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Ratt - 1983 Ratt [EP]
At the very forefront of the NWLAHM in the early eighties were Ratt. Their brand of commercial metal was a standout at the time, with a good image, strong guitar players, and a 'battened down' rhythm section.

Ratt - 1984 Out Of The Cellar
Despite the brain-dead press who tried to write this band off as being nothing more than ordinary, the youth of America voted with with their feet and their wallets, converting 'Out Of The Cellar' into a triple platinum seller. The album went as high as No 7 on Billboard..

Ratt - 1985 Invasion Of Your Privacy
The third of the Ratt triumvirate is this one 'Invasion Of Your Privacy', released in July 1985 and going double platinum by the end of the year.

Ratt - 1986 Dancing Undercover
'Dancing Undercover' was their fourth album in successive years (counting 1983's 'Ratt E.P.) and continued in the same vein as its predecessors, with an even balance of hard rock with hints of metal.

Ratt - 1988 Reach For The Sky
A band well covered in the MTV and VH1 universes, but truly, unless you were a supreme die-hard Ratt fan, this is an album to avoid.

Ratt - 1990 Detonator
The hard rock bubble hadn't quite burst yet and Ratt enlisted Desmond Child to help pen various tracks, with admittedly impressive results.

Ratt - 2010 Infestation
As long as Pearcy, Blotzer and DeMartini are around there will always be Ratt. This is an essential listen for any rock fan.

The Essential Series - 2017 Glam Metal (Volume 1) by Dtabachn
Commonly, public at large as well as critics and writers fail to identify the importance of Glam Metal as a crucial Metal sub-genre. In the sense that it was the driving force behind the fact that Metal was arguably the dominant genre in popular music around the mid to late 80's.

 
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