Bing Search

Never Let The Bastards Wear You Down

:

Critics' Reviews

amg review
Never Let the Bastards Wear You Down, Dee Snider's first solo album, comes largely from the backlog of songs that Snider wrote while in Twisted Sister and Desperado. For one reason or another, these tunes were never released on record, and musically they indisputably belong to the era in which they were written -- simple, anthemic '80s pop-metal. Of course, that was always what Snider did best, and that's why Never Let the Bastards Wear You Down will be a fun listen for anyone who still enjoys vintage Twisted Sister records. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
more on msn music
Miranda Lambert/Pharrell Williams/Janelle Monae
See highlights from this summers' biggest current tours and festivals
Ed Sheeran: From touring with Taylor to a single with Pharrell, British troubadour navigates to pop's mainstream
Most memorable BET moments: Check out six highlights from the 2014 awards' nearly four hour event
Courtney on Kurt: His widow and Hole front woman reveals Cobain was "desperate" to achieve rock stardom
Prince reigns: The funk-rock-pop wizard reveals another full-length set ready to roll out for fans