History Music / QuietRiot

15th Mar '17 3:02:01 PM SnowHesher
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* {{Dystopia}}: The music video for "The Wild and the Young" depicts a dystopian future where Rock music has been outlawed.

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* {{Dystopia}}: The music video for "The Wild and the Young" depicts a dystopian future where Rock music has been outlawed. True to the genre, it has a DownerEnding where all of the rockers are lined up against a wall and executed via firing squad.
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"
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