Bareback (album)

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Studio album by Wild Horses
Released 1991
Recorded 1991
Genre Hard rock, glam metal
Length 46:27
Label Atlantic
Wild Horses chronology
Dead Ahead
(2003)Dead Ahead2003
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Bareback is the first album by the American rock band Wild Horses.

Shortly before the recording of this album, former Shout lead vocalist John Levesque replaced original Wild Horses lead vocalist Johnny Edwards, who left Wild Horses to replace Lou Gramm in the band Foreigner.

Apparently, this band split up after the release of this album and reunited years later before recording and releasing their second album Dead Ahead.

There have been claims that bassist Jeff Pilson actually played all of the bass on this album.

Jeff Pilson and James Kottak had previously played together in Michael Lee Firkins's backing band and later played together in the McAuley Schenker Group.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cool Me Down"
  2. "Had Enough Of Your Love"
  3. "Your Love Is Junk"
  4. "The River Song"
  5. "Fire And Water"
  6. "N.Y.C. Heartbreak"
  7. "Whiskey Train"
  8. "Tougher Than Love"
  9. "Day In The Sun"
  10. "Matter Of The Heart"
  11. "Burn It Up"
  12. "Tell Me Something Good"


  • John Levesque: lead vocals, guitars
  • Rick Steier: lead guitar, vocals
  • Chris Lester: bass, vocals
  • James Kottak: drums, vocals

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