Stephen Pearcy's "SMASH" solo release review The Music Room.

Mr. Stephen Pearcy, the one and only voice of Ratt, has just released his latest solo album, “Smash.” The thirteen song collection will more than satisfy your craving for honest to goodness, down and dirty rock n’ roll. “Smash” also proves that after thirty-five years in the business, Stephen Pearcy has still got the goods. The album is packed with big riffs and catchy melodies that will be stuck in your head after the first listen. The record does not take long to get going, as the second track, “Ten Miles Wide,” elevates this record to kick ass status. From there Pearcy does not relent as he delivers one solid track after another building to my personal favorite, “Hit Me with a Bullet.” The album does not let down from there. Keep listening for the gems, “What Do You Think” and “I Can’t Take it.” The album features one ballad, the final song on the record, “Summers End.”

So, if you find yourself saying that there are no good rock n’ roll records being made anymore, look no further….Stephen Pearcy has made on with “Smash.” Pearcy manages to capture the essence of the music that we loved from the ’80’s while making it sound current and fresh in 2017. Whether it be with Ratt, Arcade, or as a solo artist. Stephen Pearcy continues to be every bit the icon that he was thirty five years ago.
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