Ratt's breakthrough album "Out of the Cellar" Released in March 1984, the album was critically praised by both fans and critics alike at the time of its release. Milton Berle's guest appearance (dressed in drag, no less) on the video for "Round and Round" helped draw even more attention to the band. "Out of the Cellar" combined the then-prevalent Van Halen and Aerosmith influenced 'cock rock' elements with the then-novel staccato guitar-picking style of Judas Priest.
The model on the album cover is Tawny Kitaen, better known for her appearances in Whitesnake music videos.
"Out of Cellar is ranked no 3 in the top 50 Glam Metal records of metal-rules.com
Glam Metal, Hard Rock
Atlantic 780 143
Record Format: 12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 230 gram
Beau Hill, a Berle Company Production.
Beau Hill - Sound Engineer
Jim Faraci - Sound Engineer
Recorded at the Village Recorder