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Artist: Ratt

Title: Tell the World:The Very Best of Ratt

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Category: Glam

Year: 2007

Label: Atlantic/Rhino

Catalog Number: 8122-79971-3

Personnel

Stephen Pearcy vocals
Warren Demartini guitar
Robbin Crosby guitar
Bobby Blotzer drums
Juan Croucier bass
Robbie Crane bass

Tracks

1.  Dangerous But Worth the Risk  
2.  Back For More  
3.  Lovin' You's a Dirty Job  
4.  Nobody Rides For Free  
5.  Heads I Win, Tails You Lose  
6.  You're In Love  
7.  City to City  
8.  Body Talk  
9.  Way Cool Jr.  
10.  Round and Round  
11.  Lay It Down  
12.  I Want a Woman  
13.  Dance  
14.  Wanted Man  
15.  Slip of the Lip  
16.  Shame Shame Shame  
17.  Lack of Communication  
18.  Over the Edge  
19.  Steel River  
20.  Way Cool Jr MTV Unplugged  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: CC Date: September 9, 2007 at 8:57
Another complilation, obviously timed due to the reunion. Ratt & Roll 81-91 is far better, but if you want something that covers the later 2 albums as well, then this isnt a bad option!

From: Metal T Date: September 10, 2007 at 1:16
No songs from the EP,but they manage to put something on there from that masterpiece-of sh*t 1999 s/t ? (that one was called a reunion record,yet neither Robbin or Juan were included).Despite this comps flaws it was nice to see "City To City" & "Dangerous But Worth The Risk" added and any Ratt release is always welcome...(by the way c'mon Warren' there has to be some kind of quality live recordings in your archives from Ratt's prime days-just waiting to be released.

From: metalmastermusic Date: December 14, 2007 at 8:47
I disagree with CC, this compilation is much better than 81-91. I have been a Ratt fan from day one so maybe I am a bit bias. The only track I did not care for was the MTV unplugged version of Way Cool Jr. If your going to own one Ratt album this is the one. You can pick it up at Wally world pretty inexpensively as well.

From: JAYBONE Date: May 26, 2010 at 16:33
Not sure why i bought this...oh yeah, RATT got back 2gether AGAIN. LOL! Its got a few different tunes on it. Overall a great compilation!!


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