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Artist: Stephen Pearcy

Title: View to a Thrill

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2018

Label: Frontiers Records

Catalog Number: FRCD896

Personnel

Stephen Pearcy vocals
Erik Ferentinos guitar, backing vocals, keyboards
Matt Thorne bass, keyboards, backing vocals
Scott Coogan drums

Tracks

1.  U Only Live Twice     Listen
2.  Sky Falling     Listen
3.  Malibu     Listen
4.  One In A Million     Listen
5.  Double Shot     Listen
6.  Secrets To Tell     Listen
7.  Not Killin Me     Listen
8.  Dangerous Thing     Listen
9.  I'm A Ratt     Listen
10.  From The Inside     Listen
11.  Violator     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 123charpenay Date: November 9, 2018 at 11:13
stephen pearcy make some progress.all their last solo s realise are average.here it s not perfect but it s better.on 11 tracks only 4 or 5 fillers.the rest smell good the glory days of ratt.

From: MetalllianStallion Date: November 12, 2018 at 6:41
If you have been keeping up with the band formerly known as RATT train wreck. I saw review of Stephen Pearcy/ Juan Croucer lineup and he said Pearcy had the stage moves of a homeless guy and the the charisma of a walmart clerk. Pearcy even recently made a public apology because his live performance was so bad, mumbling and falling. Let's be honest Pearcy was never great live, but now it's easy to see why DeMartini has bowed out. This album has a couple decent opening tracks, and is a tad better than Smash. Ratt's last album Infestation was pretty good all things considered, but now it looks like a ratt race to the bottom.

From: Metal T Date: December 16, 2019 at 0:03
Like 'Smash' a little better than this one,but overall he's moving in the right direction with his solo stuff as well as taking back command of RATT-as it should be.The further in the rearview mirror 'Fueler' gets - the better! Good stuff!


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