Over The Edge - 1988 - Enigma
Slave To The Thrill - 1990 - Enigma
Liquifury - 2001 - Frontiers

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S= Heaven & Earth, Tim Donahue, Air Pavillion, Eye, Robert Fleischmann, Unruly Child , Don Dokken>>KELLY HANSEN>>Heaven & Earth, Tim Donahue, Air Pavillion, Eye, Unruly Child, Robert Fleischmann, Don Dokken
G= Robert Sarzo - Mansffeld, Lion>>Doug Aldrich>>Solo, Dio, Whitesnake, Revolution Saints - SEAN MANNING - CARLOS VILLALOBOS>>Angry Chiwawah
B= Snow>>Tony Cavazo>>Snow - LARRY ANTONIO
D= Lita Ford, Badfinger, Unruly Child, Sircle Of Silence, Asia>>JAY SCHELLEN>>Unruly Child, Sircle Of Silence, Asia, Firewolfe

Hurricane was a notable Los Angeles band because it featured the younger brothers of famous heavy metal musicians from the Sarzo and Cavazo family. It was formed in 1983. The band went through several drummers and singers before settling on Schellen and Hansen. The line-up recorded the Take What You Want EP independently in 1986. This album was produced by Bob Ezrin and featured a cover of I'm 18. It entered the US top 100 charts. Aldrich replaced Robert Sarzo in 1989. Carlos Cavazo himself briefly replaced Aldrich. In 1990, there were press rumours that the label had censored Slave To The Thrill's cover artwork. Following Slave To The Thrill the band's label went bankrupt which was a factor in the break-up of the act. In the meanwhile, the band had toured with MSG, Cheap Trick, Iron Maiden and Stryper.

Frontiers Records would bring the band back in 2001, albeit with new guitarists. The band, featuring Robert Sarzo, who is the brother of bassist Rudy Sarzo, reformed again in 2007 and was working on new music.

The reformed Hurricane would play its comeback show on Saturday, July 2nd, 2011 at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California with Alcatrazz.