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Magic Wand

Album: ''Magic Wand'' (1975 Single)
1. Suicidal Show
2. Just How You Want It
3. West Coast Tryouts

Quiet Riot I

Album: ''Quiet Riot I'' (1977)
1. It's Not So Funny
2. Mama's Little Angels
3. Tin Soldier (Small Faces Cover)
4. Ravers
5. Back to the Coast
6. Glad All Over (Dave Clark Five Cover)
7. Get Your Kicks
8. Look In Any Window
9. Just How You Want It
10. Riot Reunion
11. Fit To Be Tied
12. Demolition Derby


Album: ''It's Not So Funny'' (1977 Single)
1. It's Not So Funny
2. Ravers

Quiet Riot II

Album: ''Quiet Riot II'' (1979)
1. Slick Black Cadillac
2. You Drive Me Crazy
3. Afterglow (Of Your Love) (Small Faces cover)
4. Eye for an Eye
5. Trouble
6. Killer Girls
7. Face to Face
8. Inside You
9. We've Got the Magic

Killer Girls/Slick Black Cadillac

Album: ''Killer Girls/Slick Black Cadillac'' (1979 Single)
1. Slick Black Cadillac
2. Killer Girls

Metal Health

Album: ''Metal Health'' (1983)
1. Metal Health
2. Cum On Feel The Noize (Slade cover)
3. Don't Wanna Let You Go
4. Slick Black Cadillac
5. Love's A Bitch
6. Breathless
7. Run For Cover
8. Battle Axe
9. Let's Get Crazy
10. Thunderbird

Cum On Feel the Noize

Album: ''Cum On Feel the Noize'' (1983 Single)
1. Cum on Feel the Noize
2. Run For Cover

Slick Black Cadillac (Live)

Album: ''Slick Black Cadillac (Live)'' (1983 Single)
1. Slick Black Cadillac (Live)

Condition Critical

Album: ''Condition Critical'' (1984)
1. Sign of the Times
2. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
3. Party All Night
4. Stomp Your Hands, Clap Your Feet
5. Winners Take All
6. Condition Critical
7. Scream And Shout
8. Red Alert
9. Bad Boy
10. (We Were) Born To Rock

Album: ''Disco Poster'' (1984 EP)
1. Slick Black Cadillac
2. Cum On Feel The Noize
3. Love's A Bitch
4. Run For Cover

Bad Boy

Album: ''Bad Boy'' (1984 Single)
1. Bad Boy
2. Metal Health (Live)
3. Slick Black Cadillac (Live)

Mama Weer All Crazee Now

Album: ''Mama Weer All Crazee Now'' (1984 Single)
1. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
2. Bad Boy


Album: ''QR III'' (1986)
1. Main Attraction
2. The Wild And the Young
3. Twilight Hotel
4. Down and Dirty
5. Rise or Fall
6. Put Up Or Shut Up
7. Still of the Night
8. Bass Case
9. The Pump
10. Slave to Love
11. Helping Hands

Bang Thy Head

Album: ''Bang Thy Head'' (1986 Video/VHS)
1. Cum On Feel The Noize
2. Metal Health
3. Mama Weer All Crazy Now
4. Party All Night
5. The Wild And The Young

Winners Take All

Album: ''Winners Take All'' (1990 Best of/Compilation)
1. Cum On Feel The Noize
2. Party All Night
3. The Wild And The Young
4. Winners Take All
5. Metal Health
6. Scream and Shout
7. Put up or Shut Up
8. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
9. King of The Hill
10. Let's Get Crazy


Album: ''Terrified'' (1993)
1. Cold Day in Hell
2. Loaded Gun
3. Itchycoo Park (Small Faces cover)
4. Terrified
5. Rude Boy
6. Dirt Lover
7. Psycho City
8. Rude, Crude Mood
9. Little Angel
10. Resurrection

The Randy Rhoads Years

Album: ''The Randy Rhoads Years'' (1993 Best of/Compilation)
1. Trouble
2. Laughing Gas
3. Afterglow (Of Your Love)
4. Killer Girls
5. Picking Up the Pieces
6. Last Call for Rock and Roll
7. Breaking Up Is a Heartache
8. Force of Habit
9. It's Not So Funny Anymore
10. Look in Any Window

