Frontman Jizzy Pearl, hit the scene in the early nineties with his band Love/Hate with a distinct brand of sleaze rock and a reputation for breaking the rules, and later went on to front LA Guns, Ratt, and even Quiet Riot.
The Pure Rock Shop caught up with Jizzy for this interview on WNJR 91.7 FM in Washington to talk about his long-awaited solo release All You Need is Soul which become available on May 11th on Frontiers. We’ve all heard about his publicity stunt on the Hollywood sign, but listen in to learn about another hoax that he actually got talked out of…
1) You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone
2) Comin’ Home To The Bone
3) High For An Eye
4) All You Need Is Soul
5) House Of Sin
8) When The Devil Comes
9) You Don’t Know What It’s Like
10) It Doesn’t Matter
11) Little Treasures
12) Mr. Jimmy
More About the Album:
The unmistakable voice from one of the most loved hard rock bands of the early 1990’s is returning this May. Jizzy Pearl of Love/Hate is back with his new solo album ‘All You Need Is Soul’.
“In my opinion this is the best record I’ve done since ‘Blackout in the Red Room.’, says Jizzy. “It captures all the energy and power of that album with great songs, high energy vocals, big drums courtesy of Dave Moreno (Puddle of Mudd) and amazing guitars from Love/Hate guitarist Darren Housholder.”
From the opening vocals of blistering first song ‘You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone’ to the effortlessly cool album closer ‘Mr Jimmy’, Jizzy’s new record is brimming with fresh new music that’s easily recognizable whilst contemporary in its delivery. Listen closer and you’ll discover the hard-rocking groove of ‘High For An Eye’, the funk rock of album title track ‘All You Need Is Soul’ and many more new favorites. Make no mistake, Jizzy Pearl has returned and he’s better than ever.
Jizzy Pearl and Love/Hate burst onto the scene in 1990 with the debut album ‘Blackout In The Red Room’ and proceeded to take the UK by storm with Best Album of the Year from Kerrang! and Metal Hammer magazines. Playing sold out shows and opening for Skid Row, AC/DC and Dio put Love/Hate on the map. MTV hits ‘Why Do You Think They Call It Dope, ‘She’s An Angel and the band’s follow up album ‘Wasted In America’ has ensured a loyal following to this day.
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