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Album Review

For those interested in the genre, The Best of Quiet Riot contains all of Quiet Riot's biggest hits, from "Cum On Feel The Noize" to a live version of "Metal Health." While some favorites such as "Winners Take All" are missing, the most enjoyable pop-metal songs produced by Quiet Riot through 1988 all made it to this compilation.

Customer Reviews

Nice Comp.

This is basically "Alive and Well" and "Live and Rare, Vol. 1" combined into one cheap, affordable package. They take a few songs off Alive and Well and put a few songs on Live and Rare. It's good for what it is and is worth it, for the price.

No offense to Quiet Riot but...

Hey, I love these guys but I gotta tell you, they are hardly orginal.. Check out the band "Slade". Slade was an english (UK) glam rock band from the early and mid 1970's. Just about everything Quiet Riot had as a hit was a Slade song. Quite Riot tried to be the American version of Slade. Quiet Riot even ripped off the spelling of the songs using "Z"s just like Slade. Mama Were all Crazee Now.. C*m on Feel The Noize. And more. They are Slade tunes. But not available here on iTunes. Check it for yourself on the Internet. The singer in Quiet Riot trys to sound just like the singer in Slade too!

totally sick

ily this album in rocks out loud


Formed: 1975 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

For a very brief moment, Quiet Riot was a rock & roll phenomenon. Famously described as the first heavy metal band to top the pop chart (a claim that greatly depends on one's exact definition of heavy metal), the Los Angeles quartet became an overnight sensation thanks to their monster 1983 smash album Metal Health. But Quiet Riot's road to success had in fact been long and arduous, and when their star power subsequently began to fade, their fall from grace was ironically accelerated by the man...
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