Warrant burst onto the scene in 1989 with their album Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich, which produced four music videos for four successful singles, Down Boys, Heaven, Big Talk and Sometimes She Cries.
They followed up their debut album with arguably their most famous (and notorious) album Cherry Pie in 1990, which produced four music videos for Cherry Pie, I Saw Red, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, and Blind Faith.
In 1992, they released a music video for We Will Rock You, which was included on the movie soundtrack for the immensely popular movie Gladiator starring Russell Crowe.
That same year, they released their third studio album Dog Eat Dog, which spawned music videos for Machine Gun and The Bitter Pill.
In 1995, they released two music videos for Family Picnic and Stronger Now from their Ultraphobic album.
In 1996, they released their album, Belly to Belly, which was their last album of all original material to feature Jani Lane on vocals. In ’96, they released music videos for A.Y.M from the album as well as acoustic videos for I Saw Red and The Bitter Pill.
After a hiatus of almost ten years, Warrant released their seventh studio album Born Again, which was their first with new lead singer Jaime St. James, ex-Black N’ Blue lead singer. For this album, the band produced music videos for all 12 songs and included them on a DVD entitled Born Again: Delvis Video Diaries. We’ve featured a playlist of these videos below all of Warrant’s other videos.
In 2011, Warrant released their eighth studio album called Rockaholic, which featured the band’s third lead singer Robert Mason, who replaced Jani Lane in 2008 after he had reunited with the band for a while. They released two music videos in support of Rockaholic, Life’s a Song and Home.
In 2017, Warrant released their ninth studio album called Louder Harder Faster with Robert Mason still at the helm. They released two music videos from the album, the remake of Merle Haggard’s song I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink, and the title track, Louder Harder Faster.
Check out Warrant’s complete music video collection below!
RIP Jani Lane… We miss you man.