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It's Five O'Clock Somewhere


  • 1. Neither Can I
    2. Dime Store Rock
    3. Beggars & Hangers-on
    4. Good to Be Alive
    5. What Do You Want to Be
    6. Monkey Chow
    7. Soma City Ward
    8. Jizz da Pit - (TRUE instrumental)
    9. Lower
    10. Take It Away
    11. Doin' Fine
    12. Be the Ball
    13. I Hate Everybody (But You)
    14. Back and Forth Again
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 24730

  • Credits
    ProducerMike Clink; Slash
    EngineerMike Clink

    Slash's Snakepit: Eric Dover (vocals); Slash (guitar, background vocals); Mike Inez (bass, background vocals); Matt Sorum (drums).
    Additional personnel: Gilby Clarke (guitar, background vocals); Ted Andreadis (harmonica); Dizzy Reed (keyboards, background vocals); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Party Girls (background vocals).
    Personnel: Slash (guitar).
    Slash's Snakepit is Guns N' Roses with a different bass player and singer, which means Guns N' Roses without its resident punk-rock fan and its hyper-dramatic rock-epic voice. Which leaves a classic two-guitar hard-rock band, steeped in Southern boogie and fronted, appropriately, by a singer whose role models are such '70s gravel-mouths-with-soul as Rod Stewart and Paul Rodgers. This is a classic-rock homagerie, a proudly unoriginal band that can coil around a classic riff as quickly and dangerously as snakes around prey. On "Dime Store Rock," they're the ghosts of ZZ Top; on the compact "I Hate Everybody (But You)" they're a monument to melodic hard-rock guitar; and on "Beggars & Hangers-On" they're the lost Southern rock balladeers that the Black Crowes have been looking for lately.

  • Critic Reviews
    Rolling Stone (2/23/95, pp.71-72) - 3.5 Stars - Very Good - "...most of what slithers out of the Snakepit emphasizes the playing....[Slash] lavishes his creative energy on the rhythm riffs and instrumental arrangements, working and reworking them until each line seems to snake out and coil back..."
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