- Released: July 31, 2006
- Label: Capitol
- 1.Love On The Rocks
- 2.Nothin' But A Good Time
- 3.Back To The Rocking Horse
- 4.Good Love
- 5.Tearin' Down The Walls
- 6.Look But You Can't Touch
- 7.Fallen Angel
- 8.Every Rose Has Its Thorn
- 9.Your Mama Don't Dance
- 10.Bad To Be Good
- 11.Livin' For The Minute
- 12.World Premiere Interview
Poison: Bret Michaels, C.C. Deville, Bobby Dall, Rikki Rockett.
Additional personnel: John Purdell (keyboards).
Engineers: Duane Baron, John Purdell, Richard McKernan.
Recorded at Conway Recording Studios and One On One Recording Studios.
Poison: Bret Michaels (vocals); C.C. DeVille (guitar); Bobby Dall (bass guitar); Rikki Rockett (drums).
Personnel: John Purdell (keyboards).
Audio Mixers: Duane Baron; John Purdell; Tom Werman.
Audio Remasterer: Evren G”knar.
Recording information: Conway Recording Studios; One On One Recording Studios.
Photographers: Annamaria DiSanto; Neil Zlozower.
Arrangers: Bret Michaels; C.C. DeVille; Rikki Rockett; Bobby Dall; Poison.
Poison's best album still has a bit of filler that fails to deliver the big hooks and catchy riffs of their best material; when that happens, Bret Michaels' affected "rawk & rowl" singing accent begins to grate. But thankfully, that doesn't happen very often on Open Up and Say...Ahh!, which solidified the group's status as hair metal's top party band. The ballad "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," Poison's only number one hit, and the Top Ten "Nothin' But a Good Time" became their most widely recognized signature songs; a cover of Loggins & Messina's "Your Mama Don't Dance" also hit the Top Ten, and the sometimes-overlooked "Fallen Angel," one of their best songs, got plenty of MTV airplay. But the agreeable raunch of album tracks like "Love on the Rocks," "Good Love," and "Look But You Can't Touch" helps make Open Up and Say...Ahh! Poison's best overall album. ~ Steve Huey