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Redirected from Look What the Cat Dragged In (Poison album)). Look What the Cat Dragged In is the debut studio album by American glam metal band Poison, released on August 2, 1986 through Enigma Records. Though not a success at first, it steadily built momentum and peaked at on the US Billboard 200 on 23 May 1987.
album: "Look What The Cat Dragged In" (1986). Cry Tough I Want Action I Won't Forget You Play Dirty Look What The Cat Dragged In Talk Dirty To Me Want Some, Need Some Blame It On You Bad Boy Let Me Go To The Show. Look What The Cat Dragged In" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Look What the Cat Dragged In" is the third single from English rapper Giggs released from his second studio album Let Em Ave It. The single was released in the United Kingdom on 6 June 2010 as a digital download.
Listen free to Poison – Look What the Cat Dragged In (Cry Tough, I Want Action and more). Though not a success at first, the album steadily built momentum and peaked at on the charts on May 23, 1987. The album spawned four singles, three of them charting successfully: "Talk Dirty to Me", "I Want Action", "I Won't Forget You", and "Cry Tough".
For the song by Giggs, see Look What the Cat Dragged In (song). 1986 studio album by Poison. Look What the Cat Dragged In. Studio album by. Poison. The front cover of the album featured the members of Poison at their most "glam", with each sporting excessive make-up, thick girlish hair, and the pouting "kiss" pose which was to become a Poison trademark. The cover is often compared to Mötley Crüe's Shout at the Devil because of the similar album cover, but it also may or may not have represented a loose parody of the cover of The Beatles' Let It Be, or perhaps more likely, Van Halen's debut album.
The songs in this album give a "hair band" pop spin to the kind of music popularized by the Partridge Family, 1910 Fruitgum Company, Edison Lighthouse, and similar cotton candy fluff a decade or so before, with the sound updated by heavy metal electric guitars and lots of bass and drum echo that defined Blondie's early new wave hits in the late. Cat Dragged In- Describes the rock n roll lifestyle perfectly Talk Dirty To Me- Great song overall Want Some, Need Some- Another great party song Blame It On You- Great in your face song break up song Bad Boy- Another fantastic song Let Me Go To The Show- Describes wanting to go to a concert.