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Rehab

4.1 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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Brand new hard rock album from the legendary Quiet Riot containing 11 new tracks and recorded with additional musicians featuring guitarist/producer Neil Citron, bassist Tony Franklin, and vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Free
  2. Blind Faith
  3. South Of Heaven
  4. Black Reign
  5. Old Habits Die Hard
  6. Strange Daze
  7. In Harms Way
  8. Beggars And Thieves
  9. Don't Think
  10. It Sucks To Be You
  11. Evil Woman


Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 3, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Chavis Records
  • ASIN: B000IOM3K8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,068 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Joseph Siegler TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 25, 2006
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So we come to the latter half of 2006, and Quiet Riot is still around. This is not the original Quiet Riot, or even the Quiet Riot that was insanely successful in the mid 80's. This is a much different, and more mature Quiet Riot. Why do I mention this? Well, I was old enough to listen to QR in 1983 when they hit seriously large. Thing is, unlike the majority of the fans, I kept listening. Since Metal Health in 1983, they've had seven other studio albums (84, 86, 88, 93, 95, 99, 01) excluding 2006's Rehab. I bought almost all of them. I rather enjoyed them for what they were. Mindless light metal. Most people don't even know that QR is still around, let alone continuing to record albums all this time. 2001's "Guilty Pleasures" was the one I did not buy. It was "OK" - I borrowed a friend's copy, but I didn't buy that one - at that point I had pretty much burnt out on Quiet Riot.

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!
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Before buying this album, I read a lengthy review on KNAC's web site. The reviewer kept stressing how this album sounds nothing like the old party rock that Qr used to dish out 20 years ago which I agree with. Trust me, this is a good thing. She also mentions that Kevin duBrow says that the album takes a few listens to grrasp. I couldn't disagree with Kevin's comment more. this album makes a blistering first impression. What you have here are two musical veterans, (Kevin and frankie), who have grown up and have figured out how to rock plenty hard with substance. These songs are all very different from one another, have great lyrics, interesting hooks, and power for days! "Old habits die hard" is my favorite track. It is a slow blues rock number with Kevin simply singing his guts out while Frankie pounds out some classic Bonham-style drums, and Neil sprinkles in some tasty guitar licks. I kid you not that after listening to the album in its entirety, I went back and played that song five more times in a row. another standout track is the spooky tooth cover "Evil woman." DuBrow and Hughes trading vocal lines is a true treat to behold. I also love "south of heaven", "Strange Days", "Free", and "Black Rain." Honestly, I wish they didn't put "It Sucks to Be You" on the record. Sure, it's a reasonably fun song, but everything else on the record is so lightyears ahead of it that it seems like they threw it on just to appease the "come on Feel The Noize" crowd. It really sticks out like a sore thumb, but it is only one song out of eleven, and the other ten are simply brilliant. this is easily the best album they've ever put out and, believe me, I've heard them all many times over. Please please buy this record to show the boys that truly substantive yet crankable hard rock still matters in 2006.
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Remember that band who made it big in 1983 with Metal Health?? well their back and better than ever. This cd is everything which quiet riot is, was and wants to be.. The cd is very diverse in styles. whether it be the heavy-modernlike "Free" or the zeppelinesque "south of heaven" the guitar. Frankie banalis drums are amazing on this cd, and are very heavy and john bonamesque.. Kevins Vocals are another amazing point on this disc. his voice is just as good as it was 20 years ago and he can belt out those tunes..

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!
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QUIET RIOT returns to recording world with the release of their new studio CD, Rehab, now available from Chavis Records. Frankie Banali and Kevin DuBrow, the two driving members of QUIET RIOT, showcase their talent and musical influences to make Rehab one of the band's best effort to date.

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.
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