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This Is '80s Hair Metal
     

This Is '80s Hair Metal

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An odd three-disc set from Deadline, This Is '80s Hair Metal isn't nearly as definitive as its title implies. Subtitled "Studio Fuelled," the first disc in the set features what must be re-recordings -- Quiet Riot's "Cum on Feel the Noize," Warrant's "Cherry Pie,"

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An odd three-disc set from Deadline, This Is '80s Hair Metal isn't nearly as definitive as its title implies. Subtitled "Studio Fuelled," the first disc in the set features what must be re-recordings -- Quiet Riot's "Cum on Feel the Noize," Warrant's "Cherry Pie," the Bulletboys' "Smooth Up," and Pretty Boy Floyd's "Leather Boyz With Electric Toyz" are featured; honestly, some die-hard fans might prefer these mostly beefy and energetic newer versions over the originals, since the production values on some of the originals haven't aged well. The second disc, subtitled "Live and Dangerous," is all live, including performances from the likes of Cinderella, Lita Ford, Dangerous Toys, L.A. Guns, Great White, and Saigon Kick; they're of no known origin, and the sound quality is all over the place, while the venues seem to range from packed auditoriums to grubby sheds. The third disc is a mixed bag of ballads, most of which are also re-recordings of the originals; a good chunk of the content on this disc is live as well. Though the set will be enjoyable for some, the packaging loses points for being so misleading.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/10/2003
Label:
Cleopatra
UPC:
0741157129625
catalogNumber:
1296
Rank:
30518

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Technical Credits

John Doe   Composer
Lita Ford   Composer
Junkyard   Composer
Michael Monroe   Composer
Ozzy Osbourne   Composer
Jimmy Page   Composer
Robert Plant   Composer
David Lee Roth   Composer
Bang Tango   Composer
Dangerous Toys   Composer
Carmine Appice   Composer
Brad Gillis   Composer
Ian Astbury   Composer
Jack Blades   Composer
Vito Bratta   Composer
John Corabi   Composer
Mick Cripps   Composer
Jerry Dixon   Composer
Billy Duffy   Composer
Tracii Guns   Composer
Kelly Hansen   Composer
Steve Harris   Composer
Noddy Holder   Composer
Kelly Keagy   Composer
Tom Keifer   Composer
Tigg Ketler   Composer
Rock Killough   Composer
Bruce Kulick   Composer
Jani Lane   Composer
Jim Lea   Composer
Joe Lesté   Composer
David Michael Phillips   Composer
Bret Michaels   Composer
Joe Pusateri   Composer
Steve Riley   Composer
Fernie Rod   Composer
Billy Rowe   Composer
Jay Schellen   Composer
Greg Steele   Composer
Steve Summers   Composer
Ron Tostenson   Composer
Mike Tramp   Composer
Steven Tyler   Composer
Eddie Van Halen   Composer
Alex Van Halen   Composer
Lonnie Vencent   Composer
Kip Winger   Composer
Bobby Dall   Composer
C.C. DeVille   Composer
Rikki Rockett   Composer
Crips   Composer
Taime Downe   Composer
Karl Kane   Composer
Kristy Krash Majors   Composer
Kelly Nickels   Composer
Micky Finn   Composer
Mick Smiley   Composer
Erik Turner   Composer
Philip Lewis   Composer
Michael Anthony   Composer
Dave Tedder   Liner Notes
Paul Black   Composer
Jamie Blake   Composer

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This Is '80s Hair Metal 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of those cd collections that looks good on paper but when you hear some of your favorite songs butchered, well it hurts. The sound is sometimes good and if you are looking for originals, it would be best to find another company that offers better quality. Some songs are grittier and heavier but it should be noted that these songs are not the originals. Also there is a dance techno mix of Faster Pussycat- House Of Pain on the 3rd disc. It is a decent cd if you want something different from the originals. The 3rd disc is the best but not the Faster Pussycat song. The title of this cd collection should have been THIS IS 80'S HAIR METAL REDONE. The lack of Scorpions, AC/DC, Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Faith No More, Motley Crue, Tesla, Aerosmith, Whitesnake, Ozzy, Mr Big, a true Poison song, Van Halen, Trixter, Danger Danger, Every Mother's Nightmare, Bon Jovi, Kiss and every other one hit wonder band.