L.A. Guns: Cuts CD 1992. USA import. Great Gen X / Billy Idol, David Bowie, James Brown covers


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L.A. Guns Cuts
Label: Polydor 314 517 623-2
Format: CD, EP
Country: USA
Released: 1992
Genre: Hard Rock

1 Night Of The Cadillacs 3:19 [Gen X / Billy Idol cover]  http://chirb.it/GMEN7B  or  https://voca.ro/e2B00QJy3uB  
2 Suffragette City 3:22 [David Bowie cover]
3 Ain’t The Same ’92 4:16
4 Papas Got A Brand New Bag 3:29 [James Brown cover]
5 Killer Mahari 5:24

Barcode: 7 314-517623-2 1

Mick Cripps: guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, keyboards, string arrangements, backing vocals
Tracii Guns: lead guitar, acoustic guitars, slide guitar, backing vocals [also: Bret Michaels, Gilby Clarke, Bang Tango etc.]
Phil Lewis: lead vocals [Girl, Torme, etc.]
Kelly Nickels: bass, backing vocals
Steve Riley: drums, percussion, backing vocals [W.A.S.P., Bang Tango, etc]
Bones drums [Gypsy Rose]

Note: Steve Riley performs on “Ain’t the Same ’92”, “Papas Got a Brand New Bag” and “Killer Mahari”). He left the band in 1992 before the EP was finished. Michael “Bones” Gershima joined the band and recorded drums for the remaining tracks (“Night of the Cadillacs”, and “Sufragette City”). He is pictured 4th from left on the album cover (under Phil).

Its always neat to hear a song redone by someone else to see if they can do it better or ruin it. The Guns do a pretty good job on it I must say. “Ain’t the Same” is a great song. The original version of “Ain’t the Same” was recorded around 1991 and features saxophones. It was included as a bonus track on the Japanese version of “Hollywood Vampires.” Tte sax just does nothing for me and detracts from the song for me. So, this is e.p version, is far superior indeed.

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