Belly To Belly Volume One cd cover

Warrant

Belly To Belly Volume One

What a piece of crap. Remember that picture of Jani Lane where he wrote "Grunge Not!" on his chest with a marker? I guess he really didn't have a problem with alternative because that's all this is. They went out of their way to make the production sound crappy and they did a great job because it sounds like hell. This album is just a mess and it's a real shame. Jani is a very talented songwriter with a gift for writing catch songs, but on this cd you can only hear small bits and pieces that make it through. The chorus on Letter to a Friend is fantastic, but the rest of the song blows. That happens a couple of times, but mostly the whole cd just sucks. Jani, what happened? --Scott

Average Rathole Visitor Rating4.1

Track Listing

  1. In The End (There's Nothing)
  2. Feels Good
  3. Letter To A Friend
  4. A.Y.M.
  5. Indian Giver
  6. Falling Down
  7. Interlude #1
  8. Solid
  9. All 4 U
  10. Coffee House
  11. Interlude #2
  12. Vertigo
  13. Room With A View
  14. Nobody Else

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Jani Lane
GUITAR: Erik Turner
Rick Steier
BASS: Jerry Dixon
DRUMS: Bobby Borg

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: CMC Records
PRODUCED BY: Warrant
RELEASE YEAR: 1996
“If you could see it through my eyes, you'd know I tried to change it all. I've been trying all my life to stand up every time I fall. If you could see it through my eyes...”