1. Devils Juice 2.Dirty Jack 3.Bourbon County Line 4.Hell, CA 5.Angels 6.Love Strikes Like Lightning 7.Glimmer 8.Roler Coaster 9.Down in Diamonds 10.Velvet Noose 11.Roxy 12.Good Times
And the winner for best named album of the year goes to, WARRANT! Born Again, in the title of the album as well as the literal sense, the 'down boys' have come a long way from "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and "Cherry Pie". While their roots are still buried in that hard pounding rock n roll, the older more mature Warrant seems to take things a bit more serious on this (for me) long awaited album, proving that, yes, they are keeping 'kick- ass' not 'kiss-ass' rock alive. Sounding very much like a mix of a rockin' "power bluesy" sound, I was pleased to see the overall feel of Warrant hasn't changed much over the years.
From slow love ballads like "Glimmer" to raunchy rockers like "Roxy", this CD will defintley find a place in any Warrant fan's CD case. Jaime St. James, formerly of Black n Blue, has exactly what it takes to put the rock in this rock band and backed by some of the finest musicians, I'd expect this album to do very very well. "Devil's Juice", "Hell, CA", "Dirty Jack"--all classics in the making as far as I'm concerned and I'd recommend this to anyone who was a fan of Warrant in the 80's or is just discovering them now. As the album covers says-- theyre pitching in to keep KICK ASS rock alive...and I say Thank God!!
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