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Look What The Cat Dragged In - 20th Anniversary Edition

1 Aug 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Aug 2006
  • Release Date: 1 Aug 2006
  • Label: Capitol Catalog
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 Capitol Records, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 43:26
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  • ASIN: B001ILT3SK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,203 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Dec 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album really is a 'quilty pleasure'. You wont be advertising the fact that it is part of your CD collection, but it will still be there, tucked away behind your copy of the latest Sum-41 atrocity, because you need that little slice of 80's glam-metal to still be around today. It is unbelievable how dated LWTCDI sounds but it is also one of its qualities. Nobody could (or would) make an album like this now. It just would not sell. Back in the 80s, it was a different story. Believe it or not, this was the equivalent to nu-metal - being that it wasn't actually 'nu', rather just simply metal. This was cutting edge rebbelious stuff! Ahem.
Still, it has a wealth of tunesmithery to be proud of. If you like, they are the 80s equivalent to Andrew WK (there were a lot of them back then). It starts in sombre mood with Cry Tough, however without the saccharine sentiment that marred their later work. It is understated and quite mellow, just dragging you along, introducing you to themselves without being TOO noisy. I Want Action follows in true party spirit. It is a typical Poison song; cocky, playful, undemanding and catchy. An anthem. A slushy I Wont Forget You comes straight after and is actually one of my favouite tracks. The tracks like I Want Some... and IWFY show how adept they are at producing a nice ballad, something which held them in good stead for Every Rose Has A Thorn.
In short, you can't go wrong with Poison's first and, to my mind, best album. It has party anthems and galloping 80s glam tunes together with slow, melancholy ballads that can be quite touching, despite their overall cheesiness. I would recommend it but anyone who has been brought up on Slipknot and Blink 182 and the like are not going to be convinced.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Oct 2000
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Behind the lipstick, eyeliner, hair spary, and rather unique clothing (to say the least) comes an album from Poison that helps them live up to the name, "The Glam Slam Kings Of Noise". The 80's sound, the glam look, and punk attitude of this album is easily recognisable. This is shown in the tracks "Play Dirty", "Want Some, Need Some", "Talk Dirty To Me", "Let Me Go To The Show", and "#1 Bad Boy". Even though a lot of people wrote this album off as a disgrace, let it be known that out of the ten tracks on this album five of them became big hits fot Poison, and ended up been on their Gold Greatest Hits CD. This is one debut album that I really like. Every Poison fan should have it, and when you have got it, go and blow up your speakers. This album needs to be played loud for maximum effect. This album provides every listener with a true dose of Poison.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shane Anthony William Wolfe on 17 July 2008
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When i saw this LP in the record shop, i thought; Who are these girls? I nearly didnt buy it but as it was, nothing else new had been released in the rock section so i took a chance. First thing i found out was they werent girls, second, hey! Its actually a great record!!

Cry Tough tells you how a make-up wearing hair band lived and survived in LA's streets, anmd set the standards for the rest of the album. I Want Action is a basic, no frills sex anthem and it rocks like a rampant teen on a first date.

I Wont Forget You is the band trying its hand at the Rock Ballad and it falls between ok and so-so. The real highlights are the title track Look What The Cat Dragged In and Talk Dirty To Me. Cat Dragged is a superb slice of LA Rock, all sleazy and nasty and full of illicit promises in the back of your car. Talk Dirty is the same in a different style, and both tracks are just as good today as sing-a-long anthems.

The rest of the album is standard fare for the time, big chorus, stinging guitar from Deville and Bret's clean clear voice are excellent throughout.

80's Glam? You need this in your collection.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ratmonkey on 24 Aug 2011
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Very uncool (but somehow slipped into the ironically cool, then just cool again category) but the best guilty pleasure you're likely to experience (well this and Alice Cooper's 'The Man Behind The Mask'). The front cover oozes a Spinal Tap affiliation, despite it being deadly serious. And the material is no-frills balls to the wal rawk but ramped up to the nines. In a word it is stunning. Not only because of the cheek of it all but because it is all absolutely brilliant.

'Cry Tough' starts as you would not expect the album to start. Slow and thoughtful. It's a proper good song. 'I Want Action' is more like it! It's sleazy and (un)cool and dripping with sass. But musically it still kicks some butt. 'I Won't Forget You' slips straight back into ballad mode. And expertly so. Another favourite of mine and it hits all the emotional heartstrings. 'Play Dirty' is something of a bad boy rock classic. The title track is possibly one of the best tracks I have heard. It's REALLY heavy and has a contagious riff that should sound dumb. Nope. And by the chorus you're almost crying it's that good.

'Talk Dirty To Me' is the swagger-rock classic. It's got power chords, it's got rhythm and it's all about sex. NIce. 'Want Some, Need Some' is a good track but lacks the pizazz of the previous efforts. Still not a bad song though. 'Blame it on You' is average at best. Again, not awful but pales in comparison to the preceding might. 'No1 Bad Boy' is slightly better but is far too confident and it sounds as if they had run out of riffs by the latter half of the album's run. The closer is better still but no classic either. It's somewhat of a fan favourite though so I'm not knocking it.
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