QUIET RIOT Concert From 1989 Coming To DVD

September 22, 2004

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that a concert DVD from the late '80s version of QUIET RIOT will be released on November 16 via Music Video Distributors and 2RS Studios. "Quiet Riot: '89 Live In Japan" hails from the days when original singer Kevin DuBrow was out of the band after quitting in 1987 and being replaced by Paul Shortino (ROUGH CUTT). The concert includes QUIET RIOT favorites such as "King Of The Hill" and the group's hit cover of SLADE's "Cum On Feel The Noize", while the DVD includes a bonus video for the song "Stay With Me Tonight".

QUIET RIOT had actually disbanded in 1988 but got together again for some Japanese dates, at which the DVD was filmed. DuBrow rejoined the band in 1990 and continued with it until September 2003, when the band officially called it a day.

"Quiet Riot: '89 Live In Japan" track listing:

01. Party All Night
02. I'm Falling
03. Stay With Me Tonight
04. Run To You
05. The Wild And The Young
06. The Joker
07. Coppin' A Feel
08. King Of The Hill
09. Cum On Feel The Noize
10. Stay With Me Tonight (bonus video)

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