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  • Audio CD (Oct. 25 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0000026M3
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

1. 32 Pennies
2. Down Boys
3. Big Talk
4. Sometimes She Cries
5. So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against The Law)
6. D.R.F.S.R.
7. In The Sticks
8. Heaven
9. Ridin' High
10. Cold Sweat

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Murlatt on Jan. 2 2004
Format: Audio CD
I don't want to hear anybody say "hair rock" or "hair metal" as though it's a bad thing ever again.
This album has all the attitude a rock album needs with the hooks that you need and blazing guitar solos that are required to make a truly great rock 'n' roll record. If the fact that they are a hair band stops you from buying the album, you're missing out on some great music not just from this CD but from the whole genre.
To put this into perspective, 6 of the 10 songs on the CD made it to "Warrant's Greatest Hits" released a few years back. 32 Pennies, Down Boys, Big Talk, Sometimes She Cries, D. R. F. S. R, and the ballad Heaven. The other songs don't exactly stink up the place by any means. As I said, it's just a solid rock 'n' roll record!
That said, the only thing that I could take away from the album is the amount of songs on it that went straight to the greatest hits. It kind of is like "Why buy this when more than half the album is already on the greatest hits?" Well, I think the other 4 tunes are good enough to pay for but if you are the type that would rather just get a "greatest hits" album rather than get all the greatest hits by owning the actual albums, that might be a better idea. I, personally, like both. Greatest hits are nice to have for travel but great albums like this one are a must for any rocker. Pick it up! You'll be glad you did!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By HeadbangerDuh on May 8 2004
Format: Audio CD
Although many metalheads look upon this band and era disrespectfully, this is one of my all-time favorite albums. It is Poison-esque hair metal. Jani Lane, in spite of criticism that he could not sing, actually has a very pleasing voice, in my opinion. All of the songs on here are absolutely great. My personal favorites are Down Boys, Heaven, the title track, and many more. Heaven was a huge chart hit in 1988, reaching #2 on the Billboard singles chart. It is on of the best 80's power ballads. If you like Poison, you will probably love this band.
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By Jimmy on Oct. 12 2011
Format: Audio CD
The CD arrives a few days late but is impecable, nothing wrong within and was exactly that I was waiting for.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Remember Jani Lane Aug. 17 2011
By w. mendez - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Recently when I received this album Jani Lane has passed away so it was a little sad to hear this record, knowing that the most important songwriter in Warrant was not among us anymore. D.R.F.S.R was the first and breakout record for Warrant, it's a master piece of 80's hard Rock, includes one of their most known balladas like Heaven and powerfull party rock songs like So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against the Law). The produccion made by Beau Hill is suberb like most of his 80's hard rock albums. In the end it's a must have album for a Warrant fan and a piece to remember a great vocalist and songwriter
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Rock and ROLL! July 11 2000
By Howie Goodson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I remember listening to this album when it was new back in my teenage days. I bought it and played it until the tape was practically destroyed. Recently, I picked up the CD as an afterthought. I mean really, I'm an educated adult now... What entertainment could I possibly get from an old glam band from the 80's? Well... I popped in the CD on the way home and almost couldn't believe how it took me back to those "good ol' days". Its some of the best music on the shelf! If you're a Poison or Def Leppard fan and remember the days when music was actually GOOD this is one of the albums to definitely pick up!
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Solid, strong 80's pop metal Sept. 22 2000
