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Artist: Stephen Pearcy

Title: Under My Skin

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Airline Records

Catalog Number: AIRL 216

Personnel

Stephen Pearcy Vocals, Guitar
Erik Ferentinos Guitar, Bass
Fred Coury Drums
Matt Thorne Bass
Scott Coogan Drums
Dog Boy Drums

Tracks

1.  You're A Lot Like Me  
2.  Big Nothin'  
3.  Watcha Doin'  
4.  Time Slips Away  
5.  Under My Skin  
6.  In Outta Love  
7.  Here We Go Again  
8.  Bottoms Up  
9.  Are You Ready  
10.  Injector  
11.  Round & Round  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: sluss528 Date: July 11, 2009 at 15:00
man does this cd rock!!!!! if ratt's new one can rock like this we will have a winner. this is just straight up good ole' hard rock. pearcy sounds great and the guitar player rips!! his best solo for sure!!!!

From: CC Date: January 31, 2011 at 8:50
Well its better than Fueler, but thats really not saying much. The songs are often hard to tell apart as they sound so similar to each other. The writing on this is poor at best, and the playing/singing lacks any real conviction with everyone sounding like they are just going through the motions. Like Fueler, this one ends with a cover of Round and round, but this time its a great version rather than some horrible remixed/remodelled crap. It actually sounds like an exact copy of the original, with the exception of the fact that Stephen shares the vocals with Bret Anderson of The Donnas. Now as it lists it as Stepen with The Donnas, I have to assume that they are playing all the instruments as well. If so, it shows why this song actually sounds like the musicians give a damn.

From: CC Date: January 31, 2011 at 8:55
Thinking about it, I think Social intercourse is the only Pearcy solo album to not feature a version of Round and round.

From: 123charpenay Date: November 7, 2018 at 14:18
yes big sound ,big guitars ,but ....that s all.finally it s a mediocre album.the songs are short(3 minutes maximum)and not catchy.i ve the feeling that s a slapdash work.


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