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Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In

Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In
  • Performer Poison
  • Title Look What The Cat Dragged In
  • Date of release 1986
  • Country US
  • Style Hard Rock, Glam, Heavy Metal
  • Label Enigma Records
  • Catalog number ST-73202
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Album
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 2992 mb
  • Size FLAC 1376 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 601

Tracklist

1Blame It On You2:31
2I Want Action3:04
3Talk Dirty To Me3:43
4Want Some, Need Some3:49
5I Won't Forget You3:34
6Let Me Go To The Show2:45
7# 1 Bad Boy3:14
8Cry Tough3:14
9Play Dirty4:06
10Look What The Cat Dragged In3:11

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ST-12523Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In ‎(LP, Album)Enigma Records , Capitol RecordsST-12523US1986
CDE-73202Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In ‎(CD, Album)Enigma Records CDE-73202US1986
MFN 69PPoison Look What The Cat Dragged In ‎(LP, Album, Pic)Music For NationsMFN 69PUK1986
2350Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In ‎(LP, Album)N.E.W Musidisc2350France1986
CDP 7 46735 2Poison Look What The Cat Dragged In ‎(CD, Album)Capitol RecordsCDP 7 46735 2US1990

Credits

  • BassBobby Dall
  • Co-producer, EngineerJim Faraci
  • DrumsRikki Rockett
  • GuitarC.C. DeVille
  • ProducerRic Browde
  • Producer, Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • VocalsBret Michaels
  • Written-ByB. Dall, B. Michaels, C.C. DeVille, R. Rockett
  • BassBobby Dall
  • Co-producer, EngineerJim Faraci
  • DrumsRikki Rockett
  • GuitarC.C. DeVille
  • Mixed ByMichael Frondelli (tracks: 1)
  • ProducerRic Browde
  • Producer, Mixed ByMichael Wagener
  • VocalsBret Michaels
  • Written-ByB. Dall, B. Michaels, C.C. DeVille, R. Rockett

Notes

(P)(C) 1986 Capitol/Enigma Records.
On Tape (P) 1990(P) 1986 Enigma Entertainment Corporation.

This is the original release on Enigma records PRIOR to Capitol Records getting involved. The version of 'Cry Tough' found here is the ORIGINAL MIX before being Re-Mixed by Michael Frondenelli for the Capitol "Reissue".

Bret Michaels: Vocalizin' & Socializin'
Rikki Rockett: Sticks, Tricks & Lipstick Fix
Bobby Dall: Bass Rapin' & Heartbreakin'
C.C. DeVille: Guitar Screechin' & Hair Bleachin'Reissue 180 gm gatefold purple vinyl

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Album

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Discussions of the Poison - Look What The Cat Dragged In Album


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Dandr
(laughing) It came from the distributor for free …

Oh come on … while the music isn’t that good, there’s no reason not to have some fun.

‘Hair Metal’ certainly existed long before Poison, yet these fun loving cartoon characters took it all to a new level, complete with Barbie Doll makeup for an exquisite ‘Glam Metal’ approach, where wearing cowboy boots with spandex and western shirts became the new normal … and of course therein lies the musical dilemma. Poison’s image made a splash for sure, yet it was that look that overshadowed their music, where the stage antics managed to push their music (?) even further into the background, leaving few to take this band at all seriously. All of this made Poison most suitable for a mid evening post-porn show at Sandals Grande Retreat, all before things between you and your sweetie truly heated up.

All of that being said, Poison knew where they were headed, and that was ‘juvenile heaven’, complete with more cringing hooks than a fisherman, this visually garish band laughably gyrated themselves down the same avenue as Motley Crue, though with more popish and polished rowdy tunes, tunes with a broader based appeal and teasing sensibilities. For the genre, DeVille’s guitar solos are nothing short of blistering, Dall was an above average bass player with a fat sound that was very infectious, Rockett produced amazing breaks and fills, leaving Brett perhaps the weakest link in the band, though that juxtaposition was exactly what inspired attention.

With $23,000 Poison emerged from the studio with Look What The Cat Dragged In, a terrible sounding indulgent album laced with lots of filler, some big hits, and an album cover that nearly defined that strange decade known as the 80’s. And if that’s not enough for you, this bit of wanderlust soared to the top of the charts, instantly selling three million copies, where if you can believe it, fans thought so much of the record that it was remastered, complete with bonus tracks (who knew?), with the only requirement for purchase being to push up your sleeves, don some shoulder pads, and remember what it was like to sport a full head of hair.

Critics have claimed that this album, even by 1980’s standards, was intellectually empty and entirely derivative, though it seemed by the middle of the Reagan era, folks just wanted to have a bit of nonthinking mindless fun, with Poison offering all that and more. Add to this the notion that Poison were in total rotation, the darlings of MTV, meaning nothing could stop ‘em. Perhaps Poison just might be forgiven if they had decided not to take themselves so seriously, appearing as cartoon characters or a sitcom come to life, complete with backstabbing, infighting, far too many drugs, along with a solid self deluded belief that they were actually any good … where surprise of surprises to me, was that this album, in mint factory sealed vinyl condition, complete with hyper stickers sells for upward of $50US.

Listen, I’m not seriously knocking Poison, and I know it seems that I am, it’s just that Poison exist on a far grander scale as a memory than something remastered that the cat dragged into the 21st Century.

Review by Jenell Kesler