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Artist: The Joe Perry Project

Title: I've Got The Rock 'n' Rolls Again

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1981

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: CK-37364

Personnel

Joe Perry Guitar, Vocals
Ronnie Stewart Drums, Percussion
Charlie Farren Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
David Hull Bass, Vocals

Tracks

1.  East Coast, West Coast  
2.  No Substitute For Arrogance  
3.  I've Got The Rock 'n' Rolls Again  
4.  Buzz Buzz  
5.  Soldier Of Fortune  
6.  TV Police  
7.  Listen To The Rock  
8.  Dirty Little Things  
9.  Play The Game  
10.  South Station Blues  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: March 10, 2004 at 5:29
The 2nd installment of the Joe Perry Project and my favourite of the 3. Again the same Aerosmith swagger as the 1st cd but with slightly catchier songs, the title track, buzz buzz, east coast west coast are all superb. South station blues is simply awesome and Aint no substitute is the sleaziest of rockers. If you love early Aerosmith and nasty, rock that bumps and grinds then this for you.

From: Scott Date: March 11, 2004 at 12:36
Perry not content with making solo Aersomith records changes gears slightly to give us one charged guitar album. I remember reading a review somewhere that said, "this is one loud, destructive jam!" Good description, could not have said it better myself. There are four heavy rockers in "East Coast, West Coast," "Soldier of Fortune," "South Station Blues," and the manic "Once A Rocker. "No Substitute for Ignorance," has some of the worst vocals I have ever heard.

From: Scott Date: March 11, 2004 at 12:37
Actually I sort of wish Joe would just sing all his own songs. Joe Perry's vocals remind me of Ace Frehley, another guitar legend, who has that "can't sing/don't care" vocal style that somehow just works. On a side note, "Buzz, Buzz" had previously been recorded by bassist David Hull's band Dirty Angels. Singer Ralph Morman recorded an album titled "We Come to Play" for Capitol Records with Punky Meadows and Mickey Jones (of Angel fame) in Bux."South Station Blues" also showed up on the Aersomit

From: rick kerch vzla Date: January 25, 2015 at 15:25
This is like a mix of Aerosmith with a Ramones-ish sound incorporated ...tracks 1,3,6,7 & 10 are fine ones...not a bad album but neither an essential one...70/100


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