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BREAKING NEWS: We are pleased to announce that Quiet Riot are back on November 8, 2019 with a new studio album "Hollywood Cowboys"! Album cover and tracklisting below. More info, first single, and pre-orders coming soon....

Tracklist:
1. Don’t Call It Love
2. In The Blood
3. Heartbreak City
4. The Devil That You Know
5. Change Or Die
6. Roll On
7. Insanity
8. Hellbender
9. Wild Horses
10. Holding On
11. Last Outcast
12. Arrows And Angels

Line-up:
Frankie Banali - drums
Alex Grossi - guitars
Chuck Wright – bass guitar
James Durbin - vocals

 

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Like the last one, I won't be buying this, but one thing I will say is that cover looks awfully cheap and tacky.

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27 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

Like the last one, I won't be buying this, but one thing I will say is that cover looks awfully cheap and tacky.

My Thoughts exactly  :)

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:eek::poop:

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Yikes.  Automatic no purchase here.

What a terrible cover....

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Give it up Frankie..... nobody wants to hear this shit dude!

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It is interesting imagery on the cover. I'm guessing they're Red Dead Redemption fans. At least the Hockey mask makes an appearance. 

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This album cover has been universally hated everywhere that I follow music online. I agree that there's something kind of goofy about it. Having said that, I can't quite put my finger on what is so especially bad about it. It's not legendary artwork, but it's certainly a competent drawing of a Wild West scene. It's colorful, but I wouldn't say excessively so. It incorporates the classic Quiet Riot mask that has been on almost all of their albums. Again, I'm not exactly a lover of this new album cover, but what seems to be making it particularly hated?

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It's simple for me, it looks cheap. Kinda reminds me of a lot of those older indy releases where the artwork was probably done by the drummers younger sister who was paid $5 for her trouble.

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