«Quando il mondo ebbe inizio e Giano tornò ad avere l'aspetto di un dio, poco a poco, si narra, apparvero ovunque le fonti, i laghi, i fiumi, le valli e i monti coperti di boschi. Apparvero pesci nell'acqua, animali sui prati e nelle foreste, uccelli nell'aria. Solo in ultimo fece il suo ingresso l'essere umano. Forse fu in quel momento che Giano si guardò intorno e scelse la sua dimora, una collina coperta allora di querce e farnetti. …
"Push Comes to Shove" is the second album by the American hard rock band Jackyl, released in 1994. They still borrow heavily from AC/DC, but this time its not as blatant. The songs are a little more distinct, as opposed to the first, and the lyrics are more original.
The 1992 self-titled debut album went platinum and featured notable rock radio hits like "Down On Me," "When Will It Rain," "I Stand Alone" and, most notably, "The Lumberjack," during which vocalist Jesse James Dupree performed a chain-saw solo. Dupree's chain-saw escapades on album and in concert became one of many Jackyl trademarks. With the release of 'Jackyl' hit the road and barely left it since. Touring mates in those early days included Aerosmith, Kiss, ZZ Top, Ted Nugent and Damn Yankees.
Band formed, 1990; released debut album, Jackyi, Geffen, 1992; debut sold more than 1.2 million copies; released Push Comes To Shove, 1994; released Night of the Living Dead, Mayhem, 1996; released Cut the Crap, Epic, 1997; collaborated with AC/DC’s front-man Brian Johnson on the single “Locked and Loaded” for Cut The Crap in 1997, the first time a member of AC/DC collaborated with another band; released Stay-in’ Alive, Epic Records, 1998; appeared on the Beavis & Butthead soundtrack which went platinum;Stayin’ Alive appeared in 1998; released Choice Cuts, 1998; surpassed George Thorogood and The Destroyers Guinness Book of World Records mark of 52 shows in 50 days as most live performances in the shortest amount of time, delivered 100 performances in 50 days in 27 different states in 1998.