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Warrant had a tough time living down their huge hit “Cherry Pie,” and this 1992 album (their third and last big seller) is a reaction against that earlier version of the pop that made them famous. Helmed by producer Michael Wagener (Mötley Crüe), the band went for the jugular. Underrated songwriter/singer Jani Lane was already memorializing his own fleeting rock stardom here (“Andy Warhol Was Right,” “The Bitter Pill”) while still celebrating fame (the anthemic “Hollywood

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Possibly WARRANT's BEST album

I've been a fan of Warrant since their debut, and stuck around up until this album was released, but like most people, I slowly got pulled away by the 'alternative' undercurrent starting around that time leaving my Warrant CDs to eventually collect dust. But it is now 2007 and I've since rekindled my love for this band by first rediscovering just how AWESOME their third release, Dog Eat Dog, really is! I had originally pretty much wore this cd out upon it's release back in '92, but hadn't really given it much listen since, which is why I think it sounds so FRESH today, even more than it once did! I forgot just how great of a singing/songwriting/storytelling talant Jani Lane was, and just how great of a ROCK band with their own sound the rest of the members were! The whole Dog Eat Dog album ROCKS, but my past and current favorites are: The Bitter Pill, Andy Warhol Was Right, April 2031, Machine Gun, The Hole In My Wall, Inside Out and All My Bridges Are Burning. If you like a great ROCK album, get this one, you won't be disappointed.


This album far exceeded any work put out by Warrant prior to Dog Eat Dog. Nothing before or after will ever match the bone crunching guitar work evident throughout the album. Jani never sounded better. I true Masterpiece.

A must for Warrant fans!

I bought this CD when it was originally released back in '92 and I still find myself listening to it today. This was an incredible effort and an excellent CD. Unfortunatly for Warrant, and other hair bands, grunge was about to hit full stride. This album was just a footnote in whatever Warrant's contract obligation was. A true shame. This does not sound like the same band on the first to albums, They are a heavier and more mature band. Some of these lyrics are amazing. If you are a Warrant fan and have not heard this, you owe it to yourself to buy this. Not track by track, buy the whole album. I promise you won't regret it.


Formed: 1984 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With a pair of double-platinum albums and three Top Ten singles, Warrant were one of the most popular pop-metal bands of the late '80s. Formed in Los Angeles in 1984, the group weathered several lineup changes before solidifying around the talents of vocalist Jani Lane, guitarist Erik Turner, guitarist Joey Allen, bassist Jerry Dixon, and drummer Steven Sweet. The band signed with Columbia Records in January 1988 and released Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich one year later; by that summer, it had...
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