The 1990 sophmore release from Warrant features the infamous title track as well as three other Top 40 singles, eventually pushing the album to #7 on the Billboard Top 200.
The album features a slew of guest players, including Mike Slamer (Streets), C.C. DeVille (Poison), Bruno Ravel and Steve West (Danger Danger), Scott Warren (Keel, Dio), Fiona Flanagan (then-wife of album producer Beau Hill) and singer Jani Lane's brother, Eric Oswald.
Little known fact: the album was considered to be finished by the band and producer when the label insisted the band needed to add one more track, something "anthemic". Jani Lane responded by writing the title track in fifteen minutes and the band was called back to the studio to record the song.
This is the 2004 re-release of the album featuring two bonus tracks.
01 - Cherry Pie
02 - Uncle Tom's Cabin
03 - I Saw Red
04 - Bed Of Roses
05 - Sure Feels Good To Me
06 - Love In Stereo
07 - Blind Faith
08 - Song And Dance Man
09 - You're The Only Hell Your Mama Ever Raised
10 - Mr. Rainmaker
11 - Train Train (Blackfoot cover)
12 - Game Of War (previously unreleased demo) BONUS TRACK
13 - The Power (demo) BONUS TRACK