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Invasion of Your Privacy


Download links and information about Invasion of Your Privacy by Ratt. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 36:10 minutes.

Artist: Ratt
Release date: 1985
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 10
Duration: 36:10
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No. Title Length
1. You're In Love 3:14
2. Never Use Love 3:55
3. Lay It Down 3:25
4. Give It All 3:20
5. Closer to My Heart 4:30
6. Between the Eyes 3:56
7. What You Give Is What You Get 3:47
8. Got Me On the Line 3:05
9. You Should Know By Now 3:29
10. Dangerous But Worth the Risk 3:29



Bolstered by the massive success of “Round and Round,” Ratt retained the blueprint of Out of the Cellar for their sophomore album, but they made every element bigger and bolder. Invasion of Your Privacy spawned three hit singles in “Lay It Down,” “You’re In Love” and “What You Give Is What You Get,” all of which exemplify the stomping, cavernous groove of prime-period hair metal. Within that world, Ratt were one of the few bands that understood how to write hits without sacrificing hard-rock grit. Even the power ballad here —“Closer to My Heart”— is delivered with seething attitude. Though frontman Stephen Pearcy was Ratt’s focal point and spokesman, Invasion of Your Privacy really belongs to the band’s duel guitarists, Warren DeMartini and Robbin Crosby. Their high-velocity playing is highlighted in “You’re In Love,” “Give It All” and “What You Give Is What You Get,” songs in which the solos seem effortless, but nonetheless provide the music with sudden jolts of excitement.