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!!Current Lineup:
* Jizzy Pearl: Lead Vocals
* Alex Grossi: Lead Guitar
* Chuck Wright: Bass Guitar
* Frankie Banali: Drums




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* ''Road Rage'' (2017)
* ''Hollywood Cowboys'' (2019)


* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: When Randy left, they replaced him with Carlos Cavazo, another blond, rail-thin California guitar virtuoso.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: When Randy left, they replaced him with Carlos Cavazo, another blond, rail-thin California guitar virtuoso.virtuoso with an AlliterativeName.


* CoverVersion: Of Slade's "Cum on Feel the Noize" and "Mama Weer All Crazee Now," "(We Were) Born to Rock"

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* CoverVersion: Of Slade's {{Music/Slade}}'s "Cum on Feel the Noize" and "Mama Weer All Crazee Now," "(We Were) Born to Rock"


* DarkerandEdgier: ''Terrified'' and ''Down to the Bone'' are this due to the lack of keyboards and a rawer production sound.

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* DarkerandEdgier: DarkerAndEdgier: ''Terrified'' and ''Down to the Bone'' are this due to the lack of keyboards and a rawer production sound.

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* DarkerandEdgier: ''Terrified'' and ''Down to the Bone'' are this due to the lack of keyboards and a rawer production sound.


* DudeLooksLikeALady: Randy Rhoads was this during his time with Quiet Riot due to his long blond hairstyle and 5'7/105 pound frame. Rudy Sarzo would say that during his short time with Randy before Randy's departure for Ozzy's band (although Rudy would reunite with Randy in Ozzy's band before eventually returning to Quiet Riot following Randy's death), when he and Randy went clothes shopping, they went to women's stores for Randy's clothes due to not finding the right size at men's stores. The fact that Randy also cited David Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson as a visual influence also helped.

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* DudeLooksLikeALady: Randy Rhoads was this during his time with Quiet Riot due to his long blond hairstyle and 5'7/105 pound frame. Rudy Sarzo would say that during his short time with Randy before Randy's departure for Ozzy's band (although Rudy would reunite with Randy in Ozzy's band before eventually returning to Quiet Riot following Randy's death), when he and Randy went clothes shopping, they went to women's stores for Randy's clothes due to not finding the right size at men's stores. The fact that Randy also cited David Bowie Music/DavidBowie guitarist Mick Ronson as a visual influence also helped.


* Rudy Sarzo: Bass Guitar

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* [[Music/RonnieJamesDio Rudy Sarzo: Sarzo]]: Bass Guitar


-> ''"Metal health'll drive you mad!"''

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-> ''"Metal ''"Bang your head! Metal health'll drive you mad!"''


A Los Angeles-based rock band formed in 1975. They are generally credited with introducing 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 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}}.
Music/{{Aerosmith}}. It is notable for being the first band of Randy Rhoads, of Music/OzzyOsbourne fame.

!!Original Lineup:
* Kevin Dubrow: Lead Vocals
* Randy Rhoads: Lead Guitar
* Kelly Garni: Bass Guitar
* Drew Forsyth: Drums

!!Classic Lineup:
* Kevin Dubrow: Lead Vocals
* Carlos Cavazo: Lead Guitar
* Rudy Sarzo: Bass Guitar
* Frankie Banali: Drums


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* EgocentricTeamNaming: Between Randy leaving up until Metal Health the band was renamed Dubrow, after the vocalist.


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* IAmTheBand: Kevin Dubrow, and in the early years Randy Rhoads.


* TheBigGuy: Kevin Dubrow. Watching the band he looked to be about a full head taller than the rest of the band!



* CarefulWithThatAxe: Dubrow knew how to wail. Case in point; the song Condition Critical has him reaching a ''C6'' in full voice.



* Keet: Kevin Dubrow!, just look at any live performance!



* MetalScream: Oh yeah!
* NoIndoorVoice: Kevin Dubrow!



* SelfTitledAlbum

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* SelfTitledAlbumSelfTitledAlbum: They have quite a few, some numbered, some not
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: When Randy left, they replaced him with Carlos Cavazo, another blond, rail-thin California guitar virtuoso.


* {{Metalhead}}: "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" (if the title was not blatant enough) is all about encouraging one to be a headbanger.

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* {{Metalhead}}: If the title was not blatant enough, "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" (if the title was not blatant enough) is all about encouraging one to be a headbanger.

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* {{Metalhead}}: "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" (if the title was not blatant enough) is all about encouraging one to be a headbanger.

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* DudeLooksLikeALady: Randy Rhoads was this during his time with Quiet Riot due to his long blond hairstyle and 5'7/105 pound frame. Rudy Sarzo would say that during his short time with Randy before Randy's departure for Ozzy's band (although Rudy would reunite with Randy in Ozzy's band before eventually returning to Quiet Riot following Randy's death), when he and Randy went clothes shopping, they went to women's stores for Randy's clothes due to not finding the right size at men's stores. The fact that Randy also cited David Bowie guitarist Mick Ronson as a visual influence also helped.


* {{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.


* 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.

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