Poison

August 28, 2007    Molson Canadian Ampitheatre, Toronto  Ontario

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Review by Michael Oshust

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Poison and Ratt arrived in Toronto for the Poison'd Tour. The tour consists of more than 50 dates, which kicked off June 13 in Greenville (SC) and wraps up September 1 in West Palm Beach (FL). Poison is touring in support of band's latest release Poison'd!. 

The show brings fans back to the '80s hair rock era with the original members (minus Robbin Crosby of Ratt) of the two "Hair Bands" singing the classics. Poison is touring with Bret Michaels (vocals, guitar, harmonica), C.C. DeVille (vocals, lead guitar), Bobby Dall (bass guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Rikki Rocket (drums, vocals). Ratt's current lineup is Stephen Pearcy (lead vocals), Warren DeMartini (guitar, backing vocals), John Corabi (guitar, backing vocals), and Bobby Blotzer (drums, percussion). 

The show started strong with Ratt performing the hits. The soldout crowd loved the sound and when Poison took the stage with their hit "Look What The Cat Dragged In" the audience sang along and welcomed the band.

Ratt Setlist

Dangerous but Worth the Risk

I'm Insane

You Think You're Tough

Wanted Man

Slip of the Lip

Way Cool Jr.

Nobody Rides for Free

Back for More

Lovin' You's a Dirty Job

Lack of Communication

Lay It Down

You're in Love

Poison Setlist

Look What the Cat Dragged In

I Want Action

Ride the Wind

I Won't Forget You

What I Like About You (The Romantics cover)

I Hate Every Bone in Your Body but Mine

Something to Believe In

Your Mama Don't Dance

I Need to Know (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers cover)

Unskinny Bop

Every Rose Has Its Thorn

Fallen Angel

Talk Dirty to Me


Encore:

Nothin' But A Good Time

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