Ratt frontman quits band
2014-04-27 by jordan. CONTRIBUTOR | 33 Comments
Steven Pearcy has announced his departure from Ratt. Famed in the '80s for hits such as
'Round & Round' and 'Wanted Man', Ratt were more recently well known for their public spats
and arguments since the reformation of the original lineup.

The full statement can be read here: http://eddietrunk.com/singer-stephen-pearcy-quits-ratt/
Tagged: Ratt

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ILiveInNetherlands
April 27th 2014
512 Comments


Dear Sputnik community, I've never heard any of this band's music and don't know shit about this guy, but we need to decide whether we're going to miss him or not.

Satellite
April 27th 2014
20826 Comments


i highly recommend their behind the music episode. pure tragic comedy gold.

ILiveInNetherlands
April 27th 2014
512 Comments


then I've got some bad news for you... their frontman just quit the band, so you will never see
another episode with them ha-ha-ha yeah

Satellite
April 27th 2014
20826 Comments


you're sorta dumb

tempest--
April 27th 2014
14599 Comments


Out of the Cellar rules but almost everything else by this band is straight up garbage

ILiveInNetherlands
April 27th 2014
512 Comments


don't insult me, i'm not the one who enjoyed that episode and i'm not the one who left his band ha-ha-ha yeah

ILiveInNetherlands
April 27th 2014
512 Comments


ha i just came up with a great idea - cat wrestling

Muisc4Life26
April 27th 2014
2939 Comments


everybody is working for the weekend.

Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
April 27th 2014
3360 Comments


They removed the funny bit I put in the news article that addressed the first comment :/

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SnakeDelilah
April 27th 2014
9077 Comments


This is important news.

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Arcade
Contributing Reviewer
April 27th 2014
3360 Comments


It was suppose to read at the end "it remains to be seen if anybody cares" but they took that out

SlMBOLlC
April 27th 2014
5296 Comments


Lol at this news

TheSpirit
April 27th 2014
18002 Comments


First and second album rule. His voice is shit now anyway, so this may be a good chance for the rest of the band to get some fresh talent

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R6Rider
April 27th 2014
4734 Comments


i highly recommend their behind the music episode. pure tragic comedy gold.


I've seen that episode countless times.

Probably good that he quit. He's been looking pretty rough for a while anyways.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
April 27th 2014
28812 Comments


yea it's not like im anticipating new ratt with or without sp but this is still sad

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Detective Dan
April 27th 2014
170 Comments


Is there literally anyone who woke up this morning and saw this news and was absolutely devastated?

Satellite
April 27th 2014
20826 Comments


no, those types of people tend to sleep in.

SitarHero
April 27th 2014
4745 Comments


Stephen Pearcy was a bad singer in the '80s and he just got worse with time. I doubt anyone's going to miss him.

SitarHero
April 27th 2014
4745 Comments


Seriously though, the only rock singer with less tonality and range than Ozzie. Wait, scratch that, less than BOB DYLAN!

Ire
April 27th 2014
41829 Comments


that the behind the music episode is amazing

TheSpirit
April 27th 2014
18002 Comments


Ozzie

SitarHero
April 27th 2014
4745 Comments


Is it Ozzy?

TheSpirit
April 27th 2014
18002 Comments


Yes

Spec
April 27th 2014
27298 Comments


Gonna watch behind the music again.

freedomofspeechnoway
April 27th 2014
418 Comments


Is there literally anyone who woke up this morning and saw this news and was absolutely devastated?


My brother took it pretty hard. He credits a chance meeting with Steve back in the 80's at Hammerjacks for really changing his life for the better. Which is understandable, since he was at a Ratt show talking to Steven Pearcy, so things could only go up from there.

SitarHero
April 27th 2014
4745 Comments


Lol!

Any band that puts Milton Berle in drag in a music video can't be all that bad.

xfearbefore
April 27th 2014
1246 Comments


What comes around goes around

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TheSmashBro
April 27th 2014
258 Comments


Aw FUCK not Ratt! Gonna go cry into my hairspray collection for a few hours.

KjSwantko
April 27th 2014
9448 Comments


This band had a good riff one time

Roman
April 28th 2014
67 Comments


god you're old as FUCK

someguest
April 28th 2014
21377 Comments


My brother took it pretty hard. He credits a chance meeting with Steve back in the 80's at Hammerjacks for really changing his life for the better. Which is understandable, since he was at a Ratt show talking to Steven Pearcy, so things could only go up from there.


joke of the week

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menawati
Contributing Reviewer
April 28th 2014
16125 Comments


opening riff on Lay It Down is awesome

BMDrummer
April 28th 2014
9897 Comments


Sweet, maybe the band will end now.



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