Still Not Black Enough cd cover


Still Not Black Enough

I was pretty excited about seeing W.A.S.P. venture out into the ugly musical climate of 1995, but I don't think this cd even received a US release. Not as unified an album as their previous masterpiece, this cd did manage to continue the sound and growth of W.A.S.P. in a more fractured manner. With two of the most elegant ballads you can imagine in an album rich in political rebellion and anger, Blackie covers the gammut of emotions again. Rock'N Roll to Death sucks and so does their cover of Tie Your Mother Down (Why does everyone cover that song?) but there is a great version of Somebody to Love and overall this is a pretty terrific cd. Definitely worth picking up. --Scott

Average Rathole Visitor Rating8.3

Track Listing

  1. still not black enough
  2. somebody to love
  3. black forever
  4. scared to death
  5. goodbye america
  6. tie your mother down
  7. keep holding on
  8. rock 'n' roll to death
  9. breathe
  10. i can't
  11. no way out of here


VOCALS: Blackie Lawless
GUITAR: Bob Kulick
Blackie Lawless
BASS: Blackie Lawless
DRUMS: Frankie Banali


LABEL: Victor
PRODUCED BY: Blackie Lawless
“There's voices echoing in the wind. They seem to call your name”