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|Released||May 13, 1996|
|Genre||Hard rock, glam metal|
Rocking Tall is a compilation album by the American rock band Warrant, released through Sony music in 1996.The collection spans the band's history from 1989 through 1992; although it does not include "Heaven", one of the band's most popular songs.
Rocking Tall was released in conjunction with The Best of Warrant , both albums released in the same year roughly one month apart: The Best of Warrant was released April 2, 1996 and Rocking Tall May 13, 1996. Rocking Tall featured as a second disc/alternate version to The Best of Warrant.
All tracks are written by Jani Lane, except where noted.
|1.||"Down Boys"||Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich||4:04|
|2.||"Train, Train"||S. Medlocke||Cherry Pie||2:49|
|3.||"Sometimes She Cries"||Lane, J. Dixon||Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich||4:44|
|4.||"32 Pennies"||Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich||3:09|
|5.||"Cold Sweat"||Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich||3:30|
|6.||"Cherry Pie"||Lane, J. Allen, Dixon, S. Sweet, E. Turner||Cherry Pie||3:21|
|7.||"Sure Feels good to Me"||Lane, D. Stag, J.B. Frank||Cherry Pie||2:39|
|8.||"The Bitter Pill"||Dog Eat Dog||4:07|
|9.||"Quicksand"||Dog Eat Dog||3:58|
|10.||"Machine Gun"||Dog Eat Dog||3:44|
Warrant is an American glam metal band formed in 1984 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, that experienced success from 1988 to 1996 with five albums reaching international sales of over 10 million. The band first came into the national spotlight with their double platinum debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, and one of its singles, "Heaven," reached No. 1 in Rolling Stone and No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The band's success continued in the early 1990s with the double platinum album Cherry Pie which provided the hit album titled song and music video.
Jani Lane was an American recording artist and the lead vocalist, frontman, lyricist and main songwriter for the glam metal band Warrant. From Hollywood, California, the band experienced success from 1989 to 1996 with five albums reaching international sales of over 10 million. Lane left Warrant in 2004 and again in 2008 after a brief reunion. Lane also released a solo album, Back Down to One, in 2003, and the album Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner with a new group, Saints of the Underground, in 2008. Lane contributed lead vocals and songwriting to various projects throughout his career.
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Born Again is Warrant's seventh studio album released on June 27, 2006. The album features ex-Black N' Blue vocalist Jaime St. James who replaced Jani Lane in 2004. Lane left the band due to personal and business disagreements and thus, Born Again is the first Warrant album not to feature him on lead vocals. The album was produced by internationally acclaimed producer and engineer Pat Regan and also features the return of original members, lead guitarist Joey Allen and drummer Steven Sweet.
Under the Influence is the sixth studio album by American rock band Warrant released in 2001. The album is a covers album with two original new tracks, "Face" and "Sub Human". The band toured in support of the album with Poison in the summer of 2001 on the Glam Slam Metal Tour which was cut 3 weeks short due to back injuries sustained by Poison bassist Bobby Dall.
Back Down to One is the debut studio album by Jani Lane, former lead vocalist of the American hard rock band Warrant. Lane was still the lead singer of Warrant when this album was first released on August 22, 2003 featuring a band Lane assembled composed of guitarist Matt Cleary, ex-Defcon bass player Mark Mathews and drummer Adam Mercer. The bulk of the album material would be co-composed by his erstwhile Warrant colleague Keri Kelli.
Greatest & Latest is a music album by American rock band Warrant originally released in 1999. The album features new recorded studio versions of their (greatest) material. It also features three previously unreleased (latest) songs "The Jones", "Southern Comfort", and "Bad Tattoo".
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Saints of The Underground was a hard rock supergroup that was formed in 2006 by Ratt drummer Bobby Blotzer and now former Alice Cooper guitarist Keri Kelli, who recruited ex-Warrant singer Jani Lane and House of Lords bassist Chuck Wright.
Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner is the debut and only album of Saints of the Underground, a hard rock supergroup composed of Jani Lane (ex-Warrant), Keri Kelli, Robbie Crane (ex-Ratt) and Bobby Blotzer (ex-Ratt). The album was released on April 22, 2008.
"I Saw Red" is a breakup ballad by American rock band Warrant. It was released in December 1990 as the second single from Warrant's second album Cherry Pie. The song was one of Warrant's most successful singles, reaching number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1991, number 14 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and number 36 on the Australian charts and spawning two music videos.
Rockaholic is the eighth studio album by American rock band Warrant, released on May 17, 2011. This is the first album to feature the band’s third lead singer Robert Mason, who replaced original lead singer Jani Lane in 2008. Lane returned to the band for a 2008 reunion tour but by the end of the year, he and the band parted ways for the second time. Lane had previously replaced former lead singer Jaime St. James, who performed lead vocals on the band's last album, Born Again, and who initially replaced Lane in 2004.
The following is a comprehensive discography of Warrant, an American glam metal band from Los Angeles, California, that experienced its biggest success in the late 1980s/early 1990s. The band has released a total of nine studio albums with international sales of albums and singles combined at approximately 10 million. The band first came into the national spotlight with their double platinum debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, and one of its singles, "Heaven," reached #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The band continued its success in the early 1990s with the double platinum album Cherry Pie which provided the hit album titled song.
The Bitter Pill is the title of the fifth power ballad by American hard rock band Warrant. The song was released in 1992 as the second single from Warrant's third album Dog Eat Dog which charted at #25 on The Billboard 200.