Song Of The Week #37 Firehouse – Don’t Treat Me Bad
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Firehouse — Don’t Treat Me Bad (Official Video)
Firehouse — Don’t Treat Me Bad (2nd version)
‘Don’t Treat Me Bad‘ was released only in August 1990 with Firehouse debut self-titled album. This song was one of 4 singles prepared for album (the another 3 were: ‘Shake & Tumble‘, ‘All She Wrote‘ and ‘Love Of A Lifetime‘).
By the way, ‘Firehouse‘ (with White Lion and Warrant) was probably one of the last pure glam metal bands formed in late 80s who reached main-stream popularity.
- C.J. Snare — vocals
- Bill Leverty — guitar
- Perry Richardson — bass
- Michael Foster — drums, percussion
‘Don’t Treat Me Bad’ Popularity
FireHouse is the debut album of the band FireHouse. It was released in 1990 and launched the band into stardom. It was certified 2x Platinum in the United States, and Gold in Canada, Japan, and Singapore.
It (‘Don’t Treat Me Bad‘) went to #19 on the Hot 100, becoming the band’s first charting single, And their first to Reach the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.