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K Is For Krazy

One thing that really bugs me is when marketers think it’s charming to misspell things on purpose.

I’ve been to small towns who have sidewalk Krazy Days.  223 more words

My Quirks

Rudy Sarzo recalls the buzz of Quiet Riot opening Heavy Metal Day at the US Festival in '83

By Steve Newton

As I mentioned in a post a couple of weeks ago, I got to interview hard rock/metal bass god Rudy Sarzo in Vancouver back in August of 1983. 73 more words

Heavy Metal

Going Off The Rails: 10 Facts About the Birth of Ozzy’s Crazy Train

Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train” is arguably one of the most popular and evocative heavy metal songs of the early 1980s, if not all time. And one that inspired millions of teenagers across the globe to shake their fists in the air and scream about going off the rails. 730 more words

Musician Profiles

Rudy Sarzo talks Ozzy Osbourne and Randy Rhoads while Quiet Riot storms the charts

By Steve Newton

One day back in the summer of ’83 I stopped by the Vancouver offices of CBS Records and did an interview with Rudy Sarzo, who was one of the top hard rock/metal bassists around at the time. 105 more words

Heavy Metal

Quiet Riot past, present and future

Well now you’re here, there’s no way back, Indie, 2014.

I’ve been hearing for years about Frankie Banali and how he was working on a documentary on the band. 748 more words

Music Reviews

song of the day - “Run Runaway” | SLADE | 1984.

When Slade’s “Run Runaway” was released in early 1984, I fell in love with it instantly, especially the 5-minute album version, and that prompted me to purchase the parent album, KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF MY POWER SUPPLY, which also housed the follow-up hit ballad, “My Oh My.” 242 more words