Posts tagged Twisted Sister

Twisted Sister, ‘Armoury Classics’ Reissue – Album Review

May 21, 2014
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Twisted Sister have rarely showed any concern for special occasions; fittingly, the same applies to the three album reissues which comprise the new compilation from Armoury Records. The three disc set compiles a number of the band’s most readily known anthems spanning across 1983’s ‘You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll,’ 1985’s ‘Come Out and Play,’ and 1987’s ‘Love Is for Suckers.’

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Twisted Sister’s Jay Jay French Says There’s “No Reason” For New Studio Album

May 4, 2014
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It’s been more than twenty years since the release of Twisted Sister’s last studio album of all-original material, however guitarist Jay Jay French says there’s no longer any point in recording. In a recent interview with Full Throttle Rock, French describes the idea behind working on new material as an “old-school idea,” and doubts if Twisted Sister will ever record again.

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Twisted Sister to Release New Three Album Compilation

March 4, 2014
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Three classic Twisted Sister studio album will soon be made available for fans to purchase in one set. As part of the label’s Armoury Classics series, Armoury Records will be releasing ‘You Can’t Stop Rock ‘N’ Roll,’ ‘Come Out and Play’ and ‘Love Is for Suckers’ in one collection. The pressing will be made available in a three disc set, and is currently slated for release on March 18th, 2014.

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Various Artists, ‘Going to Hell: A Tribute to Alice Cooper’ – Album Review

March 19, 2013
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a dizzying list of iconic rockers come to pay homage to this tempestuous musician in ‘Going To Hell: A Tribute To Alice Cooper’. The combinations of musicians across the entire rock spectrum that come together on this album never ceases to amaze. Take for example “School’s Out”, which is revamped by Dave Mustaine and Marty Friedman from Megadeth, as well as Eric Singer of Kiss on drums.

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