9 thoughts on “ Intro To Shame - Ratt - Detonator (CD, Album)

  1. RATT-Detonator CD: Condition: Like New. Ended: May 17, Winning bid: US $ [ 1 bid] Shipping: $ Intro To Shame: Shame Shame Shame: Lovin' You's A Dirty Job: Scratch That Itch: One Step Away: From through , the band would record and release 5 commercially successful albums. By the turn End date: May 17,
  2. (Redirected from Intro to Shame) Detonator is the fifth studio album by American glam metal band Ratt, released August 21, by Atlantic Records. The last album to feature guitarist Robbin Crosby and the last to feature bassist Juan Croucier until his return in Genre: Hard rock, glam metal.
  3. Detonator Wikipedia article Album by Ratt. Intro To Shame Shame Shame Shame Lovin' You's A Dirty Job Scratch That Itch One Step Away Hard Time Heads I Win, Tails You Lose All Or Nothing Can't Wait On Love Givin' Yourself Away Top Secret External links Amazon: buy Detonator mezibarkegularasida.xyzinfo: search for Ratt • Detonator iTunes: buy Detonator AllMusic: Detonator Discogs: Detonator MusicBrainz.
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  5. Ratt - Detonator. Zulurisar. By the time Detonator was released, I had sort of lost all hope in Ratt. I just noticed that for the last 2 or 3 studio albums, their music had lost it's spark that always /5(43). Sitemap Version - Eugene Thacker.
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  7. Detonator () by Ratt. Labels: Atlantic. Genres: Glam Metal, Hard Rock. Songs: Intro to Shame, Shame, Shame, Shame, Lovin' You's a Dirty Job, Scratch That Itch.
  8. Ratt 's fifth album, Detonator, finds the band breaking a long running relationship with producer Beau Hill, who helped develop the band's sonic trademarks through the '80s. The results on Detonator are clean and focused, but lack some of the live-sounding energy of the band's earlier work.

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