The Greatest Hits

Album: ''The Greatest Hits'' (1996 Best of/Compilation)
1. Cum On Feel The Noize
2. Bang Your Head (Metal Health)
3. Slick Black Cadillac
4. The Wild and The Young
5. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
6. Party All Night
7. The Joker
8. Stay With Me Tonight
9. Callin' the Shots
10. Bang Your Head (Metal Health) Live
11. Let's Go Crazy (Live)

Alive And Well

Album: ''Alive And Well'' (1999)
1. Don't Know What I Want
2. Angry
3. Alive and Well
4. The Ritual
5. Overworked and Underpaid
6. Slam Dunk (Way To Go!)
7. Too Much Information
8. Against The Wall
9. Highway to Hell
10. Sign Of The Times
11. Don't Wanna Let You Go
12. The Wild and the Young
13. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
14. Cum on Feel The Noize
15. Metal Health

Super Hits

Album: ''Super Hits'' (1999 Best of/Compilation)
1. Cum On Feel The Noize
2. Metal Health
3. Slick Black Cadillac
4. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
5. Don't Wanna Let You Go
6. Condition Critical
7. I'm Fallin'
8. Empty Promises
9. Don't Wanna Be Your Fool
10. Sign of the Times

The Collection

Album: ''The Collection'' (2000 Best of/Compilation)
1. Metal Health
2. Cum On Feel The Noize
3. Slick Black Cadillac
4. Let's Get Crazy (Live)
5. Thunderbird
6. Love's A Bitch (Live)
7. Sign of The Times
8. Mama Weer All Crazee Now
9. Stomp Your Hands, Clap Your Feet
10. Condition Critical
11. (We Were) Born To Rock
12. Stay With Me Tonight
13. Callin' The Shots
14. King Of The Hill
15. Don't Wanna Be Your Fool
16. Coppin' A Feel

Album: ''Live and Rare'' (2005 Best of/Compilation)
1. Let's Get Crazy
2. Condition Critical
3. Run For Cover
4. Swinging Thunder
5. Winners Take All
6. Cum On Feel The Noize
7. Metal Health
8. Danger Zone
9. Gonna Have a Riot
10. Thunderbird (original demo)
11. Love's a Bitch (original demo)
12. Let Get Crazy (original demo)


Album: ''Rehab'' (2006)
1. Free
2. Blind Faith
3. South of Heaven
4. Black Reign
5. Old Habits Die Hard
6. Strange Daze
7. In Harm's Way
8. Beggars and Thieves
9. Don't Think So
10. It Sucks to Be You
11. Evil Woman

quiet riot


Quiet Riot is an american heavy metal band, whose 1983 & 1984 success paved the way for the glam metal scene's commercial success in the mid 80's. They are best known for their cover of Slade's hit "Cum on Feel the Noize."

They were founded in 1975 by guitarist Randy Rhoads with the original lineup featuring Kevin DuBrow (vocals), Kelly Garni (bass) and Drew Forsyth (drums). After failing to break out of the Los Angeles metal scene with a record contract (unlike their contemporaries Van Halen), the band eventually scored a deal with Columbia Records s second single "Cum on Feel the Noise" (a remake of one of Slade's big U.K. hit from 1973) was released; it spent two weeks at #5 on the chart. It was the first heavy metal song to make the Top 5 on Billboard Magazine's "Hot 100 singles chart" and it was the first of a string of Slade sound-alikes recorded by the group. The band were relunctant to record the song, as none of them were Slade fans, and recorded it in one take, trying to play their worst. The success of the single helped carry "Metal Health" to the top of Billboard Music Charts pop album charts, making it the first heavy metal album to ever reach #1.

A #1 album and a top 5 single was unheard of for a heavy metal band in 1983. The "Metal Health" album also displaced Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album from #1. "Metal Health" paved the way for a new, stronger commercial viability for heavy metal.

The group's follow-up, "Condition Critical," was a relative disappointment critically and commercially, selling only 3 million units. This release included yet another Slade cover (the single, "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" - a UK chart topper for Slade) and numerous musical and lyrical nods to the aforementioned act; whether this was a decision made the band or their producer is still subject to debate as evidenced in their VH1 "Behind The Music" documentary.

