As a debut album by former Guns N' Roses guitar-god, Slash, shows to a great extent just how much input on the sound of his former band. He brings this style to "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere". It's brash, occasionally rough, bluesy, but definately rock and roll. Just so you know, the hignlights of this record are Neither Can I, Dime Store Rock, Beggars and Hangers On, and a few more. His attempt at a love song in I Hate Everybody (But You), dedicated to his former wife, Renee, is okay as well. Pick this one up is you dig Guns N' Roses and Slash's bluesy rock style, you will be happy with the purchase.
01 Neither Can I 02 Dime Store Rock 03 Beggars & Hangers-on 04 Good To Be Alive 05 What Do You Want To Be 06 Monkey Chow 07 Soma City Ward 08 Jizz Da Pit 09 Lower 10 Take It Away 11 Doin' Fine 12 Be The Ball
13 I Hate Everybody (but You) 14 Back And Forth Again