Many were beginning to write off 'pop metal' by the dawn of the 1990's (and with good reason - the impending Seattle alt-rock movement was about to annihilate the genre), but bands such as Ratt continued to trudge onward. 1990's DETONATOR showed that the popular L.A. band had toughened up its sound a bit more, and notched up another platinum certified success. Much more focused and consistent than 1988's REACH FOR THE SKY, DETONATOR spawned the popular single/MTV video "Lovin' You's A Dirty Job," as well as such other highlights as "Shame Shame Shame," "Can't Wait On Love," and the ballad "Givin' Yourself Away." Despite Ratt's commercial success in the eye of the oncoming storm, the band would soon go on an extended hiatus (their next all-new album wouldn't be released until 1997), and lose founding guitarist Robbin Crosby in the process.
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