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Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich Extra tracks, Original recording remastered

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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
11. Only A Man (Demo)
12. All Night Long (Demo)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 13, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B0001XAMP4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #198,645 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gitters on October 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Sony has recently remastered a handful of popular 80's metal albums,its good to see that Warrant got the special treatment. Here is Warrant's Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinkin Rich remastered and sounding better than ever. In addition to the original album being remastered and having new liner notes, there are also two demos included.This was they album that introduced the world to Warrant. Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinkin Rich includes the following hits;32 Pennies,Down Boys,Sometimes She Cries,Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinkin Rich, and of course the hit power ballad Heaven.Warrant may not have been the toughest metal band,but they knew how to craft a great song.Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinkin Rich is essential for any fan of 80's hair metal.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Some Gravity on March 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ah, 1989. What a year. A good year, but the closing of an era. What was the best thing that happened in 1989? I'll tell you what it was: It was the release of Warrant's debut album, "Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich". If this album came out today, Warrant and the album itself would probably get made fun of pretty badly. But who cares what other people think? If you are a loyal Warrant fan, even if you already have the original version of this album, you HAVE to buy the re-issued version. Hits and popular songs like "Heaven", "Down Boys", "Sometimes She Cries", among others, can be heard again with digitally remastered sound, there are new liner notes, and two previously unreleased demos have been included here: "Only A Man" and "All Night Long". Jani Lane may be gone and out of Warrant, but Warrant remains one of the best hair bands that are still around, and they are on the list of my top ten favorite bands. I even have an autograhped picture of the band that is personalized and in my name. I am also looking forward for the release of Warrant's new album (the band themselves said that it should be out this summer)and it is supposedly supposed to be both this and "Cherry Pie"- with a new twist! That is good to know, considering the fact that Warrant had become a grunge band by the release of their third album, 1992's "Dog Eat Dog". Overall, this album serves as a good memory for all Warrant fans, and if you happen to be one of those people, then do yourself a favor and pick up the re-issued version of this album. Highly Recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vegan Daddy on July 29, 2009
Format: MP3 Music
I know amazon.com is at the mercy of the record companies just the same as iTunes is. But when are the record companies going to learn? You can't sell a NOTHING more than a something!

You can order this CD for $6.99 and physically own it OR you can pay $10.99 for a digital NOTHING copy. You can't resell MP3s if you got tired of it. I was in Everyday Music in Portland OR this past weekend and found a CD I know sells for Sony's new $6.99 price-point and they had a used one for $8.50 - that's kind of the same kind of price gouging the record companies are doing with these easy MP3s.

Warrant - Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich CD - Awesome. I had it on cassette (including a cassette single of "Down Boys") in my youth. I'm very pleased with the remastering/repacking work. The old red letter Sony CD is out and the new repacking is in. Just buy it on CD though and save yourself $4.

I told someone at Everday their CD was priced too high and he lowered it to $3.95 and I bought it. To buy this MP3, make it $4.99 and I might consider it.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Justin G. TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 4, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I realize I'm probably surrendering all of my cool points here, but this must be said. I absolutely loved Warrant when I was younger. In fact, I thought the boys' synchronized moves in the Down Boys video was about the coolest thing a "metal" band could do in a music video. Sad, isn't it? Well, I was only 13 at the time, so I hope I can be forgiven.

Years later I still love 80's rock, and yes I have a soft spot for Warrant. And why not? Their debut album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich might have been the cheesiest example of 80's excess, but it's the good kind of cheese. The fun kind that makes you drum on your steering wheel and shout along to a catchy rocker like Big Talk or Down Boys. There aren't enough albums these days that put a smile on my face like this one does.

DRFSR has its share of unimpressive songs, from filler like 32 Pennies and So Damn Pretty (Should Be Against the Law) to the downright dreadful In the Sticks and the title track. Still, there are enough good songs on here that I still find myself reaching for the CD from time to time. In addition to Down Boys and Big Talk, Sometimes She Cries is actually a much better power ballad than Heaven, and Ridin' High and Cold Sweat end the album with a hard rockin' bang.

Warrant have since become the poster boys for all that was wrong with the 80's hair metal scene, and perhaps deservedly so, but a lot of people enjoyed their brand of substance free, feel-good rock & roll back in the day, and no amount of Nirvana or (God help us all) Coldplay albums can ever change that.

NOTE: DRFSR was reissued in 2004 with digitally remastered sound and a pair of bonus demo tracks. The demos are interesting, but they're also pretty rough.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Ferguson-Maltzman on March 15, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Warrant-such an easy target. I'll start with the obvious: The band, it's music, its image are very dated. It's hard to watch Warrant with their matching white leather suits in the "Heaven" video and not feel embarrassed for the band (even if they did make a fortune). Believe it or not, before nu-metal, before post-grunge, before grunge, there was actually a time when Warrant was considered cool. It was a time when in rock, style was valued over substance. It was a time when it was the style to have teased bleached hair, wear spandex, and sing about, as Poison would put it "nothing but a good time." Warrant's debut album "Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich" stands as a testament of that era.

This album is pure cheese, but it's a hell of a lot of fun. Warrant were one of the better pop-metal bands of their era. Their songs were well crafted with good hooks, harmonies, and sing-along choruses. Jani Lane had a knack for writing catchy songs. Guitarist Joey Allen was a solid player and his solos throughout the album are flashy and catchy, without being self-indulgent.

There isn't too much filler on this album. The entire disc is a lot of fun. It has the arena rock anthems with "Big Talk," "Down Boys" "D.R.F.S.R." and of course the big power ballads-"Heaven" and "Sometimes She Cries." Song after song, this album is solid and never looses momentum. So you got 45 minutes of 80s melodic hard-rock, complete with sing-along-choruses, cool guitar solos, anthems, power ballads--all as shallow as a kiddie pool--what else could you ask for?

Although this album is very dated, it remains one of the best albums of its era. Cheesy as it may be, it's still full of good songs. It's also a perfect time capsule of 80s rock and 80s culture. So put on some shades, hop in the car, put on this album, and pretend its 1989 all over again.
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