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WARRANT - Cherry Pie

European Import : Candy344 - Packaging: TBD

STOCK STATUS: PREORDER - ships by 7 April 2017

1.Cherry Pie
2. Uncle Tom's Cabin
3. I Saw Red
4. Bed Of Roses
5. Sure Feels Good To me
6. Love In Stereo
7. Blind Faith
8. Song And Dance Man
9. You're The Only Hell You're Mama Ever Raised
10. Mr. Rainmaker
11. Train Train
12. Ode To Tipper Gore
13. Game Of War (previously unreleased demo track)
14. The Power (demo bonus track)
15. Thin Disguise (bonus track)
16. I Saw Red (acoustic bonus track)
17. Cherry Pie (single version)
Jani Lane (vocals)
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Produced by: Beau Hill
Engineered by: tbd
Mixed by : tbd
Mastered by: tbd
Fully Remastered Audio - Double Platinum album from LA's finest - 5 Bonus tracks - 16 page full-colour booklet, 4000 word essay about the making of the album with new interview, enhanced artwork and unseen photos. If you applied a microscope to the late 80s American hard rock scene, looking for one pivotal song that encompassed the period, then you'd be hard pressed to get past 'Cherry Pie', a track that was all conquering at the time, firmly establishing itself as one of the era's calling cards. With MTV embracing the accompanying video, and US radio elevating the track into overdrive, WARRANT could do no wrong and deservedly so. Emerging out of the Los Angeles Sunset Strip hotbed, the band initially struggled to gain a foothold, but eventually attracted major management and a coveted contract with industry heavyweight Columbia records. Their debut album surpassed expectations, and produced a #2 hit single, spring boarding sales way in excess of gold status. The scene was set for their sophomore album but nobody was ready for the explosion of success that followed. 'Cherry Pie', once again produced by veteran studio wizard Beau Hill (Winger, RATT, KIX) and originally issued in 1990, launched the band to even bigger success; the title track becoming one of the most played songs of the year and a virtual prime time MTV staple. In addition, the band's front man Jani Lane had become a poster boy for the movement, with his, and the band's, faces splattered over virtually every music magazine around. Musically the album was far superior to their debut and decidedly heavier, featuring such brazen rockers as 'Uncle Tom's Cabin', 'Love In Stereo' and, of course, the superbly crafted title track."
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