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  • In 1991 David Lee Roth released his third solo album A little Ain’t Enough. This was Dave’s first album without Steve Vai and Billy Sheehan for a backup band. The album was a commercial disappointment and only went gold. The album also got overall bad reviews. All of this is unfortunate, because, this is a really good CD! Today a lot of fans regard this as Dave’s best solo album. The backup band on this album was awesome. It featured Jason Becker on guitar. He is a killer guitarist who may have been the next Eddie Van Halen, had he not tragically developed ALS. Steve Hunter was the second guitarist. The rhythm section on this CD was stellar, with Gregg Bissonette on drums, and Matt Bissonette on bass. The album was produced by Bob Rock, so it has a big arena-rock sound. This CD is best played LOUD! Overall, a majority of the tracks are straight ahead rockers–such as “A lil Ain’t Enough” “Shoot It” “Drop in the Bucket” “Lady Luck” and “40 Below.” There is a touch of blues to the album with “Tell the Truth” and Sensible Shoes.” The only filler on this album is “Hammerhead Shark” which is a dud. The album would have been meaner and leaner without it. The overall vibe of the album is very upbeat, with screeching guitar solo’s that would impress Eddie.

    Posted on March 4, 2010