Certified quintuple platinum, Open Up And Say...Ahh! remains the LA-based glam metal giants' commercial zenith. Kiss legend Paul Stanley was originally in the frame to produce Poison's second album, but due to other commitments, Tom Werman (Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick) oversaw the sessions. The group's infectious metal/hard rock sound was ideal for mainstream consumption in the wake of Guns N' Roses' similarly massive-selling Appetite For Destruction and the album went supernova commercially in 1988, peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (behind Bon Jovi's New Jersey) and eventually sold over 8 million copies worldwide. It yielded four major U.S. hit singles including "Nothin' But A Good Time," "Fallen Angel," the Loggins-and-Messina-penned "Your Mama Don't Dance" and (to date) the band's only American No. 1, "Every Rose Has Its Thorn": a memorable power ballad with just a dash of country detectable in Bret Michaels' emotive vocal delivery.