Suzi Quatro

July 19, 2011 | Format: MP3

$11.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2000
  • Release Date: July 19, 2011
  • Label: Parlophone UK
  • Copyright: 2011 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
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  • Total Length: 1:13:46
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  • ASIN: B005BLOGKI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,197 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scottyh on May 14, 2011
Format: Audio CD
It is soo about time that this classicly influential album gets re-released and digitally remastered in it's own right.

This is where it all started for women who rock. Suzi Quatro was the first woman to get a band together and thw first woman who gave rock n roll a heart warming rough edge, that is why she owns the crown as the Queen of Rock n Roll.

This is a fantastic album with self penned tracks, (with guitarist Len Tuckey) like "Glycerine Queen" "Sticks and Stones" and Suzi's own composition "Get Back Momma" "All Shook Up" The Elvis Presley song is on here. This version makes it believable that Elvis wanted to meet Suzi after he heard her version of his hit song, he is reprted in saying that it was the best he had heard since his version. (I think this is a little better just quietly :) (no offence Elvis fans)

"Can the Can" Suzi's first smash hit no 1 single made it onto this release, but back in 1973, RAK Records in the UK, did not include it on the original album for some reason. "48 Crash" Suzi's next smash hit, second single wishes to say hello! It's here.

Daytona Demon Suzi's third hit, which also did not appear on the original album either, back in 1973 also makes a rightful appearance, this cd also includes a few B sides to those songs great singles, they rear their viery heads after a very very long sleep...

If you want to "Get Rocked" get this cd. The great thing apart from all the great rock music on here, is also the picture memrobilla, the pics represent Suzi in the 70's it's great to see all those pictures of what her and her band of attitudial grease monkey's was like back then.

The liner notes are more than interesting to browse over.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael O. on November 27, 2013
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Rare for nowadays proper remastering with wide dynamic range. No overcompession so popular in modern volume war. Worth to get to.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jojo-esque on August 24, 2012
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when i was 13 i idolized suzi quatro even to the point of getting a suzi haircut-well that was big mistake lol but im SO happy 2 be able to listen to one of my favorite albums/cd. it arrived in 2 days! suzi did not get the recognition in USA as she did in europe-pre the leather tuscadero days. i found her via WNEW.FM which playd what was hot in UK.

not only is CD great has interesting liner notes and lots of pics. the bonus tracks thankfully include CAN THE CAN but 48 CRASH still my favorite. well i love all the songs really. what a groundbreaker she was!

i feel like its 1973 and im 13 years old again! thank u suzi! and thank u amazon!
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The 1973 debut album by one of rock's first women is an under-rated rock classic. With a sound that is a mixture of hard rock and boogie, it is a package that is undeniably unique.

Suzi Quatro's multitude of European, Japanese and Australian hit singles were all written by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn. Two of the biggest and hardest rocking of these appear here ('48 Crash' and `Can the Can'), along with a sexy pre-historic odyssey entitled `Primitive Love'. But the success of this album rides, not on the strength of that song-writing partnership, but on the writing of Quatro herself and soon-to-be husband, guitarist Len Tuckey. `Glycerine Queen', `Shine My Machine', `Official Suburbian Superman', `Get Back Mamma' and `Rockin' Moonbeam' are first class garage rockers. Along with the devine and dreamy `Skin Tight Skin', they clearly illustrate that Quatro/Tuckey were a team that were consistently and unfairly ignored because they did not write the singles. Quatro's attack approach on three covers - the Beatles' `I Wanna Be Your Man' and Elvis Presley's `All Shook Up' and `Shakin' All Over' round out the 13 track set and demonstrate her strength as an interpreter (one that Presley himself reputedly loved).

Quatro's vocals are strong and authoritative, while conveying just a glimpse of vulnerability. The trademark scream that made her famous is also in full flight. Chinn-Chapman's production is full and textured, driving the music with an awesome drum sound (Dave Neal), Quatro's slick bass, and Tuckey's guitar being rounded out by some beautiful keyboards from Alistair McKenzie.
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Suzi rocked with her first bluesy, primitive and pop rock album. It contained everything and, well just rocked. Anyone who wants to hear a great album with nooooooooooo filler this is it. From the pop production line of Chinn and Chapman to her take on Elvis and her own and Len's compositions it is all 100% band orientated good gear. This band lasted three albums and with one exception many more. She was no show pony but a bona fide rock queen. However she never shone as brightly as on this album. A debut equalled by few. As Molly would say, do yourself a favour.
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By Bubbaphatt on May 17, 2014
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Suzi Quatro was a punk rocker before there was punk rock. She has had a long career, but this album is her at her best. If you want to see where The Runaways got a lot of their sound from, check out this album. Suzi's covers of "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "All Shook Up" are absolutely rockin', and her classics "48 Crash", "Can the Can", and "Glycerine Queen" are not to be missed.
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