Slash's Snakepit ‎– Ain't Life Grand

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Edel Records ‎– 0118752ERE, Koch Records ‎– 0118752ERE
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1 Been There Lately 4:29
2 Just Like Anything 4:23
3 Shine 5:20
4 Mean Bone
Rap – Raya Beam
4:40
5 Back To The Moment 5:33
6 Life's Sweet Drug 3:53
7 Serial Killer
Backing Vocals [Kids] – Alex Munoz, Joanna Schumann, Layal Ghosen, Nadine Ruiz, Nishuan Ruiz, Vanessa Schumann
6:18
8 The Truth 5:17
9 Landslide 5:29
10 Ain't Life Grand 4:53
11 Speed Parade 3:52
12 The Alien 4:26

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Recorded at Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, CA. and Snakepit Studios, Beverley Hills, CA.
Mixed at Manhattan Center Studios, NY, NY. and Chung King Studios, NY, NY.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 029758 187524
  • Label Code: LC 01666
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A039544-01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L572
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9713
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
koc-cd-8198 Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand(CD, Album) Koch Records koc-cd-8198 US 2000 Sell This Version
333 802 Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand(CD, Album) Koch Records 333 802 Austria 2000 Sell This Version
none Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand(CDr, Album, Promo) Koch Records none US 2000 Sell This Version
2001-2 Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand(CD, Album) Sum Records (2) 2001-2 Brazil 2001 Sell This Version
899312229012 Slash's Snakepit Ain't Life Grand(CD, Album) Edel Records, Koch Records 899312229012 Indonesia 2000 Sell This Version

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Rick_Mayer

Rick_Mayer

March 27, 2016
Appetite It Ain't - But It Ain't Bad!

Forget Slash's signature guitar playing, it's Rod Jackson's vocals that are front and center. The album pays homage to seventies rockers Aerosmith and Alice Cooper for the most part. 'Serial Killer' is a throwback to Alice's 'Welcome To My Nightmare' days and 'Speed Parade' is definitely an Aerosmith-tinged rocker. The unfortunate thing when playing this album is the ebb and flow and lack of consistency from track to track. Listeners are taken for a bumpy ride with classic soul-injected rockers like the title track and 'Back to the Moment' spread out between a mish-mash of post-grunge / retro rock. If only Slash had made better use of vocalist Jackson then chances are there would be no talk of reuniting Guns.