QUIET RIOT Announce U.K. Tour Dates; 'Live & Rare' Samples Posted Online

QUIET RIOT will commence their 2005 world tour in England, where the group has not performed in twenty years, with the following dates:

Feb. 11 - Bradford, UK - Rio
Feb. 12 - London, UK - The Underworld
Feb. 13 - Nottingham, UK - Rock City
Feb. 14 - Dudley, UK - Jb's

Additional tour dates for Europe will be announced shortly.

Three MP3 music files have been made available from the "Quiet Riot Live & Rare - Vol. 1" CD which will be released on Cleopatra/Deadline Records on January 4, 2005. MP3 downloads are now available at this location.

Songs available for download include "Metal Health (Bang Your Head)" and "Condition Critical", both recorded live in 1984, as well as the studio demo of "Thunderbird", which was recorded by Kevin DuBrow and Frankie Banali along with Chuck Wright (bass) and Bob Steffan (guitar) in 1981.


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