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Artist: Bret Michaels

Title: Rock My World

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: VH1 Classics Records

Catalog Number: VH00121


Bret Michaels vocals, guitar, harmonica
Pete Evick guitar, vocals
Ray Scheuring bass
Chuck Fanslau drums
Rachel Melnykovich vocals
Rob Jozwiak keyboards
Jimmy Mcgorma guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals
Dave Allen drums
Jamie Laritz drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, Mandolin, Dobro
Shawn Hughes drums
Eric Brittingham bass
Rusty Danmyer Steel guitar
Renee Truex Violin
Jeffrey Steele vocals
Jessica Andrews vocals
Kim Everett vocals
Darien Keith Thompson vocals
Marcel vocals
Cliff Calabro guitar, bass, drums, vocals
Christy Calabro guitar, bass, vocals
Jeremy Rubolino bass, keyboards, vocals, Strings
Reynaldo Felicio drums
Mark Castrillon vocals
Vanessa Calabro vocals
Brett Chasen
Todd Santos
Gary Smallwood
Marco Gonzalez


1.  Go That Far  2:53
2.  Driven  3:03
3.  Fallen  3:43
4.  Raine  3:54
5.  Bittersweet  3:23
6.  Start Again  3:17
7.  Songs of Life  3:14
8.  Strange Sensation  2:57
9.  All I Ever Needed  3:31
10.  Menace to Society  2:49
11.  Right Now, Right Here  3:24
12.  It's My Party (2008 Mix)  3:00
Total Running Time:  39:08

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Existing comments about this CD

From: metalmastermusic Date: July 7, 2008 at 7:59
Get off the rock Brett.....just admit it you are much better with the Poison cast than this. 60/100

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: July 7, 2008 at 15:57
Totally aside from the fact that i've grown to absolutely hate this guy over the years, this is a sorry excuse for a record, being pimped to the floozies who watched his pathetic joke of a TV show. Just a compilation of his lame solo material, which sucks even worse than Poison.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 31, 2008 at 1:07
"Raine" still sounds beautiful after all these years...the tv show did not well 2 him at all...kind of a clown that could not find the woman of his life???...what a pathetic lie!!!...it was just 4 the money???...you don't need that kind of publicity in your life dude.About the album...is ok..kinda like it...old stuff but still fresh to listen to...but i'd rather you did something new instead of this "pseudo compilation".80/100

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