It's Five O'Clock Somewhere (album)
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere is the debut studio album by American hard rock band Slash's Snakepit, released in February 1995. The album was a moderate commercial success, reaching number 70 on the American Billboard 200 album chart and selling over a million copies worldwide. The songs "Beggars & Hangers-On" and "Good To Be Alive" were released as singles in 1995 and promo videos were made for each track.
|It's Five O'Clock Somewhere|
|Studio album by|
|Released||February 14, 1995|
|Recorded||1994Record Plant Studios and Rumbo Recordersat Conway Studios,|
|Genre||Hard rock, blues rock, southern rock, stoner rock|
|Producer||Mike Clink and Slash|
|Slash's Snakepit chronology|
|1.||"Neither Can I"||Slash, Eric Dover||6:44|
|2.||"Dime Store Rock"||Gilby Clarke, Dover, Slash||4:54|
|3.||"Beggars & Hangers-On"||Slash, Duff McKagan, Dover||6:15|
|4.||"Good to Be Alive"||Slash, Clarke, Dover||4:51|
|5.||"What Do You Want to Be"||Slash, Matt Sorum, Dover||6:17|
|7.||"Soma City Ward"||Slash, Sorum, Dover, Izzy Stradlin||3:50|
|8.||"Jizz da Pit" (instrumental)||Slash, Mike Inez||2:48|
|9.||"Lower"||Slash, Sorum, Dover||4:55|
|10.||"Take It Away"||Slash, Dover, Sorum||4:44|
|11.||"Doin' Fine"||Slash, Dover||4:17|
|12.||"Be the Ball"||Slash||5:16|
|13.||"I Hate Everybody (But You)"||Slash, Dover||4:41|
|14.||"Back and Forth Again"||Slash, Dover||5:56|
- Slash's Snakepit
- Slash – lead and rhythm guitars, slide guitar, backing vocals, production
- Eric Dover – lead vocals
- Gilby Clarke – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- Mike Inez – bass, backing vocals
- Matt Sorum – drums
- Additional musicians
- Production personnel
- Mike Clink – production, engineering
- Steve Thompson – mixing
- Michael Barbiero – mixing
- Jerry Finn – engineering
- John Radzin – engineering
- Rick Raponi – engineering
- Robbes Steiglitz – engineering
- Shawn Berman – engineering
- Jay Ryan – additional engineering
- Noel Golden – additional engineering
- George Marino – mastering
- The album cover artwork has been released by ConArt, a graphic company owned by Slash's brother, the art direction was done by Tony Hudson, Slash, and Kevin Reagan and the photos were done by Gene Kirkland and Robert John.
- "Be The Ball" was written by Slash upon the request of Data East, a company who sells pin ball machines.
- The band also worked on three more songs that have neither been released nor been played live.
- "Slash's Snakepit - It's Five O' Clock Somewhere (CD, Album)". Discogs. Retrieved August 9, 2009.
- "Slash's Snakepit: It's Five O'Clock Somewhere (1995)". Here Today... Gone To Hell!. Retrieved August 9, 2009.
- "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere > Overview". allmusic. Retrieved August 9, 2009.