So this is Poison
's first Album Look What the Cat Dragged in
and it's a milestone in Glam Rock and Hair Metal
history so I think. It was released in 1986 and re-released in 2006. Poison
are sure one of the most important Hair Metal
Band in this music genre because they were Legends and of course everyone knows their most famous live appearance by the MTV Music Award's in 1990 where they are drunk and they have played the wrong Songs.
The first Song on the debut is Cry
Though this Track
told you must fight and never give up and exactly like that sounds that Song I can tell you all how strong and emotional this song is and Poison
also have other Songs like this one. I won’t forget you or the most famous Song from the second Album Every Rose
Has It's Thorne shows us how emotional Bret Michaels can write Songs.
The next most famous Song on Look What the Cat Dragged in
is Talk Dirty to Me
. A famous finnish Melodic Death Metal
Band called Children
of Bodom made a awesome cover of that Track
and you also can play this song by the Playstation game Guitar Hero Legends of Rock. When I played this Song in the game I thought: I have to buy this fucking Album and a few weeks late I got this amazing debut. In this Song you really hear the perfect and smart guitar play of C.C. DeVille in this Solo.
At the re-released version of Look What the Cat Dragged in
are some Bonus Tracks and one of them is a Cover of Jim
Croce the song is called Don't mess around with Jim
and I have to say I love this cover song and I think they have done a really good work because for me is the cover version better than the original but that is my decision and I don't want influence you’re decision so decide for yourself and make your own picture of that Song.
Look What the Cat Dragged in
is sure a milestone in Hair Metal
and I think this Album plays in the same league like Mötley Crüe's Shout at the Devil
are always been a party rock band in the eighties and I am sure that in the USA at every teenager house party in the eighties a DJ had played this Poison