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  1. Vule Reply
    You'd never guess how sexist and politically incorrect all this is if you didn't read the lyric sheet, because you sure can't make out a single word coming out of the dentist's-drill glottis of Brian Johnson (except maybe the song titles, which tend to be repeated like mantras).
  2. Maugore Reply
    Nov 07,  · This is a melodic rocker and special to me. My very first LP. Got it in and going to record stores quickly became my second favorite thing to do/5().
  3. Malara Reply
    Label: Atlantic - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Glam/5(20).
  4. Tauzuru Reply
    Jun 20,  · Ratt - Invasion of Your Privacy () Album Photo by Eagles. Format: CD. 12 likes. 15 Ratt Album Photos.
  5. Brakora Reply
    Highlight tracks include: quot;Give It All,quot; quot;Closer to My Heart,quot; quot;Between the Eyes,quot; quot;What You Give Is What You Get,quot; quot;Got Me on the Line,quot; quot;You Should Know by Now,quot; quot;Dangerous But Worth the ciemunhandrickpebondhenamortoheadli.xyzinfo;Released just over a year after their blockbuster double-platinum debut, Ratt's second album.
  6. Vudocage Reply
    Dec 11,  · RATT released their sophomore album Invasion Of Your Privacy () A strong seller just like the previous year's debut.
  7. Vudal Reply
    The trio of 'Between The Eyes', 'What You Give Is What You Get' and 'Got Me On The Line' struggle to get my attention, and by now I have an itchy trigger finger. 'You Should By Now' is a fun-time rocker, the album completed by the anthem like 'Dangerous But Worth The Risk', the sexual innuendo represented in the lyrics all the way through the.
  8. Kajim Reply
    Apr 22,  · A very respectable follow-up to the debut smash. "Your in Love" is my favorite, as others have said it has a monster riff. At this point, Ratt looked like they would be a big band for years to come, sadly next year's Dance LP killed their momentum and they were quickly swept away by the second wave of Hair bands. But in , they were still living that Shining Moment, with the Invasion album.
  9. Taujora Reply
    If anything, returning producer Beau Hill merely helped Ratt fine-tune their songs and give them a brighter pop sheen (including some telltale electronic percussion), but although there were still hit singles to be had via riff-driven opener "You're in Love," "Lay It Down," and "What You Give Is What You Get," none of these challenged the first.