Faster Pussycat will bring their brand of Sleaze Rock to the LES with this sure to be fun appearance at the Bowery Electric. Also appearing will be Wildstreet, Nasty Things and Streetlight Circus. This show is 21+ with proper ID.
Faster Pussycat will deliver their Trash Rock goods in Brooklyn at the SVB. This event is 21+ with proper ID.
Celebrating 30 Years of Sleaze, the Pussycat is back in NYC.
The first ever Food Truck and Rock Carnival is here and its going to be loaded for all you Foodies and Fans of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. The three day experience continues today with its second day. The live music for today comes care of SLASH feat Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators; Three Days Grace; Black Label Society; Pop Evil, Puddle of Mudd; Sevendust; Skid Row; Otherwise; Faster Pussycat; Stephen Pearcy of Ratt; Kings X; Gilby Clarke; Edgar Cayce; Kix and a Q&A with Eddie Trunk.
TRIBUTE STAGE: RATM2 (Rage Against The Machine); Schism (Tool)
*** Please note that the Food Truck and Carnival area are free to enter but edibles and rides will cost a few bucks. The concert area is where the pricing structure has levels.
Artist: Various Artists
Title: “Monster Ballads Xmas”
Label: Razor & Tie Music
Release Date: 9/11/2007
Genre: Holiday Rock
So you’ve outgrown your “Alvin & The Chipmunks Christmas” album and with age you were more inspired by the heavier side of things which makes a “Celine Dion Christmas” practically useless when you need a dose of holiday tunes with a little Metal edge to them. Well look no further boys and girls because the folks that gave us “Monster Ballads” have delivered a present wrapped in leather and spikes in the form of “Monster Ballads Xmas”. The premise is a whole lot of fun since it takes a number of the eighties Hard Rock heroes and lets them deliver the jingle and the jangle in a distinctive Metal fashion. It begins with Skid Row and while a couple of the lines are changed around the song is a quasi-Punk jam that was quite interesting and the perfect way to open the CD. Winger follows next with his rendition of John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas (War Is Over)”, and I admit that I was hesitant at first but found the manner in which Kip and company did it to be a great success. I am sure John smiles from the beyond with how classy this one was done. Jani Lane’s contribution didn’t appeal to me much since it was very close to the way Twisted Sister did it on their full-length Christmas album and we get a sample of it next. Metal fans should look into that release as a must have for the Heavy Holidays without a doubt.
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