Battle Axe - Quiet Riot - Metal Health (CD, Album)

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  1. Representing the American side of things heavy metal in is Quiet Riot’s Metal Health. This saw the band without prized guitarist Randy Rhoads in the lineup and is replaced by Carlos Cavazo. This sees Quiet Riot touch a bit of hair metal territory for the record, although they stayed true to the whole heavy metal ensemble quite well.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Metal Health [Clean] by Quiet Riot Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Though it has received its fair share of criticism, Metal Health isn't nearly as average as some would have you believe. Say what you will, but the album's title track continues to deliver after all these years. With its crushing guitar riff, inane lyrics, and goofy bravado, it's heavy metal personified in all its glorious, ridiculous excess.8/
  4. Battle Axe: 9. Let's Get Crazy: If you notice that a particular Quiet Riot CD release or compilation is missing from the list above, And about metal health being the best metal album of all time,i might be wrong but thats my opinion anyway!peace.. From: Rockhead: Date: May
  5. Metal Health was one of the Defining albums of the Hair Metal 80's, though at the time() The Term had not been Invented. The Album was the Right Album At the Right Time. The American Counterpart to Def Leppards Pyromania in my opinion. The Title Track, Come on Feel The Noise(Thank You Slade) and Don't Wanna let You Go Are All Classics/5().
  6. Quiet Riot-Metal Health is a great early metal album full of hard riffs, and head banging. How about you pop it in and relive how it all began, the days when metal was invented, then how about you thank these guys for how much they contributed.
  7. One other standout on the album is "Bass Case", a one minute bass solo that basically lets Chuck Wright show off what he can do. It's similar in that respect to Cavazo's "Battle-Axe" from Metal Health. And whilst QR III perhaps doesn't carry as many standout tracks as Metal Health did, it's probably a better attempt than Condition Critical was.
  8. Battle Axe This song is by Quiet Riot and appears on the album Metal Health (). You must enable javascript to view this page. This is a requirement of our licensing agreement with music Gracenote.

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