Love/Hate - Blackout In The Red Room - CD
Fully remastered, 3 bonus tracks, 3,500 word essay, enhanced artwork, rare photos and new inter-views.
Fronted by wild man of rock Jizzy Pearl, whose twisted vocal is as powerful as it is different, the band courted a similar audience to such as Skid Row, the Wildhearts, and Faith No More.
This was rough-hewn music, big on monstrous riffs and lashings of guitar work, with Pearl spitting out lyrics that seemed to evoke images of a world in chaos. Issued in early 1990, and produced by veteran studio wizard Tom Werman (Cheap Trick, Ted Nugent, Twisted Sister) the album contained a brace of rapid fire tracks, spearheaded by the anthemic ‘Black Out In The Red Room’, a considerable turntable hit and a song that set Love/Hate apart from the competition.