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Talk Dirty To Me

by

Poison



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In his VH1 reality show Rock Of Love, Poison lead singer Brett Michaels made it clear that he prefers girls who are rather adventurous. This was Poison's first hit, and he's singing about just this kind of girl: one who will make love just about anywhere, and talk dirty while doing it. Probably no the girl you'll marry, but a good time nonetheless.
This is a playable song on the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.
The band At the Drive-In got their name from a lyric in this song. Poison and Bad Brains were big influences on the group, and they first considered "At the Movies," after a Bad Brains song, but changed it to "At the Drive-In" from this Poison song.
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Despite Poison's success, DeVille's cocaine and alcohol addictions had begun to cause strife in the band. Conflict between Michaels and DeVille culminated in a fistfight backstage at the 1991 MTV Video Music Awards, provoked by DeVille's inept live performance. After bringing "Talk Dirty To Me" to a grinding halt, DeVille's guitar disconnected and he needed to stop playing for few seconds, in mid-performance. DeVille was fired and replaced by Pennsylvanian guitarist Richie Kotzen.
- DeeTheWriter, Saint Petersburg, Russia Federation
I lived in Mechanicsburg, PA from 1976- 1979ish.My older brother probably went to Junior High with Bret Michaels. They are the same age.
Simpson Street Junior High...Does any remember Devil's Den????
- Jason, Denver, CO
this is by far the best poison song.
- LESLIE, Prospect Heights, IL
I love this song. Its got such great drums! And i should know @
- Austin, Seminole, FL
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