Black 'N Blue - Nasty, Nasty mp3 album

38:25
Black 'N Blue - Nasty, Nasty mp3 album
Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Black 'N Blue
  • Title:
    Nasty, Nasty
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal
  • Duration:
    38:25
  • Recording Location:
    Baby-O Recorders
Black 'N Blue - Nasty, Nasty mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1674 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1284 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1981 mb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    317
  • Formats:
    WAV MPC ADX MP2 XM VOX

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Nasty Nasty Jaime St. James / Tommy Thayer Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 4:29
2 I Want It All (I Want It Now) Jaime St. James / Tommy Thayer Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 4:25
3 Does She or Doesn't She Tommy Thayer Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 4:18
4 Kiss of Death Pete Holmes / Jaime St. James / Tommy Thayer / Patrick Young Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 5:04
5 12 O'Clock High Pete Holmes / Jaime St. James / Tommy Thayer / Patrick Young Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 3:41
6 Do What You Wanna Do Pete Holmes / Jaime St. James / Tommy Thayer / Patrick Young Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 4:14
7 I'll Be There for You Jonathan Cain Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 3:47
8 Rules Jaime St. James Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 3:40
9 Best in the West Pete Holmes / Jaime St. James / Tommy Thayer / Patrick Young Black 'N Blue feat: Black N Blue 4:47

Credits

Duane Baron - Drum Engineering
Black 'N Blue - Primary Artist
Black N Blue - Primary Artist
Jonathan Cain - Composer, Producer
Mickey Davis - Engineer
Val Garay - Mixing
Geoff Gillespie - A&R
Larry Hinds - Engineer
Pete Holmes - Composer, Drums
Dave Reynolds - Liner Notes
Jaime St. James - Composer, Vocals
Gene Simmons - Producer
Tommy Thayer - Composer, Guitar
Jef "Woop" Warner - Guitar
Patrick Young - Bass, Composer



Shliffiana
Produced by Gene Simmons of Kiss, NASTY, NASTY contains some very spirited and aggressive performances by the band. However, it becomes fairly obvious after just a few tracks their material just doesn't have much in the way of substance. Of all the tracks on this record only "Kiss of Death" even raises an eyebrow for me. Sounds like Gene borrowed the main riffs from "Nasty Nasty" for Kiss' "Domino" a few years later. Also, Peter Criss makes a guest vocal appearance on "Best In The West".I was at least a little hopeful when I heard the band's intensity on the first four songs. By the time I got to the ridiculous "Do What You Wanna Do", it was all over for me. Jaime St. James sings: “Don't ya know / I love sex and rock n' roll / Yeah, yeah, yeah I want it all / I'm getting' old / I don't like Cheerios / You know what I need to start my day.” Need I say more? “I'll Be There For You" issues the final death blow for any remote chance that I'd ever want to hear this album again. Ugh!