Ratt

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Ratt - Ratt Ratt
Heavy Metal New - LP 90245 Time Coast
Sealed 1984 Original. Clean COH. ... more details
 
Ratt - Out Of The Cellar Out Of The Cellar
Heavy Metal New - LP 80143 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Ratt - Invasion Of Your Privacy Invasion Of Your Privacy
Heavy Metal New - LP 81257 Atlantic
Sealed 1985 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 
Ratt - Reach For The Sky Reach For The Sky
Pop Used - LP 81929 Atlantic
1988 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Song Hype Sticker. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Ratt - Reach For The Sky Reach For The Sky
Heavy Metal Used - LP 81929 Atlantic
1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Features The Hit "Way Cool Jr."... more details
 
Ratt - Detonator Detonator
Pop Used - LP 82127 Atlantic
Hard To Find 1990 Original. Shrink Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Mastered By Bob Ludwig.... more details
 
Ratt - Detonator Detonator
Heavy Metal New - LP 82127 Atlantic
Sealed, Hard To Find 1990 Original Mastered By Bob Ludwig.... more details
 
Ratt - Out Of The Cellar Out Of The Cellar
Heavy Metal New - LP 80143-1 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom "Round And Round" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Corner And Saw Cut. “Ratt's Aptly Named Debut Album, Out Of The Cellar, May Have Suggested They Were Underdogs Of The Then Burgeoning L.A. Glam Metal Scene, But This Five-Piece Made Up Of Brash Young San Diego Transplants And Relative Local Veterans Was In Fact A Force To Contend With, And Already Gunning For The Top Of The Heap. Having Established A Good Buzz With Their Eponymous EP One Year Earlier, And Then Signed With Powerhouse Atlantic Records As A Result, Ratt Now Transposed Their High-Energy Hard Rock (Derived From Usual Suspects Van Halen And Aerosmith, Plus The Staccato Riffing Of Judas Priest) Into A Multi-Platinum-Bound Juggernaut That Reached Number Seven On The Billboard Charts, And Initially Outsold The More Notorious Shout At The Devil, Released Months Earlier By Their Friendly Rivals Mötley Crüe. Not That It's Difficult To Understand Why, Since Out Of The Cellar Was A Consistently Entertaining Listen From Start To Finish, Thanks To Strong Album Tracks Like "Wanted Man," "Back For More," And The Frenetic "I'm Insane," And Also Spawned A Massive MTV And Radio Smash With "Round And Round." After All, A Single Gigantic Hit Is All A Band Needs, And "Round And Round" Was An Absolute Monster, Peaking At Number 12 On The Charts And Going On To Achieve Immortality As One Of The Defining Songs Of The 1980s. It Was Also An Impossible Act To Follow, As Things Turned Out, And Even Though Ratt Would Continue To Prosper For Years To Come, Out Of The Cellar Eventually Came To Represent A Premature Career High Point.” Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG.... more details
 
Ratt - Ratt Ratt
Heavy Metal Used - LP A1-90245 Time Coast Communications
1984 Original With 1A/1A Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Ratt - Invasion Of Your Privacy Invasion Of Your Privacy
Heavy Metal Used - LP 81257-1 Atlantic
1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. 1A/1A Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Columbia House Record Printed On Back Cover.... more details
 
Ratt - Out Of The Cellar Out Of The Cellar
Heavy Metal New - LP 80143-1 Atlantic
Sealed 1984 Original. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut. “Ratt's Aptly Named Debut Album, Out Of The Cellar, May Have Suggested They Were Underdogs Of The Then Burgeoning L.A. Glam Metal Scene, But This Five-Piece Made Up Of Brash Young San Diego Transplants And Relative Local Veterans Was In Fact A Force To Contend With, And Already Gunning For The Top Of The Heap. Having Established A Good Buzz With Their Eponymous EP One Year Earlier, And Then Signed With Powerhouse Atlantic Records As A Result, Ratt Now Transposed Their High-Energy Hard Rock (Derived From Usual Suspects Van Halen And Aerosmith, Plus The Staccato Riffing Of Judas Priest) Into A Multi-Platinum-Bound Juggernaut That Reached Number Seven On The Billboard Charts, And Initially Outsold The More Notorious Shout At The Devil, Released Months Earlier By Their Friendly Rivals Mötley Crüe. Not That It's Difficult To Understand Why, Since Out Of The Cellar Was A Consistently Entertaining Listen From Start To Finish, Thanks To Strong Album Tracks Like "Wanted Man," "Back For More," And The Frenetic "I'm Insane," And Also Spawned A Massive MTV And Radio Smash With "Round And Round." After All, A Single Gigantic Hit Is All A Band Needs, And "Round And Round" Was An Absolute Monster, Peaking At Number 12 On The Charts And Going On To Achieve Immortality As One Of The Defining Songs Of The 1980s. It Was Also An Impossible Act To Follow, As Things Turned Out, And Even Though Ratt Would Continue To Prosper For Years To Come, Out Of The Cellar Eventually Came To Represent A Premature Career High Point.” Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG.... more details
 
Ratt - Ratt Ratt
Heavy Metal New - LP TC 2203 Time Coast
Sealed 1983 Original. Tiny Cut Corner, Hence Price.... more details
 

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