Ratt's Stephen Pearcy Took Different Book Path Than Blozter
Pearcy tells Guitar International: "There was no reason to do that. Unfortunately, our drummer bad-rapped his own band in his book, not knowing the consequences.
"I didn't need to bash my guys, whether I'm in or out of the band. You never know what's going to happen. It's one thing to be an a**hole here and there – it's just part of what goes down when you're in this career."
He reflects: "We're not the only band in history who were dysfunctional. It was just normal. It's just how we lived. Some of us had bigger vices than others. You eventually grow through it or grow out of it. Eventually and hopefully, you get your sh*t together and you grow up."
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