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Everlast refashioned himself into a badass troubadour only a few years after pulling the plug on House of Pain, so his release of an all-acoustic album isn't such a surprise (although it has to be said, the Wes Anderson parody of the title and artwork of The Life Acoustic is indeed a shock). Strictly speaking, the 12 songs on The Life Acoustic aren't just Everlast-with-guitar. There are some subtle additions of keyboards or another six-string and, when he gets around to singing the immortal HOP song "Jump Around," there's a rhythm section, too. This stripped-down setting emphasizes some lingering blues and country influences lying within his songs -- listen to the swinging skip of "My Medicine" -- and sometimes it makes him seem like a bit of a sensitive singer/songwriter. Either way, his songs are served well in this intimate setting and the record also reveals Everlast has a deeper catalog than some might think.
|Label:||Martyr Inc Records|
Performance CreditsEverlast Primary Artist
Erik Schrody Guitar,Vocals
Bryan Velasco Keyboards
Derek Brassel Guitar
Technical CreditsErik Schrody Producer,Executive Producer
Kevin Zinger Executive Producer
Ivory Daniel Executive Producer
Bryan Velasco Additional Production
Joe Reiver Producer,Engineer
Tristan Eaton Artwork
Alex Rauch Layout