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KEEL STILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO ROCK,
This review is from: Right to Rock (Audio CD)
I bought this on vinyl when it was first released, and as I've been on a
bit of a nostalgia trip of late, decided to get the cd.
It holds up very well and Marc Ferrari's shredding guitar on "Back To The
City " is still amazing.
As this is produced by egomaniac businessman Gene Simmons, there are a couple of songs that sound like they were written for Wendy O Williams,
especially " Get Down".
This album was released five months after Keel's independent debut Lay Down The Law, and features three songs re-recorded from that album ; Speed Demon, You're The Victim, and a cover of the Stone's Let's Spend The Night Together.
I thoroughly recommend both albums as neither have any filler, and they
perfectly encapsulate the mid 80's LA Metal scene.
Keel reformed last year and plan to do more shows, and Ron Keel will
be coming to England in November as special guest to the excellent
Y & T. His set will be accoustic, but if all goes well, he plans to bring the full band back next year, so go along to these shows and claim
your right to rock.