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Artist: Quiet Riot

Title: The Randy Rhoads Years

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: Rhino Records

Catalog Number: R2 71445

Personnel

Kevin Dubrow vocals
Randy Rhoads guitar
Kelly Garni bass
Kenny Hillery bass
Drew Forsyth drums

Tracks

1.  Trouble  
2.  Laughing Gas Randy Rhoads Guitar Solo  
3.  Afterglow (of Your Love) Acoustic Version    Cover: Small Faces
4.  Killer Girls  
5.  Picking Up the Pieces  
6.  Last Call for Rock 'N' Roll  
7.  Breaking Up Is a Heartache  
8.  Force of Habit  
9.  It's Not So Funny  
10.  Look in Any Window  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: T-Bone Date: April 5, 2004 at 14:52
I love this cd! You can definately hear alot of riffs that he uses later with Ozzy.

From: Gar Date: April 5, 2004 at 17:47
Since the Japanese releases of the first 2 QR albums are hard to come by, this is surely the way to go. Some really good songs as well as some amazing guitar work make this a must have for hard rock fans. The songs are all from the late 70s, but they hold up remarkably well today. If all you know from Quiet Riot is "Metal Health" on up, you definitely need to check out their beginnings.

From: CC Date: April 5, 2004 at 20:26
I think this was the first QR CD I ever bought (I owned the Shortino one on cassette for years) & I really couldnt see what the fuss was all about with those first two albums. I nearly didnt bother picking up Metal Health because of this but luckily I got it real real cheap as I loved every minute of it. I cant fault Rhodes guitar playing,I just felt the songs theselves were weak compared to Metal Health.......just my opinion!

From: Desslar Date: April 7, 2004 at 5:33
A fun album for QR fans. It doesn't sound too much like their 80s material, probably closer to 70s Alice Cooper. Not spectacular, but some good songs.

From: Endika Date: July 23, 2004 at 17:17
Esta bien pero bueno,no es indispensable.Para los fans de quiet riot a muerte.6,5/10

From: mannas Date: November 15, 2007 at 4:55
a good album 90/100!wirklich gut songs! coolmohr@web.de

From: ThunderDan Date: November 26, 2007 at 16:25
Do yourself a favor and get the original recordings. This is horrible as the bass tracks were re-done (there were 2 different bass players on each of the first 2 albums, Rudy Sarzo being on the second one). Avoid at all costs, don't waste your money!! RIP Kevin Dubrow

From: edwithmj Date: June 23, 2010 at 18:59
The first two albums are better than this but there are some good rare tracks on here. My only complaint is that the recirdings are very bad quality with annoying clicking on the tracks.


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