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Stephen Pearcy

Ratt Era: The Best Of

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Deadline Records

Catalog Number: CLP 1360-2

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Personnel
Stephen Pearcy lead vocals, guitar, backing vocals
Matt Thorne bass
Erik Ferentinos guitars, backing vocals
Troy Johnson bass
Mark Zavon guitars, backing vocals
Todd Roberson drums
George Lynch guitars
Tracii Guns guitars

Disc 2 is a bonus DVD Stephen Pearcy Tells the Ratt Story.
This CD was recalled after a lawsuit by the other Ratt band members, and was re-released as Rat Attack - Round and Round Greatest Hits (Deadline CLP 1495-2), without the DVD.
Tracks
1.  Round and Round  
2.  You Think You're Tough  
3.  U Got It  
4.  Sweet Cheater  
5.  Lack of Communication  
6.  Lay It Down  
7.  You're in Love  
8.  Back for More  
9.  Wanted Man  
10.  Lovin' You's a Dirty Job  
11.  Slip of the Slip  
12.  Body Talk  
13.  I'm Insane  
14.  Dr. Rock  
15.  Ratt Madness  
16.  Drivin' on E  
17.  Top Secret  

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From: T-Bone Date: August 22, 2005 at 18:47
Although the cd isn't all that bad with all the guest musicians, the DVD is completely a waste of time to try and watch. Stephen Pearcy should not be allowed near a guitar to say the least. All his recent releases have been on the verge of punk/sleaze/modern and sounded NOTHING like classic Ratt. He needs to give it a rest. Grab this just for the cd itself....if you can get it for under $10

From: CC Date: August 27, 2005 at 17:01
What a friggin disapointment,and rip off! Why the name Mickey Ratt was used is beyond me as barely any of this material belongs to that era! Despite the fact some sterling guitarists appear on this CD,it just sounds so flat. The original Ratt tunes were bombastic,these are not! Why it goes on about demos & unreleased material is beyond me as this is blatantly a new recording!

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:54
*************************Cleopatra Records lanzó junto a Stephen Pearcy (ex-Ratt) un grandes éxitos de la banda que lo llevó a la fama en los 80s, con nuevo sonido, invitados sorpresa y mucho Rock & Roll. Hace poco Stephen se despachó con su disco solista “Fueler” el cual esperamos comentar pronto en esta sección, ahora salió con este compilado en el cual se vale de la colaboración de Tracii Guns (ex-LA Guns, Brides Of Destruction) y George Lynch (ex - Dokken, Lynch Mob),

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:55
quienes ponen sus riffs a varias canciones como “Round And Round”” que da nombre al disco, en el cual Lynch hizo muy buen desempeño de su instrumento eléctrico (entiéndase la guitarra). El grandes éxitos contiene 17 tracks en total, el sonido está muy bien logrado y gracias a dios que Pearcy aun posee una excelente voz para lo que requiere este estilo en particular. Trae un par de fotos bastante interesantes de los tres músicos mencionados y en particular hay una donde están enfrentados

From: lucasgordon Date: February 14, 2006 at 0:56
Stephen y Tracii, y se están mirando de forma sospechosa. Para quienes son fans de Ratt, este compilado tiene que estar en sus colecciones, para los que conocen lo que hizo Ratt, esta es una buena oportunidad de tener un variado con los mejores temas de la banda Glam. ********************************************** Lucas H Gordon

From: Metal T Date: May 1, 2006 at 16:13
Not too bad for a set of re-recorded songs,definitely not up to par with the originals,but overall decent.George Lynch does a solo on "Round And Round" that absolutely boggles the f**king mind.While George's guitar prowess cannot be denied (easily one of the best players ever) that solo or interpretation of a solo on Round' is one the worst sounding pieces of sh*t ive ever heard ???? C'mon George i know you like to improvise and don't like go by the script,but that was pathetic !

From: hair metal again Date: April 2, 2013 at 2:16
very good re recorded RATT songs with some great guests !all the songs are hard rock classics and never tired of hearing them!RATT is one of the important acts in hard rock music and this is enough for me!


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