And More! Crack a Smile The record was released on March 14, The album features guitarist Blues Saraceno, who was hired as the band's new lead guitarist following the firing of Richie Kotzen in late Saraceno appeared on the band's last album release Poison's Greatest Hits: — in , which featured two new tracks with him on lead guitar.
Those two new tracks re-appear on this album along with thirteen new songs and five bonus tracks. The album moved around 12, copies in its first week of release to debut at on The Billboard album chart. Native Tongue. Native Tongue is the fourth studio album by American hard rock band Poison, released in through Capitol Records. It has also been certified by CAN platinum. Poison: Open Up and Say Join our , fans.
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Hidden categories: Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats. Join us for community, games, fun, learning, and team play! This quiz is on the lyrics of Poison's third album, "Flesh and Blood". Just tell which song the lyrics are from. Difficulty: Average. Played 1, times. As of Jun 14"Something to Believe In" is a power ballad by American Glam metal band Poison, being the second single from their album Flesh & Blood. "Something to Believe In" was also released on the Best of Ballads & Blues album in , with alternate lyrics.