Rehab cd cover

Quiet Riot

Rehab

Quiet Riot has an identity crisis. They've completely changed styles to become more seventies jam band than party rock band. Dubrow's voice isn't that suited to this stuff. There's some good songs but they sound out of place with him singing them. johnk5150

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Track Listing

  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

BAND MEMBERS & GUests

VOCALS: Kevin Dubrow
GUITAR: Neil Citron
BASS: Tony Franklin
DRUMS: Frankie Banali
GUESTS: Glenn Hughes

RECORDING INFORMATION

LABEL: Chavis Records
PRODUCED BY: Kevin Dubrow
Frankie Banali
RELEASE YEAR: 2006
“"In days of decision with conflict and visions,they burns a star Look to the sky for the answers that you need to know Start once again,rejecting all trends knowing who you are Your heart is renewed with the spirit that soon takes control...."”