In a recent interview with Paltrocast, vocalist Stephen Pearcy talked about Ratt’s history and also mentioned if there will be a band reunion.
“This won’t come back and bite me in the a*s either because I put it out there. I’ve asked the other guys, as did one of the original members, let’s get together, try to figure this out, and do some business.
”Because that’s what it is. And if somebody doesn’t [wanna do it], they don’t.”
Earlier, Bobby Blotzer also revealed that Warren De Martini, a former member of Ratt, has expressed willingness to engage in discussions about the reunion plan. With De Martini’s potential involvement, the prospect of a Ratt reunion becomes even more thrilling and promising for fans of the band.
“I did an interview three weeks ago, and my answer to that question is this: I had said, ‘Me and Stephen are on the phone all the time, we’re trying to orchestrate this reunion two years now.’ And I just saw an interview with him, I sent him a text and went, ‘Dude, you throw me out of the box, what is wrong with you?‘ [It was] because they were asking him ‘What do you think about Bobby saying that Ratt crushes Mötley?’ I mean, what I said on that as the question went.”
“Troy said, ‘I was talking to Eddie Trunk, and he was telling me he thought that Ratt’s catalog blows Mötley Crüe away,’ and I said ‘It does, in my opinion,‘ and that ‘I’m sure Mötley says the same sh*t about us, but I respect them to a certain degree.’ I definitely respect their career, how can you not, right? So, that was blown out of proportion.
Then Stephen did an interview, and he was like, ‘Yeah, Bob’s out there trying to talk about a reunion; good luck!’ and I’m like, ‘Dude, I was just on the phone with you two days ago, trying to figure out how much movement we made in the last two months.’ So, I want a reunion. We want a reunion. Warren, I understand, wants to take a meeting. That’s all I can say about it. If it happens, it happens. If not, I don’t need a job; I’m fine.”