Infestation (Roadrunner)



Infestation (Roadrunner)

Invasion of Your Privacy starter pistol "You're in Love" (July 1985) makes a quarter-century comeback on Infestation leader "Eat Me Up Alive," tag-teamed with the VH1 roundhouse of "Best of Me." Power base Stephen Pearcy (cat-scratch vox), Warren DeMartini and Carlos Cavazo (slash and burn), and original beat master Bobby Blotzer re-up their peak Point Break on "A Little Too Much" and pole-humper's heyday "Look Out Below" ("she's a devil, but I like that ass"). Not a whisker out of place.


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