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Warrant 8/25/1992

Review

As a reaction to the grunge that had wiped pop-metal off the charts, Warrant spat out the tough Dog Eat Dog. While the majority of the record is more aggressive and powerful than their first two albums, the songwriting isn't as solid, suffering from a lack of memorable hooks. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Machine Gun Warrant 3:44
  3. 2 The Whole in My Wall Warrant 3:31
  4. 3 April 2031 Warrant 5:5
  5. 4 Andy Warhol Was Right Warrant 3:37
  6. 5 Bonfire Warrant 4:21
  7. 6 The Bitter Pill Warrant 4:7
  8. 7 Hollywood (So Far, So Good) Warrant 3:47
  9. 8 All My Bridges Are Burning Warrant 3:37
  10. 9 Quicksand Warrant 3:58
  11. 10 Let It Rain Warrant 4:16
  12. 11 Inside Out Warrant 3:14
  13. 12 Sad Theresa Warrant 3:25

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