multi-million selling act, which has brought us hits like: "Cherrie
Pie", "Heaven", "Sometimes She Cries",
"I Saw Red" and "Uncle Tom's Cabin". All of
them received massive airplay on MTV and made Warrant one of the
most popular and successful hard rock band's in the late 80's and
early 90's. Then the grunge wave hit us and bands like Warrant
disappeared from the screen.
they are back, ready to carry the torch forward - staying faithful
with the formula that once worked. Only small adjustments have
been made - original vocalist Jani Lane has been replaced with
Jaime St. James (Ex-Black 'n' Blue), while the core of the once so
successful band is still: Joey Allen (Lead guitars), Erik Turner (Rhythm
guitars), Jerry Dixon (Bass) and Steven Sweet (Drums).
well know producer Pat Regan at the helm, they have created an
album in the tradition of "Dirty Rotten Filthy Rich" and
"Cherrie Pie", brought into the new millennium with ease...
time passed them by? Sure, but they are sticking to their guns,
playing the style of music they love! Will it be as successful as
before? No not very likely, but who cares, what counts is the
you have a soft spot for the hard rock bands from the US from that era, then I am sure you'll dig this one as well...