Bluesy rock with a distinctly mid-'80s production aesthetic, the Firm was
Jimmy Page's first sustained project after Led Zeppelin broke up in 1980. With Paul
Rodgers of Bad Company and rounded out by the rhythm section
of ... more drummer Chris Slade and bass player Tony Franklin, the band released two
fairly successful records -- 1985's "The Firm" and 1986's "Mean Business" --
before calling it a day.