Pearl - Little Immaculate White Fox

On the first theme from her debut album "Little Immaculate White Fox", Pearl sings that she’s a rock child and if we pay attention to her genealogical tree we notice that she was indeed a child raised around the rock culture as her dad is none other than Michael Lee Aday, ridiculously known as Meat Loaf.
Thankfully, Pearl doesn’t indulge in the same wimpy and sugar-sweet rock ballads as her dad, opting instead for a more energetic and powerful rock sound that reveal some affinities with acts like Blind Melon, Molly Hatchet, Buckcherry, Black Stone Cherry and Mötley Crüe.
Surrounded by top notch musicians including her husband Scott Ian from Anthrax, Pearl have written a solid rock album that even though it doesn’t add nothing new, possesses enough swagger and skill to warrant repeated listens.
Songs like “Rock Child”, “Broken White” and “Check Out Charlie” show a flair for soaring hooks and infectious riffs, while others like “Mama”, “My Heart Isn’t In It” and “Worth Defending” percolate a southern-bluesy vibe that marries well with Pearl’s soulful voice.
Overall, "Little Immaculate White Fox" is a fine hard-rock album, but it’s nothing more than fine and if 80’s rock music with a bluesy edge is your thing, then there’s definitely something here you’d like.

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For fans of: Molly Hatchet, Buckcherry, Black Stone Cherry, Mötley Crüe