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The 14th studio album from the enduring hard rock/glam metal survivors is their follow-up to 2017's Road Rage. It is their second and final album to feature former American Idol contestant James Durbin on vocals, as he left the band shortly before its release. He was replaced by their returning former singer Jizzy Pearl. Featuring the single "Don't Call It Love," the album features another dose of the band's bluesy, chugging hard rock with raw, unpolished production. ~ John D. Buchanan

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1
Don't Call It Love 00:04:05

Quiet Riot, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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In the Blood 00:03:28

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Heartbreak City 00:04:15

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The Devil That You Know 00:02:40

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Change or Die 00:03:23

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Roll On 00:05:54

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Insanity 00:04:44

Quiet Riot, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Hellbender 00:03:20

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Wild Horses 00:03:10

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Holding On 00:04:23

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Last Outcast 00:02:35

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(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

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Arrows and Angels 00:02:56

Quiet Riot, MainArtist

(C) 2019 Frontiers Records (P) 2019 Frontiers Records

Album Description

The 14th studio album from the enduring hard rock/glam metal survivors is their follow-up to 2017's Road Rage. It is their second and final album to feature former American Idol contestant James Durbin on vocals, as he left the band shortly before its release. He was replaced by their returning former singer Jizzy Pearl. Featuring the single "Don't Call It Love," the album features another dose of the band's bluesy, chugging hard rock with raw, unpolished production. ~ John D. Buchanan

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