From page 79 of Classic Rock Magazine April 2000
'Greatest & Latest' (Deadline CLP 0694-21
***** Time's not been kind to the hair rock explosion bands of the mid-to-late'80s, and for the most part, this is only fair and just. However, as John Kalodner begins his one-man campaign at Portrait Records to see a reversal of fortune for bands like Ratt, perhaps one had better sit down and realise that Warrant are still with us! But were Warrant that bad in the first place? I think not. Better than Poison and Faster Pussycat, not least because they wrote far better songs, this collection sees Warrant 1999 rerecording some of their finest moments, adding three brand new songs and throwing in four industrial mixes of old faves too.
And guess what? 10 years on, it's a real delight to hear new versions of 'Cherry Pie/Down Boys71 Saw Red' or the excellent 'Uncle Toms Cabin'. Of course it'd all be nostalgic nonsense if new songs 'The Jones7Southern Comfort' and 'Bad Tattoo' weren't so good. But they are. Catchy, melodic heavy rock.Just the way you like it. Jerry Ewing