Dog Eat Dog cd cover

Warrant

Dog Eat Dog

This was the cd where I finally discovered Warrant. And apparently where everyone else wrote them off. A lot of bands got screwed in the dark time of Nirvana, but few got it worse than Warrant. They were called the worst of the genre and blamed for everything. And all in the wake of probably their best work. All my Bridges are Burning and Quicksand (ironic titles in retrospect) are their two best songs, and the rest of the album is totally solid. With a heavier sound and more mature writing, this should have been their time, but it wasn't to be. Cherry Pie was their most successful cd, but this was their peak and this is the one I will always remember them by. --Scott

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Track Listing

  1. machine gun
  2. the hole in my wall
  3. 47939
  4. andy warhol was right
  5. bonfire
  6. the bitter pill
  7. hollywood (so far so good)
  8. all my bridges are burning
  9. quicksand
  10. let it rain
  11. inside out
  12. sad theresa

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Jani Lane
GUITAR: Joey Allen
Erik Turner
BASS: Jerry Dixon
DRUMS: Steven Sweet

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Columbia
PRODUCED BY: Michael Wagener
RELEASE YEAR: 1992
“One step further led me nowhere. I was stuck inside this haunted house. Why was I shown all this glory? Heaven help me come around.”