Stephen Pearcy releases video for new solo song “Ten Miles Wide”
Ratt frontman Stephen Pearcy has released his first video from his fourth solo Smash for the song “Ten Miles Wide.” The singer has previously advised that his co-writer and guitarist Erik Ferentinos was channeling the departed Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby on that song.
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Smash including the track “Ten Miles Wide”: “The album compromises of 13 original tunes. The impression I got after listening through this record is that it is really a walk through Pearcy’s memory lane. It has some tracks which bare a crazy resemblance to Ratt‘s original sound, like “Ten Miles Wide” and “Jamie” where guitars are really making a throwback to the Crosby and [Warren] DeMartini style of dual play. There are songs which remind me much more of Pearcy’s solo efforts like “Hit Me With A Bullet,” “Lollipop” and the excellently energetic “Dead Roses.” There is a track called “Shut Down Baby” which could be probably on the ill-fated 1996 Ratt‘s Collage album as it reminds me of “Steel River” which was also a rerecording of Pearcy’s original tune “Railbreak.” There is even one track — “Want Too Much” which could fit on Pearcy’s former band Arcade’s sophomore effort, and often forgotten A/2 release.”
Sleaze Roxx went on to conclude: “… overall, this album in my opinion is a very versatile, yet still a very rock oriented record. Diehard Ratt fans should be satisfied and as well should general hard rock aficionados. I find this record a welcome preparation before the new upcoming Ratt record, which bearing in mind the last collaboration between DeMartini and Pearcy, might just be a contender for Sleaze Roxx’s Top 10 Albums of 2017 if released this year.”
Stephen Pearcy‘s “Ten Miles Wide” video:
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