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RattOut Of The Cellar

Label:Atlantic – 7 80143-1, Atlantic – 80143-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Allied Press
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, Glam

Tracklist

A1Wanted Man3:37
A2You're In Trouble3:16
A3Round And Round4:22
A4In Your Direction3:30
A5She Wants Money3:04
B1Lack Of Communication3:52
B2Back For More3:42
B3The Morning After3:30
B4I'm Insane2:54
B5Scene Of The Crime4:54
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 7567-80143-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Matrix/Runout Hand Etched): ST-A-835367A \2 SWAR B-18933-A △ 6000 0-5M1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Matrix/Runout Hand Etched): ST-A-835368A \3 SP-AR B-18934-A △ 6000-X 0-SM1
  • Other (Stamped both sides): ATLANTIC STUDIOS D.K

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Out Of The Cellar (Cassette, Album, SR)Atlantic, Atlantic7 80143-4, 80143-4US1984
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Out Of The Cellar (LP, Album)Atlantic780 143-1Europe1984
Out Of The Cellar (LP, Album)Atlantic78 01431Canada1984
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Out Of The Cellar (LP, Album)AtlanticP-11472Japan1984
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Out Of The Cellar (Cassette, Album, Club Edition, Columbia House)AtlanticA4-80143US1984

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Reviews

  • ForestM5's avatar
    ForestM5
    Just wanted to put on record that I have this exact pressing , but a promo copy. Complete with “Atlantic Records” Promo sticker label on the front cover with the tracklisting, and a gold foil promo stamp on the back cover. Center label of vinyl doesn’t have a promo stamp, nor is it a variant color like most promos , just a regular Atlantic label.
    • wtroll's avatar
      wtroll
      Reviewing my original 1984 copy. It's been through hell. Was warped at one time but I sun-pressed it back into play. Still sounds pretty good even though it smells like stale weed and beer. :0)
      • mikeSF_'s avatar
        mikeSF_
        Edited 2 years ago
        A superb early RATT album. These guys rocked the mid/late '80s. Warren DeMartini is the star of this show. Flashy, chops-laden guitar solos at every turn. Drums are well recorded, and mixing is superb. Overall, the album is mastered a little scoopy, giant bass and sizzling highs, normal for '80s metal.

        I'm impressed that this record sounds better the louder you crank it. It doesn't start to fall apart like led Zeppelin 2 and some others.

        Find a clean older pressing and forget the reissues, this is what you want. Recommended.

        • kurtgrindcore's avatar
          kurtgrindcore
          Any info on a promo version of this?

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