|Ratt & Roll 8191|
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|Released||April 6, 1991|
|Producer||Beau Hill, Mike Stone, Sir Arthur Payson|
Ratt & Roll 8191 is a compilation album collecting most of the biggest hits from 1983 to 1991 by the American glam metal band Ratt. It charted at #57 and remained a consistent seller in the group's catalogue. Sales were at around 700,000 units by 2002 when another compilation, The Essentials, was released.
|USA||RIAA||1999||Gold (+ 500,000)|
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