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Fast forward to 2006, and a couple of breakups, several lineup changes, and I got word the band was working on a new album. I admit to being curious given my past history in listening to Quiet Riot, but after Guilty Pleasures, it was NOT an automatic purchase. QR at this point is primarily Kevin DuBrow (vocals), Frankie Banali (drums), and a rotating group of guitarists and bassists. In mid 2006 I was reading interviews with DuBrow & Banali talking about how the new album was nothing like anything they had ever done before. They wanted to do something different, something "classic rock" sounding (I'm paraphrasing there). Again, I wasn't that enthused about it.
Why all this background info? Because I wanted to show that this is not a knee jerk reaction from someone who only casually likes the band.
So I decided to take a chance and roll the dice. Wow. I mean WOW!Read more ›
an interesting song is a cover of "evil woman" by spooky tooth with kevin and Glenn Hughes dueting on it..
anyway, if your a quiet riot fan, or just a fan of good Rock music pick up this cd, you wont regret it!
Rehab is a collection of great rock tunes that will give new fans and old fans of QUIET RIOT a sense of their musical abilities and show a different side of QUIET RIOT compared with anything they have done in the past.
"Free" which kicks off the new CD, is more of a modern hard rocking in your face song that gets you banging your head right from the start. "Blind Faith" one of the several Banali-Citron-DuBrow-Hughes compositions is unlike anything QUIET RIOT has done before. It's melodic, musical and something you can sing to after the first listen. "South of Heaven" is an intense song with a heavy drum sounding beat.
Other highlights include the bluesy "Old Habits Die Hard" which show off both Kevin's vocal ability and his influences. One of the best songs on the album by far. "In Harms Way" is another haunting number which give both Kevin and Frankie an opportunity to show what they can do and how well they do it. "Beggars and Thieves" is another song from the album that show just how much these guys love to play. It is an aggressive musical driven song which is interesting enough to hold you for the entire six minute plus length of the song.
Bassist Tony Franklin and Guitarist Neil Citron (who helped write several of the new songs) lend their playing and provide a new and exciting musical complement to Kevin's signature voice and Frankie's trademark drum sound.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
An incredible rock record that is a bit rare. Never understood why because it is an awesome record. Also, it's Kevin' Dubrow's last appearance with Quite Riot before his tragic and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jon Pomplin
With Standout hard and heavy tracks like It Sucks To Be You, Free, and the bluesy, hard-driven classic style offered on Evil Woman, this album is a kicking ass! Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. A. Mucera
its a very good cd .don't expect it to sound like old quiet riotPublished 17 months ago by roxanne lococo
This record is not your usual party anthems of QR, but that's not a bad thing. Some songs like blind faith and in harms way have some great soft begginings then heavy riffs. Read morePublished 24 months ago by pitchfork matt
I bought this cd a few years ago and just pulled it back out to give it another listen to and to see if there was anything worthwhile on it to put on my ipod, guess what there... Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by 289cobra
Quiet Riot's last album with Kevin Dubrow before his tragic end. I love this whole album great hooks, guitar heaven, and the songwriting went back to the level they had when they... Read morePublished on December 6, 2013 by J. Hollis
Bought this sometime ago but just getting around to reviewing it. I thought I had done it already.
It's not Metal Health, but then, what is? Read more
RIP Kevin the rock scene is not the same since you've been gone I met him once fly away Thunderbird.Published on December 10, 2012 by Muss
this disc is the epitaph of who kevin dubrow was a rebel rocker , wut a great final disc. Don't expect metal health this is a very heavy (4 the riot) disc. Read morePublished on February 16, 2009 by Gary M. Cole