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9 thoughts on “ Waiting For The Taking - Riot (4) - Narita (CD, Album)

  1. New York's Riot is unfortunate representative of a "lost generation" of American hard rock bands. Formed in the late '70s, when widespread record industry recession conspired with disco's airwave domination and headline-grabbing (but little-album-selling) punk rock to drive even some of the decade's most successful heavyweight dinosaurs (Black Sabbath, Kiss, etc.) to the brink of extinction 7/
  2. Oct 01,  · Narita is the second album by the New York City heavy metal band Riot. The album was initially released only in Japan, and was available only as an import in the USA until its American release in October It became out of print in the late s and was only being pressed in CD format in Japan in until the early s/5(7).
  3. Riot - Narita (Capitol) 1. "Waiting for the Taking" () 2. "49er" () 3. "Kick Down the Wall" () the forgotten Tony Moore-era Riot album. "Privilege of Power" isn't anywhere near as heavy and powerful as "Thundersteel" but is a good album nonetheless. Mark Reale passed away in January after a lifelong bout with.
  4. Narita is the second album by the New York City heavy metal band Riot. The album was initially released only in Japan, and was available only as an import in the USA until its American release in October It became out of print in the late s and was only being pressed in CD format in Japan in until the early exanalbazose.uwhadritiretelymsatetharmapa.infoinfo: Heavy metal.
  5. Waiting for the Taking Lyrics: So you think you been workin' hard / Givin' it all that you can / And nothin' seems to make it better / You're gonna scratch it for a whole new plan / Street life.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Riot - Narita at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Riot collection/5().
  7. Disc 6 the Donington one sounds pretty decent, some of these tracks appeared on the Riot Live CD though (not to be confused with the Riot Live E.P. with Rhett Forrester same sleeve near enough), and I have to say they sound better there, but I think there are some issues with the source of the gigs on the Riot Live CD, again Angel is faded /5(16).
  8. 'Waiting For The Taking' opens the album breezily, though it isn't the best track by any means. Vocalist Guy Speranza establishes his high register, which is the only way he can be heard above the buzzing twin guitars and brutal rhythm section. '49er' kicks harder, followed by the aptly-named 'Kick Down The Wall,' a resolutely defiant highlight/5(70).

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