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Cherry Pie album for sale by Warrant was released Apr 13, 2004 on the Columbia/Legacy label. One track "Ode To Tipper Gore" has been deleted from this edited version. Cherry Pie CD music Warrant became the stars they so desperately wanted to be with their 1989 debut, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich. Perhaps not the biggest stars, since Guns n' Roses still ruled the roost in 1989, but Warrant nearly reached number one with "Heaven" and went platinum, which gave them the spoils of a rock star, from groupies and model girlfriends to being given the freedom to try anything they wanted on their second record. Cherry Pie CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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Despite the critics write up, this is a must for anyone who loves the genre. Why a preview is written that's so slanted and biased is entirely beyond me. The entire album is enjoyable and definitely takes one back.
By TodayWasAGoodDay (S.C.)
This is a great rock album with some memorable ballads. I love listening to this album in the morning before i go to work, really picks me up! It's really worth the price as well.
By shion (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
||Better Without The Title Track|
I love everything about this CD except the awful title track. For some reason it just doesn't seem to fit with the rest of songs on the CD and I think even back when this was originally released Warrant got a bad rap because of that one song and video. But the rest of the songs are just great 80's melodic rock. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is a classic rocker and should have been the focus of the album. If you really want to make this a 5-Star CD, burn a copy without "Cherry Pie" and instead lead it off with "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and insert "Thin Disguise" from the Greatest Hits CD as the second song. With that song lineup, the CD flows a lot better and there really is no filler.
By seanmc (Reynolds, GA)
Cherry Pie is a step up from Warrant's debut, with more memorable songs and less filler. Still solidly in the pop-metal genre and with a few whiffs of cheese still lingering around. The title track was never meant to be taken seriously, and is good lighthearted fun. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is one of Warrant's best songs ever, with great acoustic guitar work at the beginning. "I Saw Red" is a deceptively pretty ballad about infidelity, but the acoustic version (available on the '96 Best Of Warrant CD, I believe) is better, and should've appeared as a bonus track here. Elsewhere, some sharp riffs appear in "Sure Feels Good to Me" and "Mr. Rainmaker," , and the other ballad "Blind Faith" isn't as trite or cheesy as either of the two from the debut. Warrant's next album, 1992's Dog Eat Dog, is even better, finally shaking off the vast majority of teh "hair-band" trappings, and wouldn't you know, it's hard to come by.
By Fizz (Delmarva)
||Warrant's Sophomore Album Rocks As Much As Debut|
Just like their debut album, Cherry Pie released numerous and memorable tracks. Cherry Pie is a rock anthem that will live on forever! Also, Uncle Tom's Cabin, I Saw Red, and Bed of Roses are songs you will never forget. These are amongst the many songs that make Cherry Pie a classic!
By Shawn (Leesport, PA, USA)
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