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Quiet Riot I
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||Date: July 23, 2003 at 22:37|
|Great early Quiet Riot featuring a very young Randy Rhoads. All those years I though Metal Health was the first album from these guys. it wasn't until about 1992 I found out different. This was only released on vinyl from what I know. I got a very good copy on CD off the internet. Watch ebay and the QRI and QRII will pop up once in a while. Great to have just for nostalgia reasons! 8/10
||Date: July 29, 2003 at 16:51|
|Is the song "Tin Soldier" on this the same as the Small Faces song? I know Kevin DuBrow was a huge Steve Marriott fan.
||Date: July 30, 2003 at 11:00|
|Yes it is. And Glad All Over is originally recorded by The Dave Clark Five. Really energetic songs. I hope Quiet Riot I and II will be released officially some day. Somebody else thinks different, but if you ask from me, all songs are great. The Randy Rhoads Years album is also worth to check. This is really one of my favorite CDs. 10/10.
|From: DR DOM
||Date: October 8, 2004 at 19:56|
|This is a great cd, Randy Rhoades beginnings all over this cd people!
||Date: December 3, 2004 at 0:23|
|Fantastic debut piece from Kevin and the lunatics.
||Date: October 7, 2006 at 8:30|
|From this album,"It's Not not Funny" was released as a single.I still remember when I bought this single at the local records shop when I was 16 years old.I also do remember there was a big poster on the wall of the records to promote the first album.
|From: juan carlos
||Date: January 16, 2007 at 9:48|
|Un album correctito, si no fuera por el gran RANDY RHOADS(R.I.P4ever) este album pasaría totalmente inadvertido para mí pues los temas me parecen regulares y en todo caso está más orientado a los amantes del rock setentero mas duro pero personalmente sin mucha chispa. Hay como 2 versiones en este grupo de grupos de los 70s. Atención a los solos de Randy!! Avisoraba lo que es, un HACHA de aquellos.. 7.5/10
||Date: December 28, 2014 at 12:04|
|Get Your Kicks is about as riotous as it gets when a band tries to pass off the hokiest, cheesiest lyrics as a serious work of art. I damned near pissed myself laughing when DuBrow started in with the "rock rock rockin' (wooooo)". Jeezus pleezus, if anyone can listen to that heaping helping of fromage with a straight face, they must've had a humorectomy at some point. It sounds like KISS helped them out with that line, and even a truly lousy lyricist like Ron Keel would probably reject such awful dreck. "Rock rock rockin' (wooooo)" indeed. ROTFLMOA.
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