Collage (Ratt album)

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Compilation album by Ratt
Released July 22, 1997
Recorded 1982-1997
Studio The Office, Van Nuys, California,
Silver Cloud, Burbank, California (tracks 5, 7, 8),
Music Grinder, Hollywood, California (track 10)
Genre Heavy metal, glam metal
Length 39:19
Label DeRock (USA)
Victor (Japan)
Producer Warren DeMartini, Stephen Pearcy
Ratt chronology
Ratt & Roll 81–91
(1991)Ratt & Roll 81–911991
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Collage is a compilation album by the American glam metal band Ratt. This album consists of alternate recordings, B-sides, and versions of songs from the band's Mickey Ratt period. It was mostly recorded and released in 1997, concurrently with Ratt's reunion tour, so that they would have a new album to promote. In 1998, the band would sign a new major label deal with Sony.

The track "Mother Blues" first appeared as an Arcade song on their 1993 self-titled release, but was originally a Ratt demo, ending up on Collage. "Steel River" is an alternate version of the Mickey Ratt song "Railbreak".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Steel River" Stephen Pearcy, Warren DeMartini 4:19
2. "Dr. Rock" Pearcy, DeMartini, John Turner 3:51
3. "Diamond Time Again" Pearcy, DeMartini, 3:39
4. "Ratt Madness" Pearcy, DeMartini 2:31
5. "Hold Tight" Pearcy, DeMartini, 4:21
6. "I Want It All" Robbin Crosby, Pearcy 3:52
7. "Mother Blues" Pearcy 3:01
8. "Top Secret" (Original Version) Pearcy, DeMartini 4:41
9. "Take It Anyway" Pearcy, DeMartini 2:33
10. "Lovin' You..." (Fonic Mix LP Version!) Pearcy, DeMartini, Juan Croucier, Desmond Child 6:31
Japanese edition bonus track
No. Title Writer(s) Length
11. "She's Got Everything" Pearcy, DeMartini 4:00



Additional musicians[edit]


  • Billy Sherwood - engineer
  • Joe Floyd, Sean Kenesie - engineers on tracks 5, 7, 8
  • Sir Arthur Payson, Steve Heinke - engineers on track 10
  • Joe Gastwirt - mastering