Get psyched for another supernatural jolt of sonic chaos when the atomic playboy, Steve Stevens, drops his first solo record in nearly eight years, "Memory Crash" - an electro-centric sonic tour de force that makes a serious musical impact. No gimmicks. No over-the-top production. No compromising. It's just Steve Stevens, his guitar, and his beloved effects - all the ingredients that have made him a global star. "I think the time is right for me to make a record that is totally me - my world," Stevens says of "Memory Crash". Boasting such tracks as "Water On Ares", "Hellcats Take the Highway", "Small Arms Fire", an interpretation of Robin Trower's' "Day Of The Eagle" (featuring Dug Pinnick of King's X on vocals), and the rousing/psychedelic "Cherry Vanilla", "Memory Crash" is a journey through another dimension, "a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind", to steal a line from Rod Serling. It's virtually musical cinema. "I have a lot of weird little segues going on with this record," Stevens says. "I've always loved that about the prog records, like Dark Side of the Moon. You enter this little theater of the mind. It's a true headphone experience."
|05:32||Hellcats Take The Highway||Instrumental|
|05:22||Water On Ares||Instrumental|
|05:47||Day Of The Eagle||Vocal|
|07:30||Small Arms Fire||Instrumental|
|01:53||Joshua Light Show||Instrumental|
|Steve Stevens||Guitar, All Instruments, Production, Engineering|
|Brian Tichy||Drums, Percussion|
|Dug Pinnick||Vocals and Bass on "Day Of The Eagle"|
|Beazle T. Monk||Engineering|
|Michael Parnin||Mixing, Drum Engineering|
|Josh Hertz||Engineering Assistance|
|Priscilla Bara||Graphic Design|
|Reecorded at The Purple Room.
Mixed at BlackSound.
Mastered in Hollywood, California.