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Ultraphobic

by Warrant

Ultraphobic by Warrant

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Ultraphobic

by Warrant

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Label: Sanctuary Records
On their fourth album, from 1995, Warrant go grunge once and for all. You can hear echoes of Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden and Alice In Chains at their most hook-conscious all through the thing -- not to mention Nirvana in the title cut, which reintroduces chord progressions from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" to Boston's "More Than a Feeling." They get pretty trippy too, and Jani Lane way outsings most grunge guys. "Crawl Space" could pass for a claustrophobic lost Cream track; "Ride #2" is fast post-Steppenwolf biker rock. And "Family Picnic"'s groove seems to remember Stevie Wonder or War.

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On their fourth album, from 1995, Warrant go grunge once and for all. You can hear echoes of Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden and Alice In Chains at their most hook-conscious all through the thing -- not to mention Nirvana in the title cut, which reintroduces chord progressions from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" to Boston's "More Than a Feeling." They get pretty trippy too, and Jani Lane way outsings most grunge guys. "Crawl Space" could pass for a claustrophobic lost Cream track; "Ride #2" is fast post-Steppenwolf biker rock. And "Family Picnic"'s groove seems to remember Stevie Wonder or War.

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On their fourth album, from 1995, Warrant go grunge once and for all. You can hear echoes of Stone Temple Pilots, Soundgarden and Alice In Chains at their most hook-conscious all through the thing -- not to mention Nirvana in the title cut, which reintroduces chord progressions from "Smells Like Teen Spirit" to Boston's "More Than a Feeling." They get pretty trippy too, and Jani Lane way outsings most grunge guys. "Crawl Space" could pass for a claustrophobic lost Cream track; "Ride #2" is fast post-Steppenwolf biker rock. And "Family Picnic"'s groove seems to remember Stevie Wonder or War.