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Twisted Sister Listening Party

Twisted Sister is on the road, celebrating a big milestone: the 25th anniversary of Stay Hungry.  To mark the occasion, the band will rerelease a deluxe version of the album via Rhino. Today, I'm happy to bring you an exclusive listening party so you can preview many of the songs on the two CD release.

Click here for the exclusive stream.

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From Disc 1 (Entire Album):
Stay Hungry
We're Not Gonna Take It
Burn In Hell
Horror-Teria (The Beginning)
Captain Howdy
Street Justice
I Wanna Rock
The Price
Don't Let Me Down
The Beast

From Disc 2:
Death From Above
We're Not Gonna Take It (Early Demo)

The 25th anniversary Stay Hungry rerelease is out June 30 and yes, you can pre-order the disc.



Reader Comments (5)

Well, I was cynical, but I do think it sounds better. And much as I bought 'Still Hungry', adding solos and generally messing with the songs didn't really work for me.
June 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChristian
I love Twisted Sister, but I gotta say, how many versions of "Stay Hungry" do we need? Isn't this the fourth one? How about a remastered version of "You Can't Stop Rock and Roll." That record was pretty darn good as I recall.

June 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRyo Vie
I'll do ya one better...How about a re-release of Under The Blade using the original Secret Records mix instead of that god-aweful watered down remastering job that's out now?
June 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob
Bob - know you of such a beast ?
June 9, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChristian
Christian, when Under The Blade was released on CD, it was completely remastered by JJ French. Basically, he added a bunch of reverb, and really jacked up the mid range in the guitar tracks. In the process, he destroyed all the raw dirty power of Pete way's original production. I don't think the original mix has ever been released in the USA in any format. I doubt it ever will be because releasing the original mix on CD would be tantamount to admitting that JJ French's remastering job was a bad idea. Thank goodness I still have my original vinyl copy that I bought as an import back in 1982. The original mix is so much better IMHO. the sound is not all clean and sparkly like the remastered version, but in this case that's a good thing. Sometimes, most times, raw is better.
June 10, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob

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