QUIET RIOT: Photos From MONTERREY METAL FEST Posted Online
QUIET RIOT drummer Frankie Banali has posted several photos from the group's appearance at the Monterrey Metal Fest on November 13, 2004 at the Coca Cola Auditorium in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Also appearing on the bill were TWISTED SISTER, DIO, DOKKEN, SHAMAN and HATEBREED, among other acts. Check out the pictures at this location.
As previously reported, QUIET RIOT will be releasing a live CD, entitled "Quiet Riot Live & Rare - Vol. 1", on January 18, 2005, through Cleopatra/Deadline Records.
The material is a compilation of live recordings from various concert performances during their 1983 "Metal Health" and 1984 "Condition Critical" world tours. There are also three rare original and previously unreleased studio demo tracks recorded in 1981, which were later re-recorded and appeared on the group's debut record "Metal Health".
Included in this release are live versions of two rarely heard QUIET RIOT songs — "Danger Zone" which was part of the group's live set for a short time and recorded for the "Metal Health" record but never completed, and "Gonna Have A Riot", originally a Randy Rhoads-era QUIET RIOT track, which was also part of the band's 1983 shows.
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