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Ratt's aptly named debut album, Out of the Cellar, may have suggested they were underdogs of the then burgeoning L.A. glam metal scene, but this five-piece made up of brash young San Diego transplants and relative local veterans was in fact a force to contend with, and already gunning for the top of the heap. Having established a good buzz with their eponymous EP one year earlier, and then signed with powerhouse Atlantic Records as a result, Ratt now transposed their high-energy hard rock (derived from usual suspects Van Halen and Aerosmith, plus the staccato riffing of Judas Priest) into a multi-platinum-bound juggernaut that reached number seven on the Billboard charts, and initially outsold the more notorious Shout at the Devil, released months earlier by their friendly rivals Mötley Crüe. Not that it's difficult to understand why, since Out of the Cellar was a consistently entertaining listen from start to finish, thanks to strong album tracks like "Wanted Man," "Back for More," and the frenetic "I'm Insane," and also spawned a massive MTV and radio smash with "Round and Round." After all, a single gigantic hit is all a band needs, and "Round and Round" was an absolute monster, peaking at number 12 on the charts and going on to achieve immortality as one of the defining songs of the 1980s. It was also an impossible act to follow, as things turned out, and even though Ratt would continue to prosper for years to come, Out of the Cellar eventually came to represent a premature career high point.

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One of the best 80s albums

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Are You Kidding Me?

This is the First review of one the arguably finest Hair Metal albums of the 80's. Concise Hard Rocking good time songs, augmented by one of the finest guitarists of the era. If you are into 80's metal, this is a must Have.

best hair album of all time

Ratt is amazing. They are truly talented, unlike some of the other hair bands of the 80s (poison, bon jovi if you consider them hari metal, enuff z' enuff, etc.) Warren Dimartini is a truly underrated guitar virtuoso who uses different chords and melodies in his riffs instead of throwing a bunch of power chords together and calling it a song (listen to Back for More if you don't believe me.)Stephen Pearcy has a real edge to his voice, almost a bit like an Alice Cooper feel to it. Basically the odd numbered songs (1,3,5,7,9) are classics, and the rest are excellent too. By the way if you heard Round and Round and thought the lyrics were stupid (like I did,) don't worry, the other songs you can take seriously. If you like any type of rock or metal, just give this a chance. I know some metal heads dont appreciate hair metal, but give it a try, you won't regret it. It's an instant classic.


Se formó en: 1983 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Ratt's brash, melodic heavy metal made the Los Angeles quintet one of the most popular rock acts of the mid-'80s. The group had its origins in the '70s group Mickey Ratt, which had evolved into Ratt by 1983; at that time the band featured vocalist Stephen Pearcy, guitarist Robbin Crosby, guitarist Warren DeMartini, bassist Juan Croucier, and drummer Bobby Blotzer. The band released its self-titled first album independently in 1983, which led to a major label contract with Atlantic Records. Their...
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Out of the Cellar, Ratt
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  • Géneros: Metal, Música, Rock, Hair metal, Hard rock
  • Publicado: 27/03/1984

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