founding members *Donnie Vie* and *Chip Z'Nuff*, along with guitarist Derek Frigo and drummer Vik "Vikki" Foxx. Their second album, Strength, was released in 1991 to positive reviews but did not achieve the same commercial success as their debut.

After filing bankruptcy and leaving Atco Records, Enuff Z'Nuff signed with Arista Records and released Animals With Human Intelligence in 1993. Despite critical acclaim, the album failed to sell well. Drummer Vikki Foxx left the band before its release to join Vince Neil's solo band, being replaced by Ricky Parent.

The band faced further changes when they were dropped from Arista Records and guitarist Derek Frigo departed. Lead singer Donnie Vie stopped touring with Enuff Z'Nuff in 2002 to pursue a solo career. The band continued as a three-piece with lead guitarist Johnny Monaco also taking on vocal


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