Fire and Gasoline
Infobox Album |
Name = Fire and Gasoline
Artist = Steve Jones
Released = 1989
Recorded = 1989
Hard rock Heavy metal
Length = 49:20
Label = MCA
Bob Rose, Steve Jones
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Last album = "Mercy"
This album = "Fire and Gasoline"
Next album =
Fire and Gasoline is a
heavy metalalbum released in 1989by British musicianSteve Jones, formerly of the Sex Pistols. The album featured Axl Roseof Guns N' Roseson the song "I Did U No Wrong" and Nikki Sixxof Motley Crueon "We're No Saints". Shortly after its release, the album could be purchased at dollar stores in Chicago and St. Louis.
All tracks composed by Steve Jones; except where indicated
# "Freedom Fighter"
# "We're No Saints" (Jones, Terry Neils,
# "God In Louisiana" (Jones,
# "Fire And Gasoline"
# "Hold On"
# "Trouble Maker" (Jones, Peter Wells, Terry Nails, Angry Anderson Troat, Gordon Leach, Dallas Royal)
# "I Did U No Wrong" ("featuring vocals by
# "Get Ready"
# "Gimme Love"
# "Wild Wheels"
# "Leave Your Shoes On" (Jones,
Suffragette City" ( David Bowie)
*Steve Jones - vocals, guitar
Billy Duffy- guitar
Terry Nails- bass
Ian Astbury- vocals, tambourine
Mickey Curry- drums
Axl Rose- vocals on "I Did U No Wrong"
Nikki Sixx- bass, vocals on "We're No Saints"
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