18 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This collection follows Poison’s evolution from lipsticked party boys to bandanna-wrapped hard rockers. The first half is packed with their ’80s hair-metal jams, including “Talk Dirty to Me,” a three-chord collision of bubblegum-punk riffs and Bret Michaels’ salacious come-ons, and “Nothin’ But a Good Time,” which explodes with glossy, Cheap Trick-streaked hooks and harmonies. The country-gospel-kissed ballad “Stand,” complete with gently plucked mandolin, anchors the second half, and it's emblematic of the twangy sounds and heartland sincerity that marked their music throughout the ’90s.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This collection follows Poison’s evolution from lipsticked party boys to bandanna-wrapped hard rockers. The first half is packed with their ’80s hair-metal jams, including “Talk Dirty to Me,” a three-chord collision of bubblegum-punk riffs and Bret Michaels’ salacious come-ons, and “Nothin’ But a Good Time,” which explodes with glossy, Cheap Trick-streaked hooks and harmonies. The country-gospel-kissed ballad “Stand,” complete with gently plucked mandolin, anchors the second half, and it's emblematic of the twangy sounds and heartland sincerity that marked their music throughout the ’90s.

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