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|Joe Project Perry|
I've Got the Rock N Rolls Again
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
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The Joe Perry Project has the Rock and Rolls again...
Sean Parauka | Orange, CT United States | 12/31/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"After Joe's first solo album "Let The Music Do The Talking" was a success, he went back in the studio in '81 and with a new singer Charlie Farren. Together they wrote some great new songs. Joe as always puts his best in his work and he pulled out more guitar licks and riffs that are amazing. While the first album was really loud hard rock and bluesy, this next album is more back to Joe's original Rock and Roll roots. The opener "East Coast, West Coast" written and sung by Farren is a great song to open a great album. The song is very catchy and fast tone. "In the east coast, in the west coast. Trough the middle of the city. In the north shore, in the south shore. Through the middle of the commonwealth I will be rockin' for you. I will be rockin' for you. I will be rock and a rollin' for you." The song has a great guitar solo by Joe and great ryhtem riffs by Farren, Hull and Stewart. The title track, "I've Got The Rock and Rolls Again" is a generally good solid tune. It starts out with a bluesy guitar solo and then Charlie kicks in with the lead vocals and then a fast drum beat by Stewart.As a special addition, David Hull (Bass) also sings two songs on the album, "Buzz Buzz", and "Dirty Little Things". The first of his two tracks, "Buzz Buzz" is AN AWSOME TUNE! Really cool guitar riffs and drum beats. Real catchy lyrics. Hull did a great job on this song. It's a masterpiece. His other track, "Dirty Little Things" is another great tune. A decent riff and beat. His first track "Buzz Buzz" is way better. The last two closers, "Play The Game" and "South Station Blues" are excellent. The first one "Play The Game" is low-tone and a somewhat slow rocker. It's a pretty good piece of work. Last but not least, "South Station Blues," Joe's masterpiece. This song is undoubtedly one of his greatest songs. He did lead vocals and put some of his all-time greatest riffs. The song starts out with a acoustic bass guitar solo and then the music kicks in after Joe starts singing with his excellent voice. This album is Joe's greatest solo album along with "Let The Music Do The Talking." The lead singer change on the first album of Ralph Morman to Charlie Farren on the second album was great (even though Morman did good). This is a MASTERPIECE! Get into the Rock and Rolls again and buy this album."
Cainan | Loganton, Pa. United States | 02/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"All of Joe Perry's Solo stuff rocks. This is no exeption. I love all his solo albums the same. In my opinion he's better here than in Aerosmith, but don't get me wrong I love Aerosmith.
This is how I rate The Songs:
1-East Coast, West Coast 10/10
2-No Sub. For Arrogence 9/10
3-I've Got The Rock N Rolls Agian 10/10
4-Buzz Buzz 10/10
5- Soldier of Fortune 10/10
6-TV Police 9/10
7-Listen To The Rock 8/10
8-Dirty Little Things 8/10
9-Play The Game 9/10
10-South Station Blues 10/10
If you love Rock N Roll This is a must get"
.Richard | england | 01/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"joe perry has got the rock and rolls again this album is a stunninn' masterclass of riffs vocals to scratch your ears till they bleed and a drummer who never stops to breathe
on rhythm guitar you got-Charlie Farren and vocals
on lead guitar vocals-joe perry
david hull on bass
Ronnie Stewart on drums and percussion
the whole escence of the band..is up there with aerosmith
you won't miss steven tyler on vocals because some solo projects you just want to hear the orignal bands singer..but this album has all..a superb album that is a common played album to annoy the neighbours
my favorite tracks from this album are buzz buzz
south station blues, TV police solider of fortune no substitute for arrogrance
a classic hard rock album from the man behind aerosmith.."