Right Between the Eyes is a 1989 album by the band Icon. It marked a number of changes for the band Icon. The first of which was a new record label, Megaforce Worldwide/Atlantic Records. Then a new vocalist for the band. Jerry Harrison, who brought a new vocal and writing style to the band. Third was a new guitar player, Drew Bollmann, who was listed as a member, pictured and toured with the band although he did not actually play on the album which was finished before he joined. The album was produced by guitarist Dan Wexler along with radio personality Ed Trunk and Dan Zelisko, and featured cameo vocals by shock rock star Alice Cooper on "Two for the Road" and "Holy Man's War". For this album Icon toured with, among others, Ace Frehley of Kiss fame and Electric Angels in the US, and with King's X in the UK. For the last part of the tour, David Lauser of Sammy Hagars band replaced drummer Dixon. The video for the first single "Taking My Breath Away" was played on MTV´s Headbangers Ball in Europe and the US.