Steel Panther - 2011 - Balls out
01. In The Future
02. Supersonic Sex Machine
03. Just Like Tiger Woods
04. 17 Girls In A Row
05. If You Really, Really Love Me
06. It Won't Suck Itself
07. Tomorrow Night
08. Why Can't You Trust Me
09. That's What Girls Are For
10. Gold-Digging Whore
11. I Like Drugs
13. Let Me Cum In
14. Weenie Ride
Two years aftre their debut Steel Panther is fainally back with a new album !
The album is full of powerful, energising riffs; crazy guitar soloing, great choruses and fantastic vocals.
Fans of Motley Crue, Ratt and similar bands will love this album. This one is f.....ing amazing !!!!
Steel Panther are technically gifted musicians and have written some great songs on here.
The album opens up with "Into The Future" a tribute to Motley Crue's "shout at the devil", and presented by Comedian Dane Cook.
Then the band kicks right in with their most uptempo song "Supersonic Sex Machine" , this is a great way to get your blood pumping.
Next song is one of my personal favorites "Just Like Tiger Woods", it has a great heavy mid tempo groove in it.
Following these are the USA and UK singles "17 Girls In A Row", and "If You Really Really Love Me".
Next one is a great songs "It Wont Suck Itself" (featuring Chad Kroeger from Nickelback on guest vocals, and Extreme guitarist Nuno Bettencourt)
"Tomorrow Night" has a great heavy opening guitar riff, and another sing along chorus....
followed by the great power ballad "Why Can't You Trust Me".
The album continues with one hilarious rocking highlight after another. "Gold Digging Whore" another favorite will have you spelling it in classic P-U-S-S-Y fashion !
Steel Panther is a joke-band. But their musicianship and ability to write perfect retro commercial songs is not a joke at all.
They seem to execute this genre far better than a lot of ’80s hair metal bands did in their days.
All sounds big and polished here, masterfully produced and mixed.
I love this album's sense of humour and the fact that the music is also brilliantly written and executed.
Anyone who doesn't like this album has no sense of humour.
Michael Starr (Ralph Saenz) - lead vocals, acoustic guitars
Satchel (Russ Parrish) - guitars, backing vocals
Lexxi Foxxx (Travis Haley) - bass, backing vocals
Stix Zadinia (Darren Leader) - drums, percussion, backing vocals
Nuno Bettencourt - Guitar solo on 6
Chad Kroeger - Vocals on 6
Dane Cook - Speech on 1
Joe Lester - Backing Vocals