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Slashs Snakepit - Aint Life Grand (CDr, Album)

8 Replies to “ Slashs Snakepit - Aint Life Grand (CDr, Album) ”

  1. Nagor says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ain't Life Grand on Discogs/5(4).
  2. Dogrel says:
    The CD version of it adds a much better sound to the listening experience. Thank you! Tracks such as 'Ain't Life Grand', 'The Truth', 'Landslide' definitively stand out from the whole album songs set. Bonus tracks on the Japanese (JP) Edition are both welcomed and add some further groovy and melodic atmosphere to the whole songs set of the album/5(64).
  3. Moogulkree says:
    Ain’t Life Grand Slash’s Snakepit. Ain’t Life Grand Tracklist. 1. Been There Lately Lyrics. 2. Just Like Anything Lyrics. 3. Shine Album Credits. Producers Jack Douglas.
  4. JoJojas says:
    Ain't Life Grand is a follow-up to the It's Five O'Clock Somewhere CD released in March of with Slash being the only member of the original band to stay. Been There Lately- This song kicks off the cd with a nice build up and screams of "Oh Yeah, Alright" by Rod /5.
  5. Kigaktilar says:
    Oct 10,  · Find album release information for Ain't Life Grand - Slash's Snakepit on AllMusic. CD: Ain't Life Grand: Koch KOCCD CD: Find album release information for Ain't Life Grand - Slash's Snakepit on AllMusic.6/
  6. Nakora says:
    “Ain’t Life Grand” is the 10th track off the album of the same name, released in It’s the first song Slash wrote with Rod Jackson during a trip to New Orleans, and is based on a song that was.
  7. Mazulkis says:
    Download links and information about Slash - % Different Slash (CD1). This album was released in and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Punk, Punk Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 42 tracks with total duration of minutes.
  8. Jugar says:
    The second Slash's Snakepit album, Ain't Life Grand, reigns in the blues-rock jamming of It's Five O'Clock Somewhere in favor of a more song-oriented approach. New vocalist Rod Jackson is a combination of '80s pop-metal bluster and Faces-era Rod Stewart, which -- with more than a touch of Aerosmith added -- is actually a pretty accurate way to describe the band as well.6/

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