QUIET RIOT: Free Ringtones Available
DADAmobile is offering the following ten QUIET RIOT ringtones free of charge by clicking here:
01. Cum On Feel the Noize
02. Condition Critical
03. Red Alert
04. Sign of the Times
05. Stay with Me Tonight
06. Love's a Bitch
07. Gonna Have a Riot
08. Alive and Well
09. Don't Wanna Let You Go
QUIET RIOT's latest album, "Rehab", was issued in the United States in early October via Chavis Records. The European release was handled by the U.K.-based Demolition Records.
For the new recordings, Kevin DuBrow (vocals) and Frankie Banali (drums) were joined by Tony Franklin on bass (ex-THE FIRM and BLUE MURDER), session guitarist Neil Citron, and the voice of rock, Glenn Hughes (ex-DEEP PURPLE and BLACK SABBATH), who performed a vocal duet with Kevin DuBrow on the classic 1969 SPOOKY TOOTH song "Evil Woman" and also contributed the bass track for that song as well.
QUIET RIOT original members DuBrow and Banali recently reunited with Alex Grossi (guitar) and Chuck Wright (bass) to tour worldwide in support of the "Rehab" release.
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