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Known for their hits, "We're Not Gonna Take It" and "I Wanna Rock", the New York City metal band Twisted Sister come home for the holidays with their album, A TWISTED CHRISTMAS. This hard rocking glam band found their fame on MTV in the 1980s and has been performing on and off ever since.

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  • Audio CD (December 7, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Wea International
  • ASIN: B00000DP08
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,474 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Come Out And Play
2. Leader Of The Pack
3. You Want What We Got
4. I Believe In Rock 'N Roll
5. The Fire Still Burns
6. Be Chrool To Your Scuel
7. I Believe In You
8. Out On The Streets
9. Lookin' Out For # 1
10. Kill Or Be Killed
11. King Of The Fools

Customer Reviews

King of the Fools was a great track.
Rachelle
This album I think is just something to be trashed and forgotten.
BullDog
This is one of the best albums i have ever heard.
Ms Janette E Bolan

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michael Gerstbrein on November 25, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album will probably forever be known as the one that killed Twisted Sister's career. Looking back, it's not hard to see why fans furiously rejected it. Before this album, Dee and the band seemed rather adept at mixing menace with just enough campiness to make things fun. On this particular album, however, they went over the top and (especially on the ill-advised cover of "Leader Of The Pack") overdosed on goofy humor. A shame, because they got their best and toughest production job yet from Dieter Dierks, who's armor-plated work with The Scorpions and Accept won him much acclain. Listening to this CD again after so many years, tunes like "Come Out And Play," "You Want What We Got" and "Kill Or Be Killed" stand up as fun anthems and some of the group's best. ..., even "Be Cruel To Your Skewl" elicits some memorable chuckles.
One of those CDs that didn't seem like much at the time, but kinda grows on you years later.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By James Sicolo on September 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album was the follow up to the smash "Stay Hungry" and unfortunately the campy songs like "Leader of the Pack" and "Be Cruel to your School" overshadowed some of the really good ones like "Kill or Be Killed", "I Believe in You", and "King of the Fools". This album was a commercial bomb at the time it was released and was the death knell for Twisted Sister which was a shame.
All in all, I'd say that I enjoyed this album, but not as much as the other Twisted Sister releases and I'm glad to be able to buy it in CD.
If you are sick of the 90's death growl and (c)rap metal that just won't go away and want to hear some solid metal with real singing, check out this album, just skip over the cover tunes!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bryan S. Sampsel on May 30, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album was a densely layered, intricate, album of some of Twisted's most haunting music.
Dee's vocals resonated, the guitars took turns adding layers of sound, and the bass and guitars pounded away.
This was an album to keep your attention...especially "King of the Fools."
"Leader of the Pack" will make you laugh if you remember the 50s original...just the change from the high pitched feminine voices to low masculine voices...it's a gut splitter.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By W.R. Ranger on April 13, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I always seem to be on the fence about this album. I either just enjoy this album or I think it is a really great album. So my rating changes, but I'll make one considering TS' past work. I thought the production quality was great. I think songs like 'Come Out And Play'(great starter song with a fast tempo and awesome guitar work), 'I Believe In Rock 'N' Roll', 'The Fire Still Burns', 'Lookin' Out For #1', and 'Kill Or Be Killed' are the high points. 'Out On the Streets' is also one that should not be overlooked. I like 'Be Chrool To Your Scuel' and I'll play it loud with the rest of them, but it sounds out of place on this album. It didn't help that the video was banned by mTV- by the way, have you seen some of the videos they will air nowadays... And "Be Chrool.." was too graphic for TV????? I know they were going with a "from the streets biker gang" theme for this album, but 'Leader Of The Pack', even though it goes along with the biker gang theme, was a poor choice as a lead single for a highly anticipated album that followed the success of songs like 'I Wanna Rock'. And like "Be Chrool...", it seems out of place when heard with the entire album. 'You Want What We Got' and 'I Believe In You'(a ballad) are okay songs. The bonus song, which was also available on the cassette tape and CD from back in the day, is a descent slow song called 'King Of The Fools'. I do not think any of the songs on here are bad, but I can also understand if people are disappointed with it compared to past albums. I know this is hind sight, but if they would have marketed different songs as singles Twisted Sister's history may have been different.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chad Ouimette on February 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
...compared to the tracks that make up the horrible sounding LOVE IS FOR SUCKERS, this can easily be considered a classic. Maybe not in the vein of STAY HUNGRY but it has some really great songs and they remind you of why 80s metal is so damn good.
A huge and romping/roaring title track gives you a welcome blast into this album, ("Twisted Sister, come out and play") Dee Snider sneers and cries, and then eventually gets his wish as the band comes blasting in full on force.
The bulk of the material on this CD are rockers with great melodic choruses, a recipe for some good metal tunes. The slow slow as snail's pace ballad "I Believe In You" is a good track, but I really don't think Snider is good at pulling off ballads, his voice is a little too rough for it. Now, when are talking about "King of Fools" then that's a different story, he does this well. The band's backing vocals also make it very enjoyable and irresistable. Actually, the band turns in quite a few good backings on this release, proving each one of the sisters can get the vocal job done, at least to some extent.
There are a number of complaints about "Leader of The Pack". I think it's a good track but not single good. By that I mean it isnt strong enough to be a single..."I Believe in Rock N' Roll", "You Want What We Got" and "Looking Out for Number #1" should have been the top picks. But it doesn't matter, anyway you look at it these tracks just make this CD all the more better. I'm not sure if "Leader" is supposed to be a ballad or not, it kind of sounds that way, it is kind of catchy but it really only centers around a cheap love gone horribly wrong then uses a bad accident scenario that would have best been left to another band. And the video is even worse.
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