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|Under My Skin|
|Studio album by Stephen Pearcy|
|Released||July 22, 2008|
|Label||Top Fuel Records, Airline Records|
|Stephen Pearcy chronology|
Under My Skin is the third solo album by Stephen Pearcy, the founder, lead singer and songwriter of the rock band Ratt. Featured on the album is the single "Round and Round (Featuring The Donnas)" which is a remake of the 1984 Ratt hit "Round and Round". The album was released on July 22, 2008 by Top Fuel Records and Airline Records. The track "Are You Ready", like previous recordings "Drive With Me" and the rerecorded Arcade track "Hott Racin'", was heard on NHRA/ESPN 2. A video was done for "You're A lot Like Me" and "In Outta Love" was chosen as a single.
Stephen Eric Pearcy is an American musician. He is best known as the founder, singer, and songwriter of the heavy metal band Ratt. He has also created the bands Firedome, Crystal Pystal, Mickey Ratt and Ratt Arcade, Vicious Delite, Vertex. He has also recorded five records as a solo artist.
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