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Warrant: Live – Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich which was the first Warrant video album was released in 1990 on VHS and Laserdisc, featuring the band performing live in concert. The video was certified Platinum. The band's momentum at this point carried them to further success with the much anticipated second album Cherry Pie in 1990. In October 1997, drummer Borg left the band, and was briefly replaced by touring drummer Vikki Foxx. The band was featured on the Rock Never Stops Tour in 1998 Lane leaves, solo albums, new singer (2000–2007). Guitarist Steier and keyboardist Danny Wagner (the latter of whom also performed drums) left the band in January 2000.
Band Name Black Warrant. Album Name Resurrection. Released date March 2007. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleThrash Heavy. Members owning this album0.
Warrant released their first live compilation Warrant Live 86-97 in July 1997. It was recorded live at Harpos Concert Theatre, Detroit, Michigan on November 22, 1996. Warrant toured in 1997 opening for Alice Cooper in America alongside label mates Dokken and Slaughter. The band was featured on the Rock Never Stops Tour in 1998. Warrant released their 7th studio album entitled Born Again on February 4, 2006 with producer and engineer Pat Regan, who has previously worked with Ace Frehley, Deep Purple, Mr. Big and . Music Videos were shot for all the songs on Born Again including the singles "Bourbon County Line" and "Dirty Jack", they appear on the DVD "Born Again: Delvis Video Diaries" along with behind the scenes footage, on tour clips and the making of the album.
The Best of Warrant Warrant Live 1986-1997 Greatest and Latest Cherry Pie - All the Hitz 'n' More Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich Extended Versions Rocking Tall Most Wanted Heaven Cherry Pie/Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich Original Album Classics.
Album: Live 1986-1997. Label: CMC International. Length: 71 min 6 sec.
In actuality, it's a compilation from three albums the band released on CMC International in the mid- to late '90s - the studio albums Ultraphobic (1995) and Belly to Belly (1996) and 1997's Warrant Live 1986-1997, which, contrary to its title, does not have a selection of highlights from 1986 to 1997 but instead captures a concert the. reunited Warrant gave at Detroit's legendary Harpo's on November 22, 1996