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Artist: Warrant

Title: Cherry Pie (All The Hitz 'N' More)

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Deadline Records

Catalog Number: CLP 1350-2


Jani Lane vocals
Joey Allen guitars
Erik Turner guitars
Jerry Dixon bass
Steven Sweet drums
James Kottak additional drums (on Lay Your Hands On Me)
DJ Ashba additional guitar
Danny Wagner additional keyboards
Randy Castille additional drums (on Photograph
Tracii Guns additional guitar


1.  Cherry Pie  
2.  The Jones'  
3.  Down Boys  
4.  Southern Comfort  
5.  Hollywood (So Far, So Good)  
6.  Uncle Tom's Cabin  
7.  Sometimes She Cries  
8.  32 Pennies  
9.  Heaven  
10.  Thin Disguise  
11.  I Saw Red  
12.  Bad Tattoo  
13.  Lay Your Hands On Me  
14.  Photograph  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: T-Bone Date: April 25, 2004 at 17:54
Another rehash of Greatest & Latest. Comes in a cheap cardboard sleave. How about some new music instead of a Covers cd and 3 Best Of's guys?!?!?!?!

From: Blue Tequila Date: May 28, 2004 at 10:22
Since I didn't own Latest & Greatest I decided to pick this up. The price is cheap, it has a couple additional tracks, and the songs are different versions of the original (They have a heavier feel to them) so I was glad to have picked this up. You can really hear how Jani's voice has gone down hill compared to the original versions, especially on the slower songs. I agree T-Bone, a new album would be nice to see, especially now with Jamie in the band.

From: 80sMetal1 Date: June 27, 2004 at 5:02
Hell, I just wish they'd clean up some of their old demo's (production-wise) and release them. Some of their demos are really awesome. Game Of War, Young Wild & Free, Tease Machine, Last Action Hero, Fatal Attraction, all great songs that never saw the light of day!

From: RattnRoll Date: July 23, 2004 at 16:13
Let's recap, in the last decade they made a crappy studio album (B2B), a cover album and 3(!!!!!) ' best of' albums based on 4 good studio albums.. Boys get your butts in a studio and record the best album you can, but stop doin' the " Iron Maideneske-fanbase-shakedown".

From: Kip Date: January 10, 2005 at 7:32
Thats FOUR greates hits, a cover album and 2 awful grunge albums in not just a decade, but over a DOZEN years since their last good release. And when Dog Eat Dog was released no one liked it as much as their first 2. Warrant should just fade away quietly. There's no more milk left in the cow fellas. The Chicken has laid its last egg. I agree with 80sMetal. Put out your remsatered demos, they are spectacular songs.

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