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Artist: Warrant

Title: 86-97 Live

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Warrant 86-97 Live Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1997

Label: CMC International

Catalog Number: 06076-86218-2

Personnel

Jani Lane vocals
Erik Turner guitars
Jerry Dixon bass
Rick Steier guitars
Bobby Borg drums
Danny Wagner keyboards, vocals

Tracks

1.  DRFSR (Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinkin Rich) live  
2.  Down Boys live  
3.  Uncle Tom's Cabin live  
4.  A.Y.M. (Angry Young Man) live  
5.  Family Picnic live  
6.  Machine Gun live  
7.  Heaven live  
8.  Sometimes She Cries live  
9.  I Saw Red live  
10.  Hole In My Wall live  
11.  Feels Good live  
12.  Indian Giver live  
13.  Thirty-Two Pennies live  
14.  Vertigo live  
15.  Cherry Pie live  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: SIXXSWINE Date: April 14, 2001 at 17:11
A shell of what what once was captured on tape. I'm a fan of their work, but this isn't one of their better moments. This should be an example to the younger bands, of what happens when substances, egos & several line-up changes happen. THE BAND SUFFERS. I wouldn't recommend this one even to those hardcore WARRANT fans, if there is such a thing. Save your $$$ or buy their Best of collection issued by LEGACY/CBS, it's a better presentation of the band. Sadly, I only give this one a 4.5

From: T-BONE Date: September 14, 2001 at 13:22
I agree with SIXXSWINE. Warrant should have done a live recording when they were big and had all the original members. The only cool thing about this cd was the cover design.

From: Tony Date: April 10, 2002 at 0:37
Geez I love this cd. Most "hair band" live albums are just pathetic and come across as studio albums with audience sounds thrown in but this one just sweats man. My only complaint is that the "classic" Warrant songs seem to be a bore to Jnai Lane while the new stuff is the only thing he attacks with any vigor. That's too bad.

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From: Whiplash1972 Date: June 2, 2002 at 8:35
Got to agree with Tony here, this is a good CD. I got the cassette tape of this when it came out, and played it/ left it in the car so much, that the sound quality went all to hell on it. I recently got myself the CD...no worries now! * I especially like "Hole in My Wall" on here; better than the regular version IMO.

From: Steve T Date: September 3, 2002 at 10:51
Good cd. I like Warrant and would like to hear some of the live stuff from the original band in their prime. Indian Giver sounds awesome on this album I have to say.

From: Gar Date: January 9, 2003 at 21:03
The album title is misleading as all these songs were recorded in 96 from one show. I thought it would be from several shows over the years. Pisses me off that they list "Heaven" and "Sometimes She Cries" as being on the album, when it's actually like one verse from each song. Also, there are way too many fade ins and fade outs for a live cd that was taped at only one show. I really like Warrant, but this cd was a disappointment.

From: mutha trucka Date: January 19, 2003 at 4:23
jani lane sounds ok on this cd, but nothing like the studio warrant songs. i saw them a year or so ago on the poison tour, he didnt even sound as good as he does on this cd. he stays on key thru a small range. i assume he has abused his voice over time, i have never heard any live warrant from 80s or early 90s. im still a fan of the band though.

From: Stratrat Date: March 24, 2004 at 18:11
Here we go; if you don't like it, then you don't get it! A live cd is for fans of the band. For you "quick to criticize people", how about putting a band together and making your own live cd...(and see how far you get)...

From: CC Date: April 28, 2004 at 13:51
I have never been a fan of live albums but this is one of my all time favourites & is one of the few live albums that I will actually play more than once. I usually buy live albums just as a completist,play them once & then just file them,but not this baby! Really good stuff!

From: ALEXX GLAM Date: July 8, 2004 at 19:58
I LOVE LIVE ALBUMS BUT THIS ONE IS NOT ONE OF MY FAVORITES THE SOUND IS GOOD BUT THE VOICE OF JANI SOUND SO TIRED 7/10

From: Warhead Date: August 23, 2004 at 22:54
What is incredible about this cd is that it is completely live. This is probably the first actual live cd ever released in the history of music. All others throughout time have had studio touch ups or were not actually live at all. I give Warrant huge credit for having the balls to release this with the off-key vocals. In a report I read, they edited out all of Jani's in between jabber and over 60 F-bombs. I like when he talks about sports and stuff, I don't like the rhetoric and cursing.

From: musicfixxer Date: August 23, 2004 at 22:58
Not a bad set list. A good mix from all the albums, but if it was up to me, I'd drop 32 pennies, Machine Gun, I Saw Red, She Cries and add either Undertow or Followed, Bitter Pill, Bonfire, In The Sticks, Mr. Rainmaker or even Coffee House Jam. This disc has to be a real live show and I'm not talking a bootleg. Every live cd I've heard before sounds produced or glossed, this one sounds raw and in the face. If you don't mind Jani falling off-key here and there, I recommend it. A real live cd

From: jetboy Date: November 10, 2005 at 21:27
I have a superb live Warrant CD from 1989 & it's interesting to hear the band treading water here. Kudos to the band for leaving this untouched, but one wonders if the budget at the time prevented this from being touched up/dubbed. Jani's voice is struggling, particularly on the higher notes & his range is shot here. Having said that, the medley of Heaven/Sometimes She Cries/I Saw Red is worth the price of the CD alone. Even stripped down, the quality of these 3 songs is undeniable. Overall, OK.


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