Songs of Lifeby Bret Michaels
Copping a stylistic change eerily similar to pro skater Bam Margera (right down to the Old English initials on the cover underneath his full name) and Kid Rock circa 1999, everybody's favorite hair metal filmmaker returns to the fold with something totally not removed from his glory days of Poison. Right from the/a>/a>
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My sister is a huge Poison fan. When she heard that Bret Michaels was coming out with a solo album, she was very excited. She reccomended that I buy it. So I did and I must say I was very disappointed with the CD. I was never a really a big fan a Poison, with their cheesy ballads and 5 bazillion songs about sex but I could stand to listen to them. But this CD wasn't very good at all. A forty-year old man singing about "girls shaking their booties around" is just a bit creepy to me. The songs are like Poison without the other guys. It's a little old. Bret Michaels could at least come up with something new and different. The songs, in my opinion, are poorly written. I would only reccomend this album to a big Poison/Bret Michaels lover.
Brets solo album "Songs of Life" has a lot of up beat and fun songs. The ballads are heartfelt and very sweet. If you want to get the party started, just play "Its my party" and get down and dirty. Also, check out Brets solo tour and see the songs preformed live.