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  • CD (9 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Réservé à un public averti, Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000002ABC
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Ce "Best Of" est le tout premier album que j'ai acheté de Warrant, et depuis ce moment, je suis une fan de ce groupe ! "Heaven" est une des plus belles ballades de l'histoire de la musique, et il ne faut surtout pas non plus manquer la superbe version accoustique de "I Saw Red" (qui, selon moi, est encore meilleure que la vraie version). Mais il y a aussi beaucoup de chansons qui bougent sur ce CD, comme "32 Pennies In A Ragu Jar", qui est géniale ! Franchement, c'est le CD que chacun devrait avoir dans sa collection !
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HASH(0x93d960e4) étoiles sur 5 Best of those Down Boys 12 mai 2005
Par Daniel J. Hamlow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Back in my NMSU days, I heard of the Triple Threat Tour, consisting of three pop metal bands on the road together. They were Warrant, Firehouse, and Trixter. Between these three, Warrant was definitely the most successful, having charted six Top 40 hits in three years, only to faze out with the onset of alternative and when metal was taken to a new extreme. The Best of Warrant is just that, featuring all six of those hits, as well as others.

Vocalist Jani Lane and company were no exception to the rule of metal bands that the way to get more airplay and hence more sales was a power ballad. This they did with their #2 hit, "Heaven," replete with guitars, backing choruses, perfect for an audience with an ocean of lighters waving back and forth. The other big power ballad, which scraped the Top 20 was "Sometimes She Cries" which while a worthy song, may have drawn comparisons to fellow rockers Winger and "Hangin' On A Heartbreak" which had charted the previous year.

Of course, one can't forget their debut single, "Down Boys" the usual metal with background keyboards, though not as pronounced as say something produced by Ron Nevison. Nice rhythm, chorus sung in unison by the group, and good enough to reach #27 on the Hot 100.

The title track to their first album, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, is a hard-driving anthem of the materialistic 80's, of wanting more money and frills. Just what kind of society have we bred, when those D.R.F.S.R. want to light their cigars with $100 bills.

Even more of an anthem was the macho guilty pleasure arena rock of the #10 hit "Cherry Pie," the title track of their second album-remember the cover of the waitress with her apron, as well as /She's my cherry pie/cool drink of water, such a sweet surprise/tastes so good, make a grown man cry/sweet cherry pie./ I think of Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar On Me" mixed with Aerosmith's "Rag Doll." A smile on your face ten miles wide, huh?

The only other notable song is their #93 song, "Big Talk" about the oft-spoken saying of if you're gonna talk big, you'd better be able to back it up. And not all of Warrant's song were braggadocio pop metal. After a beginning acoustic blues melody, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" tells of a law enforcement coverup of murders, with the bodies hidden in a wishing well. The other example was the betrayed love of "I Saw Red." The version here is the acoustic B-side of the original #10 single. Of particular songwriting note is when Janie sings how he didn't have to see the expression of the other man's face, but that of his woman.

Material from Dog Eat Dog, "Hole In The Wall" and "Machine Gun" doesn't compare to the rest of the material, which features a consistent sound. Finally, their cover of Queen's "We Will Rock You" from Gladiator (the 1992 film with Cuba Gooding Jr.) is a nice try, as nothing compares to the original.

A good retrospective of the band's best moments.
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HASH(0x937e10d8) étoiles sur 5 Great Rock Album 18 mars 2004
Par Micheal Hunt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Despite what anyone thinks of the image of the band. These guys are a great band and very talented! There lyrics and music rocked my ears off and this is the ultimate Warrant album!
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HASH(0x93740564) étoiles sur 5 Best band of them all! 1 décembre 2007
Par Book worm - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
In high school I used to listen to rap music.In college I still love rap,until the day I heard Skidrow's I remember you and Nelson's Love and Affection.Since then I never listen to rap.I've focused my attention to Metallica (black album), all of Megadeth's albums, watched their concert videos over and over again, till I stumbled in this great band - WARRANT.
Since hearing Uncle Tom's cabin, cherry pie and my all time favorite - I saw Red, I bought all of their albums, and I've especially love the heavier songs like Hole in my Wall, Family Picnic, Andy Warhol, Hollywood, FACE, Sum of One and some of their greats like Down Boys, Blind Faith and Heaven. If you like party rock, heavier glam and enjoy listening to power ballads, this band is the greatest and a must have for album collection!
I'll name my soon to be baby, Janie, after Jani Lane, my all time favorite vocalist...
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HASH(0x937e139c) étoiles sur 5 These guys got a bad rap 12 août 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I always hated "Glam-metal" back in the 80's, being more of a Motorhead/Metallica kind of guy;but there was always something about these guys that I liked. The songs from the 1rst lp are a catchy, guilty pleasure for me, they wore black leather instead of pink spandex and scarves, and they(especially the 2nd and 3rd albums), were really heavier than people gave them credit for. I never owned any of the albums, but after I got married in the early 90's, I started listening to my wifes discs, and what do you know...I had never realized how ballsy Uncle Tom's Cabin really was. The guitar sound is pretty thick, and the drums were nice and powerful. Then I heard Dog Eat Dog, and thought some of the tracks on that were as smokin' as a Priest record. Don't get me wrong, I'm not making any Pantera claims for these guys, but I really think a Priest/Scorpions fan would really find something to like about this disc. Just do what I do when I get caught and say: "It's not mine, it's my wifes". :)
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HASH(0x94e8a504) étoiles sur 5 Why did they screw with "I Saw Red"? 31 août 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For many male rock fans, well me anyway, Warrant was a guilty pleasure. Sure, they weren't Firehouse or Trixter but you still wouldn't wear a Warrant shirt to a Metallica concert for fear of an ass-whuppin'. After a near decade of way too serious "new metal", listening to this CD was a welcome breath of fresh air. "Down Boys", "Thin Disguise", "Mr. Rainmaker" and Thin Lizzy ripoff "Big Talk" all hit the right licks. "Cherry Pie" is the quintessential TooShort rap with guitars & real drums. And naturally, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" still peels the skin off my ears. Of course, the other half of the Warrant songbook was big, fat power ballads and they are here too. Well, those are for my wife. Listen, if you must, to the cliche' riddled "Heaven", "Sometimes She Cries", and "Bed of Roses". Surprisingly, paint-by-numbers "Blind Faith" didn't make this collection. My biggest gripe, however, is the solo acoustic version of "I Saw Red" that is riper than a toddler's morning diaper. "Red" is the one Warrant ballad I did like and probably in my top 3 overall and we get this way way over the top melodramatic version. Well, when my wife said she thought this version was really good, I realized I had the answer to my question above. That Warrant, always playing to the ladies.
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