This led to Sarzo quitting the group in 1985. The bass slot in Quiet Riot was filled by Chuck Wright. Next, the band released "QRIII" in 1986, another commercial failure. Fed up with DuBrow's antics, the rest of Quiet Riot fired him from his own band and replaced him with former Rough Cutt vocalist Paul Shortino. Wright was also fired and was replaced by Sean McNabb. The band released "Quiet Riot" in 1988, which was another failure. This 1988 album technically has the same name as their original first album with Randy Rhoads. The band fell apart after a tour that ended in Hawaii in 1989 and DuBrow fought to keep control of the name.

By 1991, tempers had cooled enough for the former bandmates to communicate. DuBrow and Cavazo formed Heat, but eventually switched to Quiet Riot again and released "Terrified" (1993) with Banali and Kenny Hillery (bass). That same year DuBrow released "the Randy Rhoads Years" featuring tracks from Quiet Riot's Columbia albums and some previously unreleased material (many of which featured newly recorded vocals). Hillary left in 1995 and committed suicide on June 5, 1996; Wright rejoined Quiet Riot to play bass. The band released "Down to the Bone" that same year. The following year (1996), the band released a "Greatest Hits" album, which included nothing from the original two Rhoads albums and nothing from the two 90's albums, but did have a few tracks from the 1988 Shortino album. After that, Rudy Sarzo joined up again in 1997, and the band began touring.

The tour was not successful, and the band was arrested several times; one angry fan sued DuBrow for injuries sustained during a show. The group still managed to release "Alive and Well" in 1999 which featured new songs and several rerecorded hits. They followed this up with "Guilty Pleasures" in 2001.

Quiet Riot officially broke up in February 2003, and Sarzo joined Dio in the following year. However, they reunited in 2005 with the line-up being made up of DuBrow, Banali, Wright, and guitarist Alex Grossi. The band joined the Rock Never Stops Tour in 2005 with Cinderella, Ratt, and Firehouse.

Arena Rock/AOR (1970s), Heavy/Glam Metal, Hard Rock (1980s-present)

Life, partying, love, metal, society

United States of America (Los Angeles, California), formed in 1975

Chavis Records


Kevin DuBrow - Vocals (ex-Hear 'n Aid)
Frankie Banali - Drums (ex-W.A.S.P., ex-Hear 'n Aid, Heavy Bones, and Masi, Blackthorne)

Chuck Wright - Live Bass (Impellitteri, ex-Snow (US), Blackthorne)
Alex Grossi - Live Guitars

Paul Shortino (ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Rough Cutt)

Randy Rhoads (ex-Ozzy Osbourne) (R.I.P. - plane crash)
Carlos Cavazo (Snow (US), Power Project, Hear 'n Aid)
Tracii Guns (L.A. Guns, Guns N' Roses, Brides Of Destruction)
Billy Morris (touring member)
Greg Leon (Sweet 19, Invasion, Dokken (tour guitarist))
Neil Citron

Kenny Hillary (R.I.P. 5th June 1996, Suicide)
Rudy Sarzo (ex-Ozzy Osbourne, Hear 'n Aid, M.A.R.S., ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Dio, Whitesnake, Manic Eden, Dudes of Wrath)
Wayne Carver
Tony Cavazo (Snow (US), Hurricane (US), Dangerface)
Kjell Benner (ex-Slik Helvetika, Skull (US), ex-Destroyer (US))
Kelly Garni
Sean McNabb (Great White, Rough Cutt, House of Lords)
Tony Franklin - Session (Audiovision, Derek Sherinian, Marco Ferrigno, Munetaka Higuchi, Erik Norlander,Project Steiger,The Cage, Sir Lord Baltimore, The Firm, David Gilmour, Kate Bush, Whitesnake, Blue Murder, Roy Harper, Donna Lewis, Banyan (Stephen Perkins), Glenn Hughes, Simon Phillips, Terry Bozzio, Gregg Bissonette, Robbie Krieger (The Doors), Pat Travers, Gary Hoey, Kelly Keeling, Doug Aldrich, Warren DeMartini, Steve Fister, Scott Kail, Lana Lane)

Drew Forsyth
Robert "Bobby" Rondinelli, (ex-Rainbow, Sun Red Sun, ex-Doro, ex-Black Sabbath, ex-Scorpions, guest, ex-Riot, Warlock (Ger), Blue Öyster Cult, The Lizards), drums on " Terrified".

Other instruments:
John Purdell - keyboard
Michael Fell - harmonica
Bob Carpenter - organ


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