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Slave Raider

What Do You Know About Rock 'N Roll

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1988

Label: RCA Records

Catalog Number: 1141-1-J

Average Rating: 76 / 100 (8 ratings)

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Personnel
Chainsaw Caine vocals
Nicci Wikkid guitars, vocals
Letitia Rae bass, vocals
The Rock drums
Lance Sabin guitars
Tracks
1.  Is There Rock 'N Roll in Heaven?  3:47
2.  Youngblood  4:27
3.  Bye Bye Baby  4:05
4.  Keep On Pushin'  4:14
5.  Sin City Social  3:10
6.  Roller Coaster  3:44
7.  The High Priest of Good Times  2:34
8.  The Magistrate  0:53
9.  What Do You Know About Rock 'N Roll?  3:32
10.  Guilty  3:37
11.  Iron Bar Motel  3:25
12.  Wreckin Machine  3:27
13.  Lailbreak  4:21
  
Total Running Time:  45:16

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From: brimreaper Date: February 11, 2002 at 5:21
Great melodic/glam metal albulm. With catchy hooks and driving guitars.

From: BPG Date: April 12, 2002 at 20:47
Pretty good cd, but their 1st cd is fantastic "Make Some Noise". Track 13 here is acually "Jailbreak" a remake of Thin Lizzy's song. Their 3rd cd wasn't bad either. I've seen them numerous times in the Minneapolis area and they are a great band see live, complete with chainsaws and energy that blows you away. They also covered Nazareth-Hair of the Dog ,but with lyrics that changed to-Now Your Messin' with the Minnesota Twins-during their World series Championship in 1991. It's a great song.

From: BPG Date: April 12, 2002 at 20:53
My corretion -1st cd is "Take the World By Storm"

From: BUCK Date: January 3, 2003 at 15:54
The Messin' With The Twins was actually done by Chainsaw Caine's solo project CHAINSAW.

From: Trick Taylor Date: January 11, 2003 at 3:43
Wow, arguing over Slave Raider trivia? Chainsaw Caine would probably appreciate $5 for lunch more. This effort is nicely produced but really highlights Slave Raider's shortcomings, namely stupid songs. If you want the real SR experience then find their 1st cd. It's a perfect local market band rock cd. Nothing amazing, but fun and catchy as hell.

From: mutha trucka Date: January 19, 2003 at 16:08
stupid songs? youngblood is my theme song, the song i live by. what man wouldnt love to get his hands on a sexy li'l high school girl and manipulate her for his own fantasies? of course the rest of the songs on the album may be stupid, i havent heard any others. i just happed to have the y b music vid on tape. neve heard anything else by them.

From: TheRipper Date: August 27, 2003 at 17:21
I remember when this one came out and I wondered if it was gonna be good cuz a friend of mine liked "Take The World" which is good in my opinion too. Well, I got this one and wasn't crazy about and didn't pull it out until I found their indie release of "Bigger, Badder, Bolder" a few years later cuz I liked that one, and after I gave this one the fair shot it needed I grew to like it even than "Bigger". Good release here, if you like one track you'll like them all, consistent in that way...

From: St.Cloud-Mike Date: June 6, 2004 at 4:22
I used to go see Slave raider all around the St. Cloud (MN) area when they first came about. They were awesome! No kidding. When they played other bands covertunes they were the best band around. Can't say I ever cared for their own music much, quit following them when they came out with their first album...thought it sucked compared to their abiblity to player good songs. They are talented, just needed someone too make them good music of their own. Mike

From: Charlie MAX Date: June 30, 2004 at 17:35
How are you getting your fix these days -

From: HATE Date: July 6, 2004 at 20:07
If anyone has a copy of this cd please let me know. Thanks. Hateful_dj@hotmail.com

From: Sheila Date: September 2, 2004 at 14:22
I used to watch them play at the New Munich ballroom to a packed crowd everytime. This band is awesome, and by far one of my all time favorites. I have "Take the world by Storm" and "What do you know about RNR". Leticia is in a band called "Rare Divine"....she rocks!

From: buttmonkey Date: November 15, 2004 at 15:58
I hate slave raider

From: Ed Kork Date: November 18, 2004 at 16:37
If anybody has the Minnesota Twins song from Slave Raider PLEASE email me, thanks...... edkork at bellsouth dot net

From: barby Date: November 23, 2004 at 20:08
Does anyone know where I can buy a song that Slave Raider did for the Minnesota Twins, in the 1980's, win twins win, or something like that? please email me at barbynoseeak@aol.com

From: John Michaelson Date: January 14, 2005 at 10:17
I play SR Youngblood on my internet radio station and get positive responses from it. However my mother has a rather extensive 80's video collection on VCR and when she passed on I inherited this collection and found the video for YB and really just saw these guys as a Twisted Sister rip-off. But I like the song, YB enough to have played it on the radio station. You can check it out at eagle97.n3.net

From: CC Date: April 3, 2005 at 9:52
I just bought this on CD and forgot just how good it is. As I no longer play my cassettes this has languished at the bottom of a box for a while,so its nice to be reintroduced to an old friend & remember just how much you liked it. Nothing is worse than hearing an album years later and thinking "WTF did I ever see in this album". This one is a stormer........nothing original,just good old fashioned fun rock!

From: Axe Attack Date: January 22, 2006 at 12:21
This is a good one. I play these guys from time to time on my weekly metal show, which can also be heard online.

From: metalalways Date: December 13, 2006 at 15:12
this band kicks ass i bought this cd a couple of days ago and when i looked at the cover it was autographed by the whole band it says slave raider kicks your ass i thought that was really cool can anybody tell me when this cd first came out back in 1988 if all of them was autographed just thought i'd ask i love is there rock 'n roll in heaven, youngblood, what do you know about rock 'n roll and jailbreak.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 3, 2011 at 15:22
Better than their first but not as good as their third and last..."Is There Rock 'N Roll In Heaven?","Youngblood","Keep On Pushin'","Roller Coaster","What Do You Know About Rock 'N Roll?","Iron Bar Hotel" & "Lailbreak"(this one is a 100% Thin Lizzy influenced...is this an ode to the Lynnot band???..."Jailbreak"???... .... )...88/100


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