STEEL PANTHER “Feel The Steel” /CD/

The debut full-length studio album by American Glam Metal band.
Hair Metal is still alive! Taking debauchery to the next level for their debut, Steel Panther gather inspiration from Warrant, Poison, and Mötley Crüe and pretend to be a Metal band with two primal desires: rocking faces and scoring chicks. Metal satire is a well-traveled road, with Bad News, Spinal Tap, and Tenacious D, all taking their respective turns portraying lunkheaded Metalheads.
Metal references fly out of every corner, with nods to the Def Leppard ultra-processed "whoa oh" sound, Richie Sambora's "Bad Medicine" guitar talk box intro, and a slapping acoustic ode to Extreme's definitive power ballad, "More Than Words". Steel Panther's ability to create songs that sound like they came from 1987 is commendable.
Tracks "Fat Girl", "Stripper Girl" and "Hell's On Fire" are re-recordings from the band's 2003 EP Hole Patrol (which was released under their old name Metal Shop), while "Death to All But Metal" is a re-recording from their 2004 contribution to the Metal Sludge compilation "Hey That's What I Call Sludge! Vol. 1".
The album debuted on #123 and peaked at #98 on the Billboard 200 chart, as well as peaked at #1 on the Billboard Top Comedy Albums chart.
Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc., 2009 (B0012849-02). Made in USA.

1. Death To All But Metal 2:30
2. Asian Hooker 4:02
3. Community Property 3:39
4. Eyes Of A Panther 3:37
5. Fat Girl 4:38
6. Eatin' Ain't Cheatin' 3:51
7. Party All Day 3:03
8. Turn Out The Lights 4:26
9. Stripper Girl 3:35
10. The Shocker 4:10
11. Girl From Oklahoma 3:56
Total playing time: 41:27 min.


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