Hey guys, Rocco Pallotto of the Merf Morning Show here.  I recently stumbled across a list of the best hair band albums of all-time. Poison had a couple make the list. Being a huge Poison fan, the list got me thinking about my favorite Poison songs. To be fair, this list could have been way longer. Way. Longer. That band had so many hits. Take a look over my list and let me know what you think. Leave some feedback in the “Leave a Comment” section at the bottom of the page.
At #13 is a song from “Open Up and Say…Ahh!” Know going in, this album will be on this list. A lot.



We head straight back to the same album for song #12. On any given day, this could crack my top five. Or higher. At #12, “Look But You Can’t Touch.”



We head to the band’s debut album for song #11, “Look What the Cat Dragged In.”



I had the good fortune to talk to Bret Michaels right after the band broke. He told a story about hearing the next song on the radio for the first time. he had to pull over to the side of the road and cry tears of happiness. Here’s #10, “Cry Tough.”



The band was wildly popular. And then this song came out. Pretty sure this song is the reason Poison is often named the Best Hair Band of All-Time. Here’s #9, “Every Rose Has It’s Thorn.”



We’d never forget, after hearing this song, who plays guitar in the band. At #8, “Talk Dirty To Me.”



Our #7 song is just so grown up. Was a real departure from the band’s party-type songs. Here’s “Something To Believe In.”



This one is just flat-out fun. As in several Poison songs, Bret recounts a conversation with a lady friend. Here’s #6, “Good Love.”



This is getting insanely hard to separate these now. Each and every one has a legit case for the top spot. Nonetheless, the show must go on. At #5, it’s “Unskinny Bop.”



Maybe the best party song of all-time. by anyone. It’s that good. Our #4 song is the classic, “Nothin’ But a Good Time.”



I don’t ride a motorcycle. But, if I did, I’d absolutely have this blasting while I rode that hog. At #3 is “Ride the Wind.”



This song, though. At #2, “Fallen Angel.””



Well, we’ve made it all the way to #1. It’s a song that was never released as a single. But it should have been. Let’s give it up for “Valley of Lost Souls.”



So there ya go, my list of the best Poison songs. What do you think? Leave a comment below. We love hearing from you guys.




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