On Ain’t Life Grand, the follow-up to Slash’s Snakepit’s ‘95 debut, Slash’s playing is as flashily incendiary as ever, but the songs and arrangements recycle hard-rock cliches worthier of Ratt than of a bona fide guitar god. Dime-a-dozen singer Rod Jackson, a disciple of the stuck-pig school of ’80s hard-rock vocalists, doesn’t help. It needn’t be Axl, but Slash requires a foil. C
Ain't Life Grand On Ain't Life Grand, the follow-up to Slash's Snakepit's '95 debut, Slash's playing is as flashily incendiary as ever, but the songs...Ain't Life GrandRock On Ain't Life Grand, the follow-up to Slash's Snakepit's '95 debut, Slash's playing is as flashily incendiary as ever, but the songs...2000-10-20
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Koch
Posted October 20 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
- Mark Hamill to return as The Joker for 'The Killing Joke'
- Hugh Jackman shares final ‘Wolverine’ teaser image
- Casting Net: Morgan Freeman leads up action film 'Down to a Sunless Sea'
- 'The Bachelorette': And the 'winner' is...
- Richard Linklater in talks to direct Jennifer Lawrence in 'The Rosie Project'
- 'All the Bright Places' starring Elle Fanning finds its director
- HBO developing new Wild West drama series 'Untamed'
- Stars go back to work! 'Scandal,' 'Arrow,' 'The Good Wife,' more return to set
- Charlie Hunnam and Excalibur glisten in 'King Arthur' first look photos
- Here are the 2015 games we're looking forward to most
- #50Scoops50Days: Keep up with the latest in fall TV news
- Ashley Madison profiles for TV's most famous adulterers
- Matthew & Keri, Katy Perry, Cate Blanchett & More!