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Rehab

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Free
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Blind Faith
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South Of Heaven
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Black Reign
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Old Habits Die Hard
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Strange Daze
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In Harms Way
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Beggars And Thieves
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Don't Think
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It Sucks To Be You
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Evil Woman
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 57:41

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Rehab

Joker23

Saw the documentary labeled "Quiet Riot: NowYour'e Here There's No Way Back" and it brought back memories. Sad to have lost Kevin Dubrow as he was one of the best lead men in any band. Although he was shunned back in the 80's for speaking his mind about all the bandwagon jumpers that flowed through after they opened the doors to all hair metal bands. They did not receive enough credit for it and the sham we know as "the grammies" have done their best to not acknowledge them as the ones who created the hair metal explosion.

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Bluesy inferno

Yamizakisnake

This is not a hair metal album per se, but who cares? This album is fun to listen to. There is no "too serious" tone to it even though some serious subject matter is in the lyrics. It is fun, and despite what some metal snobs may say, is the very way it was meant to be.

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Goodbye to a great singer

uknohoo

We'll all miss you Kevin!

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Wow, really this is great!

OrkyDoc

I mean WOW! This is NOT like Quiet Riot that has come before it. It's not like they're playing disco or country music or something - it's still hard rock. But it does not sound like any other Quiet Riot album before it. This is good, I like bands that take some sort of musical experiment, but don't stray too far that they're unrecognizable. - a good, solid album. So Cum on and feel the noize and Bang your head!

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New Great sound~~

EMUSIC-Sebastian

It's really great to hear something new from Kevin & Frankie. This is without a doubt a great new direction for them and with some solid songwriting. Bummer not to have Carlos on the cd but this is still great. Any real Quiet Riot fan will eat this up! Evil Woman is awesome & great to hear Glenn Hughes!!! Just download the whole thing. Good job guys!! Rock the house!!

They Say All Music Guide

It’s become increasingly difficult to keep track of all the different lineup switches that have occurred in Quiet Riot over the years, with the speed of guitarists and bassists coming and going only increasing by the early 21st century. As of their 2006 release, Rehab, the most familiar bandmembers include singer Kevin DuBrow and drummer Frankie Banali, who are now joined by guitarist Neil Citron and bassist Tony Franklin. Despite the constant lineup fluctuation, the group’s anthemic, party hearty metal style still remains. Album opener “Free” shows that DuBrow’s voice still sounds identical to the group’s Metal Health days, “South of Heaven” has an unmistakable Zeppelin-esque flair, while ex-Deep Purple member Glenn Hughes lends a hand in the songwriting and backing vocals on a few tracks. From front to back, all the trademark Quiet Riot elements remain in place on Rehab. – Greg Prato

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