By Taylor Sapp - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've always thought of WARRANT as one of the better 80's hair bands, and DIRTY ROTTEN... is their second best album, after the far superior CHERRY PIE. While this album isn't particularly original, the hit ballads "Heaven" and "Sometimes she Cries" are fantastic, and "Down Boys" is a perfectly fun cheesy rocker. My only problem with this album might be attitude. This album in general lacks the trashy fun of CHERRY PIE, or albums such as SKID ROW's debut, or MOTLEY CRUES, DR. FEELGOOD. CINDERELLA and GREAT WHITE might be the most similar comparisons, although this album does have some simularities to much of WHITE LION'S work (although it lacks the complexity). Anyways, for a solid 80's rock albun, this is a good choice. But I recommend casual fans to start with CHERRY PIE, or their GREATEST HITS (which I feel is the best way to go). And, for god's sake, stay away from the awful quasi-alterntave junk of their more recent releases (it all goes downhill after DOG EAT DOG).
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
By Antoinette Avalon - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Warrant's "Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich" is an album I would recommend for any serious collection of "metal" music. The songs are energetic, melodic, great lyrics, pretty much everything you could ask for. Jani Lane is a wonderful songwriter and singer, and in this debut album we caught a glimpse of the potential of this great band. I always found it amusing that a lot of Warrant's songs had some lyrics that reminded me of country music. Not to worry, the band played in a way that left no doubt in your mind it was NOT country music. This album is a classic! From the "power ballad" "Heaven" to the tongue in cheek "D.R.F.S.R." this album delivers. As for other albums you may like if you like this band, well, starting in 1998 and moving forward into early this year there has been a phenomenal amount of activity within bands of this genre. I started cross referencing and came up with some great news! I am happy to report that Sebastian Bach (former Skid Row vocalist) has released his first solo album, and to date it is one I personally would rate as a five star album. Lizzy Borden's last release was 1995, Poison's and Quiet Riot's were 1996 so don't count them out yet. As for the rest...prepare to be surprised. The rest of these bands have new or re-released titles between 1998 and early 1999. AC/DC, Accept, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, Bang Tango, Baton Rouge, Bon Jovi, Cinderella, Danger Danger, Dangerous Toys, Def Leppard, Dokken, FireHouse, Great White, Guns 'N Roses, Heavens Edge, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Kane Roberts, Kiss, Kix, L.A. Guns, Metallica, Motley Crue, Mr. Big, Ozzy Osbourne, Ratt, Saigon Kick, Scorpions, Slaughter, Sleeze Beez, Steelheart, Twisted Sister, Tyketto, Van Halen, Warrant and Whitesnake. So, to quote Quiet Riot, "Cum on Feel the Noize". (For those who are unfamiliar, that's how they spelled it on the album!) You can start right here with this album, Warrant's "Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich"
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I know I shouldn't like this stuff, but ... Oct. 13 2008
By Sal Nudo - Published on
Format: Audio CD
... some of the songs are simply guilty pleasures that have somehow found their way back on my stereo! I owned this tape back when I was in high school, and perhaps these days I'm a little more comfortable embracing my cartoonish metal-lite past. From the start, punchy guitars and drumming, breezy and confident choruses, and scorching guitar solos and a carefree attitude are all par for the course on this cheeky debut album. The hit "Down Boys" might be one of Warrant's slickest, best songs ever, and the sappy but heartfelt "Heaven" was perhaps a fitting culmination of what the heavy metal "ballad" was becoming by the late 1980s. Get your lighters out, boys and girls.

There was always an underlying goofiness to Warrant's over-the-top sound, but say what you want, these guys knew the value of a good hook. For every tough-talking tune that tried to display Warrant's Hollywood street cred ("Big Talk," "D.R.F.S.R.," "Ridin' High"), the band never forgot its bread and butter market -- the female teenager fan. "Sometimes She Cries" is as hokey as it gets, but the song probably sounded great at proms all across the country during Warrant's heyday. And this band could rock out, too. "So Damn Pretty" is chock-full of both gritty and amazingly fluid guitar work, while the album's title track is a genuine diatribe against the cheaters of corporate America that's actually effective and relevant these days, and even a bit edgy considering Warrant's normal output.

Seminal `80s producer Beau Hill seemed to let the band do its thing on "D.R.F.S.R.," and surprisingly, the album sounds rawer than most of what RATT, who also utilized Hill's producing services, was churning out during most of the decade. So if you're up for a little fun and old-fashioned `80s nostalgia, this now out-of-print CD just might be the way to go.

Cool cover, too.

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