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Release date: 1990
Style: Hard rock


7.5 | 42 votes


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01. Cherry Pie
02. Uncle Tom's Cabin
03. I Saw Red
04. Bed Of Roses
05. Sure Feels Good To Me
06. Love In Stereo
07. Blind Faith
08. Song And Dance Man
09. You're The Only Hell Your Mama Ever Raised
10. Mr. Rainmaker
11. Train, Train
12. Ode To Tipper Gore [live]


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Warrant is without any second thought one of the most wonderful glam/sleaze hard rock/metal bands of the late 80s/early 90s and though they appeared with discography in the scene from 1988-89 and on, when the glam years would soon fade into obscurity and decadence, they managed to show their grandeur in the most appropriate way.

published 26.01.2006 | Comments (2)


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Jason W. - 24.04.2011 at 09:44  
Rating: 9 "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is still my favorite song from these guys, a direction they should have shown throughout the album. Personally, skipping the first track and starting on track 2 is the best way to enjoy this disc "Mr. Rainmaker" is also a hidden gem to me!

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