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Artist: Bret Michaels

Title: Jammin' With Friends

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2013

Label: Poor Boy Records

Catalog Number: PBD6525

Personnel

Bret Michaels vocal, guitar, harmonica
Michael Anthony bass
Ace Frehley guitar
Lil Jon vocals
The Shields Brothers backing vocals
Phil Collen guitar
Sal Costa guitar
Gary Rossington guitar
Rickey Medlocke guitar
Bobby Capps keyboards
Peter Keys piano, Programming
Brian Nutter guitar
Mark Mcgrath vocals
Jimmy Buffett vocals, guitar
Coral Reefer Band
Loretta Lynn vocals
Joe Perry guitar
Hugh Mcdonald bass
Frank Hannon guitar, Banjo
Robert Mason backing vocals
Scot Coogan backing vocals, percussion
Miley Cyrus vocals
Edwin Mccain vocals
Leslie West guitar
Jeffrey Steele backing vocals
Eric Brittingham bass
Jimmy Mcgorman guitar, bass, keyboards, backing vocals
Jaret Reddick vocals
Jason Miller Mixing
Cc Deville guitar
Randy Castillo drums
Mark Wills vocals
Chris Cagle vocals
Brad Arnold vocals

Tracks

1.  Nothin' But a Good Time    Cover: Poison
2.  Sweet Home Alabama    Cover: Lynyrd Skynyrd
3.  Talk Dirty to Me    Cover: Poison
4.  Get Your Rock On  
5.  Unskinny Bop    Cover: Poison
6.  The App Song  
7.  Every Rose Has Its Thorn    Cover: Poison
8.  Raine  
9.  Driven Rock Mix  
10.  Nothing to Lose  
11.  Sublime cover  
12.  What I Got  
13.  Go That Far Hybrid Mix  
14.  Fallen  
15.  Party Rock Band  
16.  You Know You Want It  
17.  Margaritaville live    Cover: Jimmy Buffet
18.  Every Rose Has Its Thorn country version    Cover: Poison
19.  Something to Believe In    Cover: Poison
20.  Nothin' But a Good Time classic rock version    Cover: Poison
21.  Get You Ride On  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Doug Date: September 3, 2013 at 14:55
Miley Cyrus, Loretta Lynn and Lil Jon on HH, now that has got to be a first.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 3, 2013 at 18:15
An absolutely horrible, half-assed disc from Bret Michaels, BIG SURPRISE! Even with soe legitimate stars, this is a disaster. Bret talks most of the lyrics, none of the songs live up to the originals, and the new songs are utter crap. "The App Song' and especially "You Know You Want It" are beyond embarrassing. The way this ass-clown continually rips off his moronic fans with subpar, rehashed product is shameful.

From: CC Date: September 5, 2013 at 11:04
The new songs on here are pretty good, although nothing truly great. The covers of Poison songs are mostly pointless, although nothing is terrible. The other covers I can take or leave. The only thing that pisses me off with this release is the same as all his last few albums, he keeps sticking songs on it from previous albums. I dont even want to think about how many albums Party rock band has been on now. Either give us an album of all new songs or just release a cheaper EP. Full price for an album thats full of stuff you already own is a joke.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 5, 2013 at 13:59
Really? "You Know You Want It," a good song? Are you serious? And why would he make the effort to do a full album of original songs when, quite obviously, he doesn't have to. His audience, mostly made up of vapid chicks who watch his garbage TV shows, demands nothing more from this lazy hack than that he "just be" Bret Michaels. Just show up and make pouty faces. And that's exactly what he gives them.

From: CC Date: September 5, 2013 at 18:14
Do I question your musical choices? I like the original songs, I dont have to defend myself. I like Bret Michaels and Poison. I am not a vapid chick. I just dont like this lazy arse tactic he uses for pushing out new albums. What I dont get is if you dislike him so much, why even bother listening to this?

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: September 5, 2013 at 18:53
Hey man,, feel free to question my musical choices. I don't care. I even welcome it. It's part of the fun. I actually heard the record broken down in brutal fashion on an Internet radio show, and jthe two hosts were a lot less kind than I was here. So, you really like Dance Club Bret on "You Know You Want It?"

From: MetalllianStallion Date: September 5, 2013 at 21:10
CC - If you where a "vapid chick" then you would be off the hook for your #100 ratings for the "Rock of Ages" soundtrack, Pretty Boy Floyd, and your 'Fozzy' reviews. Include 'My Darkest Days' credits of Ludacris & Mystikal giving additional rapper street cred to the ever expanding HH genres (do you feel it dawg?). 'Jammin’ With Friends' exists only because Michael's assumes that nobody has listened to his other solo albums(for good reason) as he continues to milk some reality show recognition into a paycheck. Michael's who IMO was a minimal talent (in his prime)is now the washed-up rocker goes country(with accent). The result as expected is a train wreck into the swamp-boogie hell. He also attempts the Kid Rock country-rap(hick-hop) route, rasping rhymes about making love on the beach. For years Michaels has been playing the same shell game with his solo material using a Miley Cyrus duet,“Nothing to Lose,” from 3 years ago. Time to put this one trick pony out to pasture.

From: MetalllianStallion Date: September 5, 2013 at 21:19
CC - If you where a "vapid chick" then you would be off the hook for your #100 ratings for the "Rock of Ages" soundtrack, Pretty Boy Floyd, and your 'Fozzy' reviews. Include 'My Darkest Days' credits of Ludacris & Mystikal giving additional rapper street cred to the ever expanding HH genres (do you feel it dawg?). 'Jammin’ With Friends' exists only because Michael's assumes that nobody has listened to his other solo albums(for good reason) as he continues to milk some reality show recognition into a paycheck. Michael's who IMO was a minimal talent (in his prime)is now the washed-up rocker goes country(with accent). The result as expected is a train wreck into the swamp-boogie hell. He also attempts the Kid Rock country-rap(hick-hop) route, rasping rhymes about making love on the beach. For years Michaels has been playing the same shell game with his solo material using a Miley Cyrus duet,“Nothing to Lose,” from 3 years ago. Time to put this one trick pony out to pasture.

From: dany69 Date: August 14, 2014 at 17:42
: MetalllianStallion you are just a fuckin loser body,,,cause your life is miserable,,,don't ever forget what Bret has make with Poison,,,and so much more too,,so fuck your shut up,,,GAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 14, 2014 at 21:39
Dany69, just a note: next time you cuss somebody out, you might want to be a little more proficient in their language.


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