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The Right to Rock

Keel

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
March 26th, 1985
Label:
Gold Mountain Records
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 73%)
1. The Right to Rock 03:35   Show lyrics
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2. Back to the City 03:47   Show lyrics
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3. Let's Spend the Night Together (The Rolling Stones cover) 03:41   Show lyrics
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4. Easier Said Than Done 03:25  
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5. So Many Girls, So Little Time 03:15   Show lyrics
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6. Electric Love 04:05  
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7. Speed Demon 03:39   Show lyrics
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8. Get Down 05:02  
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9. You're the Victim (I'm the Crime) 02:57  
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Band members
Ron Keel Vocals (lead), Guitars
Marc Ferrari Guitars, Vocals
Bryan Jay Guitars, Vocals
Dwain Miller Drums, Vocals
Kenny Chaisson Bass, Vocals
Steve Riley Drums (additional), Vocals
Miscellaneous staff
Gene Simmons Producer
Ron Keel Vocals (lead), Guitars
Marc Ferrari Guitars, Vocals
Bryan Jay Guitars, Vocals
Dwain Miller Drums, Vocals
Kenny Chaisson Bass, Vocals
Steve Riley Drums (additional), Vocals
Gene Simmons Producer
Read The Best Thing Keel Ever... 85% Kit_Atemus March 19th, 2005
Read Ugh... 60% Snxke July 6th, 2004
Catalogue # MCA 5726

Track 9 is a re-titled version of "Tonight You're Mine" from the Lay Down the Law album.

A music video was made for the song "The Right to Rock".

Reissued by Metal Mayhem Music in 2000 with the bonus track:
10. Easier Said than Done (Remix) (03:21)

Reissued by Frontiers Records on January 29th 2010 as a 25th anniversary edition remastered with the same bonus track as the 2000 reissue plus one more:
11. The Right to Rock (Reunion Version) (03:55)
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