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Warrant - Dog Eat Dog (1992) [Japan 1st Press] MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 140 Mb | Scans | Time: 49:33 Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Prog/Alternative Metal | Label: Sony Music Ent. | Cat.№: SRCS 5914
Dog Eat Dog was the third music album by American rock band Warrant. It was released on August 25, 1992 on the Columbia label of Sony Music. The album peaked at number 25 on The Billboard 200.
The album achieved "gold" status in the United States, but was significantly less successful in a commercial sense than the band's first two albums. It is, nonetheless, regarded by most critics as Warrant's strongest record, and a favorite among many devoted fans. The tone and style of the album could be said to be the last stage of the glam metal style during the 80s. It is also the last album to feature all five original members.
1. Machine Gun (3:44) 2. The Hole In My Wall (3:30) 3. April 2031 (5:05) 4. Andy Warhol Was Right (3:37) 5. Bonfire (4:20) 6. The Bitter Pill (4:06) 7. Hollywood (So Far, So Good) (3:46) 8. All My Bridges Are Burning (3:37) 9. Quicksand (3:58) 10. Let It Rain (4:15) 11. Inside Out (3:40) 12. Sad Theresa (3:25) 13. Lincolns, Mercurys And Fords (Bonus track for Japan) (2:30)
Produced by Michael Wagener
Warrant - Dog Eat Dog (1992) [Japan 1st Press]
• Jani Lane - vocals and acoustics • Jerry Dixon - bass • Joey Allen - rhythm/lead guitar • Erik Turner - rhythm guitar • Steven Sweet - drums and vocals
Additional Musicians: Scott Humphrey - keyboards Ron Feldman - grand piano Scott Warren - grand piano Dee Dee Bellson - backing vocals Yvonne Williams - backing vocals
While not a fundamental departure from the band's brand of melodic hard rock, Dog Eat Dog exhibited a heavier and darker sound than that found on the first two Warrant records, creating a style similar to Skid Row's Slave to the Grind. Parts of the record are ambitious and experimental, blending Hard Rock, progressive metal and alternative rock elements. The album was, above all, a showcase for the songwriting talents of vocalist Jani Lane.