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Infestation

Released on 19 April 2010

Artist: Ratt

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  1. Eat Me Up Alive
  2. Best Of Me
  3. A Little Too Much
  4. Look Out Below
  5. Last Call
  6. Lost Weekend
  7. As Good As It Gets
  8. Garden Of Eden
  9. Take A Big Bite
  10. Take Me Home
  11. Don't Let Go

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 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Ratt are back to Attack!!!!

| | See all plisken1979's reviews (2)

It's about time we had some awesome rock tunes coming out again. I wasn't sure about Ratt coming back after all these years. But i have just heard the new single "Best of Me" and i have to say it's the best single of the year so far. Just one listen and i thought i was back in the 80's again, It's so fresh and fun that ya can't believe we are living in the year of 2010. I hope that the album doesn't dissapoint as i'm gonna pre-order it right after i post this review. It's a shame "Best of Me" probably won't get any airplay in the U.K. as this country seems to be stuck in a timewarp of it's own. Bad dance tunes and throwaway R n B seem to be order of the day for the charts. I'm just glad that i know there will be more rockers out there like me. Long live the RATT!!!! nuff said

 Unbelieveable.

| | See all MellisonantJak's reviews (5)

In the eighties, there were two types of Heavy Metal bands: Glam and Underground. Ratt was a band which straddled the line between the two; not heavy to the point of sludge, but not light to the point of being sell-outs.

Since the release of their last classic album Dancing Undercover in the eighties, Ratt has never been the same; the punch and attitude were there, but the spark was fading.

With this album, Ratt is no longer tired; they've looked back and rediscovered their essence -- the true, raw essence and power of the music and energy they possessed when they were hungry and young. If you've heard their classics, such as Body Talk, Round and Round, Enough is Enough, and Sweet Cheater, you won't be disappointed. It's incredible that they've managed to do what so many bands of any rock genre have tried and failed to do -- rejuvenate.

The guitars are heavy, the drums are kicking, the melodies are inexplicably catchy, and Pearcy sounds like he's taken a shot of adrenalin. (stand-out tracks are Eat Me Up Alive, Best of Me, A Little Too Much, and Don't Let Go).

Ironically, There are even a few tracks on here that are faster and heavier than current Iron Maiden', which, in their hey-day, were considered heavier and truer than Ratt.

This CD is Ratt's best album since 1986's Dancing Undercover. And with it, they provide proof positive that even amid the brewing new wave of Heavy Metal, they still have a shot at the now vacant Glam Metal crown.

Five Stars.