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Label: BMG US/RHINO US - - 4050538680102
Format: 5LP + 7" Single, Boxset
Country: UK
Released: 9th Jun 2023
Genre: Metal
Style: Metal

Limited edition celebrating Ratt’s massively successful period where all 5 of their studio albums were certified Gold, Platinum or Multi-Platinum (for combined album sales of over 10 Million). The LP set includes all 5 albums remastered on 180g black vinyl, rare “Nobody Rides For Free” 7” single, 12 page replica tour book (featuring rare and never before seen photos from Ratt’s personal archives), 11”x17” Wanted Poster, bumper sticker, replica backstage pass, and guitar pick in a custom lift top box. The CD set includes all 5 of the studio albums in a side loading box.

Formed in Los Angeles, Ratt exploded on to the national scene in 1984 with the release of Out Of The Cellar. Featuring an undeniable hook and legendary music video, lead single “Round And Round” hit #12 on the Billboard Hot 100, while “Out Of The Cellar” reached #7 on the Billboard Top 200 and was certified triple platinum. Two more charting singles followed with “Back For More” and “Wanted Man”. RATT started the tour as an opening act, but by the end of the tour had climbed to arena headliner.

Ratt returned in 1985 with their 2nd full length album, Invasion Of Your Privacy. Certified double platinum and also reaching #7 on the Billboard Top 200, Invasion of Your Privacy also featured the Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 hit “Lay It Down” and the classic “You’re In Love”. Another hit music video was made for “What You Give Is What You Get”.

Dancing Undercover followed in 1986 as Ratt toured North America with a brand new LA band called Poison as the opening act. Lead single “Dance” hit the Billboard Hot 100 and spawned another music video hit with “Slip Of The Lip,” while “Body Talk” was featured in a key scene in the Eddie Murphy film, The Golden Child. Dancing Undercover became RATT’s 3rd consecutive Platinum album and reached #26 on the Billboard Top 200.

1988’s Reach For The Sky saw Ratt return to the Top 20 of the Billboard Top 200 album charts, peaking at #17. Driven by the bluesy hit and MTV favorite “Way Cool Jr.,” Reach For The Sky was also certified Platinum and became Ratt’s 4th album in a row to move well over a million copies. “I Want A Woman” was also a successful single and the video captured the excitement and energy of Ratt live.

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