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Category: Hard Rock
Label: Bodyguard Records
Catalog Number: None
|2.||Feel the Pain|
|3.||Rock the House|
|4.||Shadow of Love|
|5.||I Can't Make You Love Me|
|6.||Feed the Machine|
|8.||Blast from the Past|
|9.||Let Me Be the One|
|11.||Fly Too High|
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|From: M. Allen||Date: July 6, 2003 at 12:53|
|This one came & went quickly & quietly from stores with no promotion, zero fanfare, & poor sales. Even some diehard QUIET RIOT fans weren't aware of this release. Anyway, say what you want about these dinosaurs, one thing they've never been guilty of is drastically altering their sound and this album finds them cranking out yet another bunch of by-the-book late 80s-style metal tracks. No new tricks here, but fans of old-school hard rock will be pleased.|
|From: Carlomagno||Date: July 17, 2003 at 14:30|
|Have to agree with Allen this one is an excellent cd filled with lots of armonies, big choruses, and catchy songs like Vicious Circle, Rock The House and the anthemic "Blast From The Past", no new tricks but who wants new tricks with great music like this?? Now go buy it!! 90/100|
|From: METAL FAN 1||Date: October 17, 2003 at 20:56|
|Right on guys! Though I did hear "Rock The House" once and ONLY once on the shit-ass local rock station when this album came out. P.S. To my knowledge, Quiet Riot recently broke up; round about august.Shiiiiiiitttttttttt!!!!|
|From: TIM||Date: October 17, 2003 at 22:05|
|I share the feeling METAL FAN 1. I heard "Vicious Circle" today and it's pretty cool. AOL Radio has a cool hair metal station if you can get it. Better than anything the local stations play by a long shot. I hate to hear Quiet Riot called it quits- they're one of the best. I was not happy to hear that while watching Metal Mania.|
|From: jeramie||Date: December 15, 2003 at 1:43|
|this cd is the best of their career and by far better than the rest also check out their new live dvd it kicks,|
|From: jamie||Date: December 21, 2003 at 18:24|
|Excellent album. Though I have read a few bad reviews on different sites. Obviously the fools that wrote them don't have a clue what they are talking about.|
|From: CC||Date: April 5, 2004 at 20:29|
|Damn good album by a band that has been unfairly criticised just because Dubrow is an arse!|
|From: Desslar||Date: April 7, 2004 at 5:37|
|From the clips I've heard the album is pretty average. The album cover on the other hand is heinously ugly. A blind parapalegic could do better.|
|From: Rocktron||Date: April 10, 2004 at 13:04|
|I was pleasantly surprised by this album. There are very good tracks here in the old QR genre. Kevins's voice though good, didn't hold up on some of the technically challenging vocals, and sounded dry, but the musicianship as always is excellent. I feel that this could have been a far superior rocking album with greater care in producing it. If you like QR then you would like this. It is good old school metal with great lead guitar work. Look after your voice Kevin. Rocktron from England.|
|From: Ratt72||Date: August 22, 2004 at 2:06|
|After the Break up, I thought Sarzo would came back to the Whitesnake, but now he's playing around with Ronnie james Dio.I hope DC remember to call him back before its too late|
|From: DR DOM||Date: October 8, 2004 at 19:57|
|....Is it over?|
|From: jercar171||Date: October 30, 2004 at 23:17|
|quiet riot is back together now as of oct 04 but no cavazo or rudy but but oh well rock on|
|From: ED||Date: November 22, 2004 at 13:14|
|They recently came here to Puerto Rico and made a show here. But the line-up was: Kevin DuBrow, Frankie Banali, Chuck Wright, and the other was a guitar player that I don't know (but wasn't Carlos Cavazo). They made a kick ass show, and played many of their classics. But I think Carlos Cavazo and Rudy Sarzo makes the line-up completed. I really rocked on in the show tho...And talking about this cd, it came and was gone really quick without giving the people a chance to checking it out.|
|From: underworld king||Date: August 6, 2007 at 5:34|
|This is an extremely underrated album. When I first heard this I thought it was 1984 all over again. If this would have come out after Conditional it would have been huge.|
|From: underworld king||Date: August 3, 2008 at 9:00|
|Seven years ago today in 2001 I saw Quiet Riot Live on this tour. Great show from the band. They played the first three tracks off of this album along with the required hits from MH, CC, and III along with a cover ot two. They played a small club in San Antonio Tx and I was fortunate enough to get their autographs after the show. Great bunch of guys and an awesome show. This cd is playing right now in my cd player and will always be one of my favorites due to the quality music and good times I had listening to this when it came out. A return to their 80's roots for sure. If you like Metal health and Condition Critical you will enjoy this cd.|
|From: rick kerch vzla||Date: January 8, 2013 at 18:32|
|This was almost the final album ever recorded by the great Kevin DuBrow...cool songs it has indeed..."Vicious Circle","Rock The House"(catchy),"Shadow Of Love","I Can't Make You Love Me","Guilty Pleasures" & "Blast From The Past"(catchy) are my faves...Kevin you'll always be missed... ...80/100|
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