|Mother of Rock & Roll||
|Devil You Know||
|Got It All Wrong||
|I Love A Man In Uniform|
|I Will Wait|
“Hard Love” is a deeply autobiographical rock n’ roll affair. Powerfully performed and strikingly personal, the 11 song album is quite a ride. The record contains covers of “Baby Baby” by the Vibrators and “I Love a Man in a Uniform” by post punk legends Gang of Four which Bebe truly makes her own.
Bebe on “Hard Love”:
“This is the most important record of my career and it comes from deep in my soul and guts! I love my fans and that’s why I do this. Hence the title ‘Hard Love.’
Every track is filled with my heart, which beats for rock and roll. I’m my happiest onstage and I can’t wait to hit the road and play these songs live with the strongest line-up I’ve ever made magic with. This is the album I’ve always wanted to make.”
She delivers her vision with a stellar, powerhouse band:
Frank Ferrer (Gun n’ Roses)- on drums,
Pete Marshall (Iggy Pop and Glenn Danzig’s Samhain) on bass
Zac Lasher (U-Melt) on keyboards
Jimmy Walls (Das Damen and DGeneration)- on guitars.
Louisa “Mysteria” Bradshaw supplies the backing vocals.
The critics weigh in:
Some early press:
“Hard Love is a winner…packed with hit singles” Showbiz 411
“This album floored me …it’s just hit after hit…one of the best records you’ll hear all year” Sugarbuzz Magazine
“Probably the best album of 2011” Punk Globe