Love/Hate is a hard rock band from the late 80's and early 90's featuring Jizzy Pearl (L.A. Guns, Ratt, Adlers Appetite) on Vocals, Skid Rose on Bass, Jon E. Love on Guitar and Joey Gold on Drums. Their debut album Blackout in the Red Room reached #154 on the billboard 200 in 1990. The video for the single "Why do you think they call it Dope?" received good rotation on MTV, chiefly on the Headbanger's Ball. But by 1992's Wasted in America, heavy metal had become commercially passé and Columbia dropped them soon after its release.Jizzy Pearl used himself in a legendary publicity stunt to help album sales. This stunt, with the help of a few others, included Jizzy successfully erecting a cross on the Hollywood Sign and positioned himself on it. Love/Hate moved to the Caliber label and released Let's Rumble in May 1994, an album much more raw than their previous material featuring Darren Housholder on Guitar replacing Jon E. Love. Another label switch, to Mayhem Records, resulted in October 1995's I'm Not Happy featuring the return of Jon E. Love. In 1997 the band released Livin' off Layla. During the Livin' Off Layla sessions Jizzy Pearl left for the first time breifly replaced my Mark Torien of Bulletboys. 1999 saw the release of Let's Eat with Jizzy back on vocals and Joey Gold on Drums The original lineup reunited for the first time in ten years, on February 24, 2007 at Club Vodka in Hollywood, California to perform their classic record "Black out in the Red Room" in its entirety. The show sold out, with an audience of 1,500 The band continues to play One Off Shows and short tours with 3/4 of the original band.