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3rd Jul '16 10:50:20 AM gwarnage
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* GodzillaThreshold: Taken literally. At the end of the music video for their cover of "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", one of the guys in the auditorium throws a flag at the screen, and a giant version of Kevin Dubrow comes out and wrecks the auditorium before being encountered by a giant version of the Man with the Metal Mask, who is then put on a stretcher and examined.

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* GodzillaThreshold: Taken literally. At the end of the music video for their cover of "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", one of the guys in the auditorium throws a flag at the screen, and a giant version of Kevin Dubrow Du-Brow comes out and wrecks the auditorium before being encountered by a giant version of the Man with the Metal Mask, who is then put on a stretcher and examined.
3rd Jul '16 10:49:45 AM gwarnage
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* GodzillaThreshold: Taken literally. At the end of the music video for their cover of "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", one of the guys in the auditorium throws a flag at the screen, and a giant version of Kevin DuBrow comes out and wrecks the auditorium before being encountered by a giant version of the Man with the Metal Mask, who is then put on a stretcher and examined.

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* GodzillaThreshold: Taken literally. At the end of the music video for their cover of "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", one of the guys in the auditorium throws a flag at the screen, and a giant version of Kevin DuBrow Dubrow comes out and wrecks the auditorium before being encountered by a giant version of the Man with the Metal Mask, who is then put on a stretcher and examined.
3rd Jul '16 10:44:36 AM gwarnage
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* GodzillaThreshold: Taken literally. At the end of the music video for their cover of "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", one of the guys in the auditorium throws a flag at the screen, and a giant version of Kevin DuBrow comes out and wrecks the auditorium before being encountered by a giant version of the Man with the Metal Mask, who is then put on a stretcher and examined.
30th Jun '16 2:14:10 PM vexer
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* PowerBallad: "Don't Wanna Let You Go"

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* PowerBallad: "Don't Wanna Let You Go"Go", "Thunderbird", "Still of the Night", "Twilight Hotel"
16th Aug '15 12:47:00 PM Shedlessguy
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* ''Quiet Riot 10'' (2014)
30th Jul '15 7:48:10 AM DemonSharkKisame
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* [[AuthorExistenceFailure Artist Existence Failure]]: The band broke up after lead singer Kevin Dubrow died of alcohol poisoning in 2006.
30th Apr '15 5:24:36 PM BDF5000
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* [[AuthorExistenceFailure Artist Existence Failure]]: The band broke up after lead singer Kevin Dubrow died of alcohol poisoning in 2006.
5th Oct '14 3:37:49 AM m8e
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A Los Angeles-based rock band formed in 1975. They are generally credited with introducing Music/HeavyMetal to American audiences with the album ''Metal Health'' in the early 1980s. Often classified as HairMetal, their earlier albums in fact bear more resemblance to the blues-metal of Music/{{ACDC}}; later albums tend to sound like Music/{{Aerosmith}}.

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A Los Angeles-based rock band formed in 1975. They are generally credited with introducing Music/HeavyMetal HeavyMetal to American audiences with the album ''Metal Health'' in the early 1980s. Often classified as HairMetal, their earlier albums in fact bear more resemblance to the blues-metal of Music/{{ACDC}}; later albums tend to sound like Music/{{Aerosmith}}.
10th Sep '13 10:13:05 PM JIKTV
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* AxeCrazy: The VillainProtagonist of "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" describes himself as almost literally this in the opening lines of the song.

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* AxeCrazy: AxCrazy: The VillainProtagonist of "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" describes himself as almost literally this in the opening lines of the song.



* CoverVersion: Of Slade's "Cum on Feel the Noize" and "Mama Weer All Crazee Now".

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* CoverVersion: Of Slade's "Cum on Feel the Noize" and "Mama Weer All Crazee Now".Now," "(We Were) Born to Rock"
** Music/TheSmallFaces' "Tin Soldier," on their [[UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} Japan]]-only 1977 [[SelfTitledAlbum Self-Titled]] debut album.
** The Small Faces' "Afterglow," on ''Quiet Riot II'', which was also only released in Japan.
** The Small Faces' "Itchycoo Park," on ''Terrified''
** Music/TheKinks' "All Day and All of the Night," on ''Down to the Bone''
** Music/{{ACDC}}'s "Highway to Hell," on ''Alive and Well''
** Spooky Tooth's "Evil Woman," on ''Rehab''
* DaysOfTheWeekSong: "Monday Morning Breakdown," on ''Down to the Bone''


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* GuiltyPleasures: It ''was'' the name of their tenth studio album. [[invoked]]


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* IntercourseWithYou: "Run for Cover"


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* LiveAlbum: ''Live & Rare Volume 1''
* PowerBallad: "Don't Wanna Let You Go"
2nd May '13 10:07:49 PM JIKTV
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A Los Angeles-based rock band formed in 1975. They are generally credited with introducing Music/HeavyMetal to American audiences with the album ''Metal Health'' in the early 1980s. Often classified as HairMetal, their earlier albums in fact bear more resemblance to the blues-metal of {{AC / DC}}; later albums tend to sound like {{Aerosmith}}.

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A Los Angeles-based rock band formed in 1975. They are generally credited with introducing Music/HeavyMetal to American audiences with the album ''Metal Health'' in the early 1980s. Often classified as HairMetal, their earlier albums in fact bear more resemblance to the blues-metal of {{AC / DC}}; Music/{{ACDC}}; later albums tend to sound like {{Aerosmith}}.
Music/{{Aerosmith}}.



* ChristianRock: Parodied in the episode of ''TheSimpsons'' titled "The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star", with Bart, in order to keep him from converting to Roman Catholicism, being taken to a Protestant youth festival where Quiet Riot is appearing under the name "Pious Riot" and performing "Cum on Feel the Noize" as "Cum on Feel the Lord."

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* ChristianRock: Parodied in the episode of ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' titled "The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star", with Bart, in order to keep him from converting to Roman Catholicism, being taken to a Protestant youth festival where Quiet Riot is appearing under the name "Pious Riot" and performing "Cum on Feel the Noize" as "Cum on Feel the Lord."
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