Death By Rock And Roll - The Pretty Reckless

Death By Rock And Roll

The Pretty Reckless

  • Genre: Hard Rock
  • Release Date: 2021-02-12
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2020 Goin' Down, Inc., Under exclusive license to Fearless Records. Distributed by Con


Title Artist Time
Death By Rock And Roll The Pretty Reckless 3:54 USD 1.29
Only Love Can Save Me Now (fea The Pretty Reckless 5:12 USD 1.29
And So It Went (feat. Tom More The Pretty Reckless 4:30 USD 1.29
25 The Pretty Reckless 5:26 USD 1.29
My Bones The Pretty Reckless 4:47 USD 1.29
Got So High The Pretty Reckless 3:20 USD 1.29
Broomsticks The Pretty Reckless 0:38 USD 1.29
Witches Burn The Pretty Reckless 4:53 USD 1.29
Standing At The Wall The Pretty Reckless 3:58 USD 1.29
Turning Gold The Pretty Reckless 4:10 USD 1.29
Rock And Roll Heaven The Pretty Reckless 5:12 USD 1.29
Harley Darling The Pretty Reckless 4:19 USD 1.29


  • Great Album

    By daclown81
    Great Album. I’ve listened to it all the way through multiple times now and it just keeps getting better.
  • Death by rock and roll

    By james_honeycutt
    Good rock alumb
  • A Homage to Rock n Roll

    By wisco tom
    Amazing lyrics,from an amazing artist,I really love this album and Taylor Momtsen is legend in her time.with the respect she pays to legends ,who without,many artists including herself wouldn’t be here.I love it and I love her❤️
  • Studio

    By leospico
  • Outstanding

    By TDrznator
    EVERYTHING this band creates is unbelievable. True artistry!
  • I’m very impressed

    By tfreeez
    I enjoyed reading Taylor’s journey in getting to this point in her life and music. I never heard of “The Pretty Reckless” but glad I was looking at new releases today. I had a meeting about 45 minutes from my home and was able to listen to the entire album on the way there. I’m 65 and could relate to the pain and loss in my own life. Great Album!!!!
  • Awesome rock album!

    By Chasnsx
    I’m old enough to have been a teenager when bands like Blue Oyster Cult were just getting warmed up. You’ll see why I mention them in a moment. Through the pain of losing people she loved, Taylor Momsen has created a sonic masterpiece that veers into the same dark territory that Blue Oyster Cult has lived in since the Seventies. The clean vocals and smooth heavy guitar work just pull you onto the dark road that Taylor has walked, then fire up the motorcycle for a ride into the sunset on the last song, Harley Darling. Altogether an awesome listening experience.
  • pretty good

    By r e e e e e 32
    but i don’t understand how it’s in the hard rock genre ngl ✨
  • A great album!

    By Ann LaRai
    Not sure why they didn’t post my previous review, but I quite love this album! It’s not exactly TPR that I know and love, but considering what the band has been through the last couple of years, I can see why this album is much softer. I don’t care for the country sounding songs, but I love more of their songs than I dislike on this album. I hope after this, they go back to the sound that we all know and love!
  • <3

    By SingleBoy1

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