• “Blackout in the Red Room” and “Why Do You Think They Call It Dope” rotation hits on MTV Europe and MTV U.S
• “Blackout in the Red Room” won critical acclaim and “Best Record of the Year” by Metal Hammer Magazine


Love/Hate burst onto the music scene in 1990 with their debut Sony release BLACKOUT IN THE RED ROOM which garnered ‘Best album of the Year’ from Both Kerrang! Magazine and Metal Hammer. Love/Hate then went on a 2 year tour sharing the arena stage with AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne, Dio & Skid Row.

Love/Hate’s second record WASTED IN AMERICA also received critical acclaim in Europe and America, breaking the Top 40 on the UK charts. Love/Hate’s third record LET’S RUMBLE was featured in the movie ‘Airheads’ and the single Spinning Wheel received heavy rotation on metal radio. In the intervening years Love/Hate singer Jizzy Pearl has kept the Love/Hate name and music alive performing in platinum rock bands L.A. Guns and RATT. Love/Hate music is still played consistently on satellite radio—in 2013 Love/Hate still stands the test of

Love/Hate is Jizzy Pearl (RATT, L.A. Guns)

Robbie Crane (RATT, Lynch Mob)
Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper, Slash’s Snakepit)
Matt Starr (Ace Frehley)


• Blackout in the Red Room
• Why Do You Think They Call It Dope
• Strait Jacket
• Wasted In America
• Blackout
• Boozer