NEWS: Love/Hate’s Jizzy Pearl joins QUIET RIOT as sixth (!) lead singer

JIZZY

According to Blabbermouth:

QUIET RIOT has “amicably” parted ways with singer Scott Vokoun and has replaced him with LOVE/HATE vocalist Jizzy Pearl.  Pearl will make his live debut with QUIET RIOT on New Year’s Eve (December 31) in Flagstaff, Arizona.  QUIET RIOT is currently in the recording studio with Jizzy in preparation for the release of a new album in early 2014.

Five words for you:
CALL IT SOMETHING ELSE, FRANKIE!

This thing called Quiet Riot has jumped the shark .  Put it to bed buddy.

Love,

LeBrain

30 comments

  1. Geez us what’s this I just read!!!
    Seriously that first Love Hate was quite good but man Banali has to let it go…call it sumthin else….
    This is like a joke….but what the hell if they showed up here in Tbay I would check it out..who am I fooling??!
    Ha

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    1. I’m hoping so man. I’m not sure what Jizzy brings to the table, certainly a “name” but his voice is not something I’d describe as Quiet Riot-like. Then again Paul Shortino was awesome in Quiet Riot.

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        1. You know what bothered me Jon? Remember how Shortino was wearing the white hat in that video? My friends and I had NO IDEA WHAT THE GUY LOOKED LIKE. We just knew we liked it!

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        2. Yeah, me too. I remember the first time I saw a pic of the guy. “Aha, that’s how he looks…”.
          Then again, I had seen him in the Spinal Tap movie, but back then I had no clue of who he was.

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  2. Jizzy Pearl also sang with L.A. Guns and Ratt. Enuff already. Frankie Banali is a great drummer, but he shouldn’t have quit WASP in the first place. Quiet Riot died with Kevin DuBrow. Let it rest.

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    1. I like the first Love/Hate, with Blackout in the Red Room and Why Do You Think They Call It Dope. I just don’t hear it with Quiet Riot. When he was in Ratt, sure I could hear that. QR needs a belter.

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      1. I need to say that I think Wasted In American was such an underrated album. Blackout In The Red Room was better, but WIA needs some cred.

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        1. Yup. I dunno if they ever released anything else. Oh yes, Let’s Rumble. Never listened to that one.

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