The Steel Horse Archives: Warrant, “Cherry Pie” (1990)

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PopDose — Part Three of The Steel Horse Archives features Warrant, whose inexcusably awful 1990 “Cherry Pie” sports an art-directed “metaphor” that is single-handedly responsible for making Warrant the hair band of choice among English grad professors. Go to PopDose at once to find out what in the hell these idiots are doing writing a song called “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.”
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About Jeff Vrabel

Writer for GQ, Time, Men's Health, Billboard, Paste, Nickelodeon's NickMom, the official Bruce Springsteen site and The South Magazine. I'm also a syndicated humor columnist in "newspapers" and a father of two (the younger of whom has been personally approved by Springsteen). View all posts by Jeff Vrabel

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