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Foot Fetish

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Other albums by Jesse James Dupree

  1. Foot Fetish
  2. Rev It Up and Go-Go
  3. Rev It Up and Go-Go [Single]

Review

Although his band, Jackyl, has issued albums consistently since the early '90s, singer Jesse James Dupree found it necessary to issue a solo album in 2000, Foot Fetish. When a rocker steps out to issue a solo album, it's usually because the tunes in question are a bit of a departure from his longtime band. This is certainly not the case here. Foot Fetish (which contains a very Spinal Tap-esque album cover -- a tribute to Smell the Glove, perhaps?) is chock-full of the same Southern-fried metal boogie that has long been Dupree's trademark. Songs such as the album-opening "Mainline" and "Losing My Mind" would've sounded splendid on Headbanger's Ball circa 1989, while a metallicized cover of Sly & the Family Stone's "I Want to Take You Higher" (listed here simply as "Higher") closes the album. Jackyl fans -- as well as fans of '80s hair metal -- are sure to enjoy Dupree's solo debut. ~ Greg Prato
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Mainline Jesse James Dupree 3:22
  3. 2 First Taste of Freedom Jesse James Dupree 3:50
  4. 3 Losing My Mind Jesse James Dupree 3:36
  5. 4 Second Chance Jesse James Dupree 3:5
  6. 5 Satisfied Jesse James Dupree 2:53
  7. 6 Devil's Advocate Jesse James Dupree 4:29
  8. 7 Reason Jesse James Dupree 4:28
  9. 8 I Gotcha Jesse James Dupree 3:2
  10. 9 I Don't Share Your Pain Jesse James Dupree 4:2
  11. 10 Let's Don't Go There Jesse James Dupree 3:43
  12. 11 There Comes a Time Jesse James Dupree 4:56
  13. 12 Higher Jesse James Dupree 3:45

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