2008 reissue. Ratt broke out of the L.A. Pop Metal scene and into the big time with its 1984 debut, Out Of The Cellar, an album full of Rock guitar riffs, sexual innuendo, and pop gloss production. Invasion Of Your Privacy came almost exactly a year later, and the album attempted to replicate the previously winning formula. MTV helped bolster the band's profile once again, with constant airings of "Lay it Down" and "You're in Love." Other Pop Rock standouts included "Never Use Love," "What You Give Is What You Get," and "Dangerous But Worth the Risk." Invasion Of Your Privacy helped solidify Ratt's standing as one of the top acts to come out of the 1980s L.A. Glam Metal scene.