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Invasion of Your Privacy is the second album by American heavy metal band #Ratt. It was released in 1985 and featured the singles "Lay It Down", "You're in Love" and "What You Give Is What You Get". Beau Hill produced the album, and the cover-model is Playboy model Marianne Gravatte, who also made an appearance in the "Lay It Down" music video.
Invasion of Your Privacy. By: Ratt. 2008 reissue. MTV helped bolster the band's profile once again, with constant airings of "Lay it Down" and .You're in Love. Other Pop Rock standouts included "Never Use Love," "What You Give Is What You Get," and .Dangerous But Worth the Risk. Dangerous But Worth the Risk, What You Give Is What You Get, Closer to My Heart. Item dimensions: width: 39, height: 492. Ratt broke out of the L.A.Pop Metal scene and into the big time with its 1984 debut,...
Ratt, Invasion of Your Privacy*****: This one gets an extra star for one of the sexiest and dramatic album covers of all time, at least as far as I'm concerned. That cover represents every single song on the album and in a way that allows a narrative to form. It ties the whole album together. This ranks as one of my favorite album covers. 7/19/15
pure 80s metal
Me too...and I might still have. The bigger question, was that a sock in Stephen Pearcy's spandex?
*goes and looks at pictures of Stephen Pearcy's crotch*
must find this on vinyl
The Go-Go's... These chicks made me wanna be in a band! Damn they ROCK!
Steven Tyler 002 by iwblogger, via Flickr
When Van Halen played great music, but had no sense of style.
The Pretenders www.crispyzebra.com Yeah!! saw them 2 times. Loved Chrissie!
I was pulled into a parent/teacher conference when I announced, in the 2nd grade, that I would be marrying Steven Tyler.
70S Rock Bands | Loved Pink Floyd! One of my all time faves, ever...Love "The Wall" and video done after the wall came down...If you havent seen it, and love this group, its a must see!!!!
Poison - Awesome Hair Band *Loved Poison
Tom Petty on stage. I'm seeing this guy live in June. Too excited for words! His music is the soundtrack to some of my best memories
Van Halen, 1978. I wasnt allowed to listen to them in the 70s but i'd soon discover them in the 80s