Ratt – Dancing Undercover – Vinyl Album
Brand new, never played and still sealed in the factory plastic seal with jacket slit
Atlantic Records 1986
Dancing Undercover is Ratt’s third full length album. It was produced by Beau Hill. The album contained the hits “Dance”, “Slip of the Lip”, and “Body Talk”. “Body Talk” was later used as a soundtrack for the Eddie Murphy film, The Golden Child.
Dancing Undercover also proved to be the band’s heaviest album ever released, most notably with the song “Body Talk”. This lead many “Ratt N’ Rollers” (what their fanbase is colloquially referred to as) to infer that Ratt was headed to a more thrash metal sound comparable to Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, and Slayer. This proved not to be the case as the band added a bluesier element to their signature glam metal sound throughout their succeeding three albums.
One Good Lover
Drive Me Crazy
Slip Of The Lip
Looking For Love
It Doesn’t Matter
Take A Chance
Enough Is Enough