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Doin Fine - Slashs Snakepit - Its Five O Clock Somewhere (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Doin' Fine is the 11th song off ’s “It’s Five O' Clock Somewhere”. Slash has said: “Doin' Fine” is just a party song. The concept came from when 20 of us lived at West Arkeen’s.
  2. Mar 17,  · from Slash's Snakepit album ''It's Five O'Clock Somewhere'' Slash -- lead & rhythm guitar, backing vocals, production Eric Dover -- lead vocals Gilby Clarke -- .
  3. Slash's Snakepit; It's Five O'Clock Somewhere; It's Five O'Clock Somewhere Buy album $ Slash's Snakepit Doin' Fine; ; ; $ Buy. 12; Be The Ball; ; ; $ Buy. 13; I Hate Everybody (But You) ; ; $ Buy. 0/14 $ ; Buy selected. Add to cart. Discography of Slash's Snakepit. Ain't Life Grand Slash's.
  4. During "Doin' Fine", you can hear Mike Inez banging on a TV screen during a party. The whole album was recorded within twenty days. The band also worked on three more songs that have neither been released nor been played live. It's Five O'Clock Somewhere sold over , .
  5. Unlike Axl Rose, who seems obsessed with verbalizing his deepest fears, Slash would rather let his fingers do the talking, an approach that has led to some remarkably expressive solos but hasn't told us much about the guitarist's inner life. It's Five O'Clock Somewhere doesn't alter that image much, either. Even though this is a Slash solo.
  6. Mar 17,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Slash's Snakepit - It's Five O'Clock Somewhere at Discogs. Complete your Slash's Snakepit collection/5().
  7. Lyrically, however, the album's themes; death, nihilism, defeatism, completely fit the cynical s. In short, it was an old-school sounding rock album updated for the times. Released in early '95, Slash called "It's Five O' Clock Somewhere," (paraphrasing) "the alternative to alternative."/5().
  8. Slash's Snakepit-It's Five O'Clock Somewhere *** For what it is and the audience it was aimed after It's Five O'Clock Somewhere is a nice bluesy rock n' roll album. What started out as a Slash side project turned into his full time band as he left Guns N' Roses during the recording on the album.

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