Today’s Mixtape is all about giving thanks! So stick around for #thecult #ratt and #europe just to name a few.…
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Today we give thanks in many different ways, so stick around for Iron Maiden, Anthrax and Exxocet just to name a few…
As much as some songs are gonna be fun and we’re gonna rock out today, some are dedicated to and some are about indigenous people and how people have disrespected their ways and their lands all while doing it in Metal style!
Starting off today’s Hair Metal Mixtape is a band who pretty much dedicated their album to native Americans and who’s parents of the indigenous boy on the cover of this album sued the band for $60mill!
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GILBY CLARKE RELEASES NEW SINGLE “TIGHTWAD” FEATURING NIKKI SIXX AND STEPHEN PERKINS
“Tightwad” is the new single from Gilby Clarke, and the follow up to his recent singles “The Gospel Truth” and “Rock N’ Roll Is Getting Louder”. It was written around a guitar riff he came up with while trying out a new fuzz pedal. Lyrically, it was inspired by deceit, treachery and the creative extremes people will go through to get ahead. “Tightwad” features Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx on bass, and Stephen Perkins from Jane’s Addiction on drums.
“This song was written around a guitar riff I discovered while trying out a new fuzz pedal. Lyrically, I was inspired by deceit, treachery and the creative extremes people will go through to get ahead. I tried to get my message through with humor, but if it hits too close to home, maybe we all should take a closer look at ourselves and make improvements,” says Gilby.
“I was lucky to have some wonderful musician friends contribute to the recording of this track, Nikki Sixx and Stephen Perkins. Stephen, as always, came through with a beat that drives the song and Nikki found a cool bass groove that accentuates the feel I was looking for. I tried to get my message through with humor, but sometimes the truth hurts,” admits Clarke.
Released on October 26th, be sure to add “Tightwad” to your digital library by visiting the link in the show notes.
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