Glitter 4 Your Soul

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Glitter For Your Soul
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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 5, 2003
Recorded1999 - 2003
Genre Glam rock, punk rock, hard rock
Label Slave To The Rhythm Productions, Inc
Rikki Rockett chronology
Glitter For Your Soul
(2003)
Devil City Angels
(2015)

Glitter 4 Your Soul is the debut studio album by Poison drummer Rikki Rockett, released in 2003 (and reissued in 2008). The record features former Poison band member Blues Saraceno on guitars also Poison front man Bret Michaels provides lead vocals for "Tear it Down" and Rikki Rockett himself sings his first lead vocal on "Life's a Gas." The rest of the lead vocals are performed by Rikki's friends (other L.A musicians) such as Marc Minarik from Zenjin, Lucy Levinsohn from Evolove and Dick Swagger from The Hollywood Stones. The album is a tribute to 1970s glam rock. [1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Action" (Sweet cover (06:02)
  2. "Fame" (David Bowie cover) (04:47)
  3. "Do You Wanna Touch Me" (Gary Glitter cover) (03:56)
  4. "Tear It Down" (Starz cover) (07:04)
  5. "Elected" (Alice Cooper cover) (02:49)
  6. "Trash" (New York Dolls cover) (06:16)
  7. "All the Way from Memphis" (Mott The Hoople cover) (03:28)
  8. "Rock On" (David Essex cover) (04:06)
  9. "Can You Feel It" (Angel cover) (03:44)
  10. "Life's a Gas" (T. Rex cover) (05:06)
  11. "Star Star" (The Rolling Stones cover) (09:00)

Personnel

Guest musicians

Guest lead vocal performances

Guest backing vocals

Production

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References

  1. "Glitter 4 Your Soul". Sputnikmusic.com.
  2. "Glitter 4 Your Soul". Myspace.com.