1996—The Wolf's latest studio release features most of the material from the “Rock & Roll Rebels” CD of 1987, all re-recorded and/or remixed. In addition, two brand new songs: “Feed The Fire” and “Bad Attitude” round out the ten song selection. Perhaps because of its “hang in there and don't let the bastards get you down” attitude, this album has become a favorite with many Wolf fans. Fan favorites include: Rock & Roll Rebels & Feed The Fire.
Our 1987 “Rock n Roll Rebels” release contained some of our best material in many years. However it was just supposed to be a demo recording and for various reasons it wound up being released as a master. We always wished we could have recorded it the way we intended and in 1996 we had the opportunity to do so. Eight of the songs from “Rebels” plus two new tracks “Feed The Fire” and “Bad Attitude” were recorded and/or reworked and the results were far more satisfying. The central theme of this record is still “don’t let the bastards get you down” as exemplified by “Hold On”, “Rock Steady” and “Man On A Mission”, but there is also some humor in “Bad Attitude” and reflection in the title cut “Feed The Fire”. All together (along with the “Rise and Shine” album) my favorite studio recording of the 80’s and 90’s.
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