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 Post subject: Randy Rhoads Song Index
PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:20 pm 
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Randy Rhoads Song Index
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By no means is this an "official" list. It is merely a reference tool of my own design from my personal collection.
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Afterglow (of your love) - 1

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Note: Originally recorded by Small Faces on the 1968 record Ogdens Nut Gone Flake.

Afterglow (of your love) - 2

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Acoustic re-mix of the Quiet Riot II original.

All our heroes

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot live recording - 1979

Always on the run - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) take 1 - 1975

Always on the run - 2

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) take 2 - 1975

Always on the run - 3

Source: Unreleased - 1977

Note: Recorded during the Quiet Riot I sessions.

Back to the Coast - 1

Source: Magic Wand e.p. - 1975

Note: I've also heard the Magic Wand e.p. refered to as the CBS demos.

A.k.a. West Coast Tryouts

Back to the Coast - 2

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Believer - 1

Source: Diary of a Madman - 1981

Note: Portions of this appeared in certain live versions of Quiet Riot's: Slick Black Cadillac.

Believer - 2

Source: Tribute - 1981

Breaking up is a Heartache - 1

Source: Unreleased demo - 1979

Note: The solo in this song later appeared in part on the Blizzard of Ozz outtake You looking at me, Looking at You.

Breaking up is a Heartache - 2

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Re-mix from the original demo.

Cash on the line

Source: Unreleased live recording - 1977

A.K.A.: Overline

Children of the Grave

Source: Tribute - 1981

Note: Originally recorded by Black Sabbath on their 1971 record Master of Reality.

Come and Gone

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1975

Crazy Train - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz, also 45prm single, UK and US - 1980

Note: Portions of this appeared in the Quiet Riot song Laughing Gas.

Crazy Train - 2

Source: Tribute - 1981

Crazy Train - 3

Source: Unknown

Note: Dance-mix version with sampled Randy Rhoads guitar and Ozzy Osbourne vocals.

Dead End Kids

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot rehearsal track - 1976

Note: Originally Suicidal Show, rewritten lyrics and a slower tempo, sounds strangely like Picking up the Pieces.

Dee - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz - 1980

Dee (studio outtakes) - 2

Source: Tribute - 1980

Demolition Derby

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Diary of a Madman

Source: Diary of a Madman - 1981

Diary of a Madman pre-release montage

Source: B-side on Flying High Again 12" promotional single. - 1981

Don't you want it back

Source: Violet Fox demo

Note: This is not Randy Rhoads. It has been said that Violet Fox never did any type of studio recordings.

A.k.a.: Don't you want it Black

Eye for an Eye

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Every bit of your Love

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot rehearsal track - 1979

Face to Face

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Fit to be tied - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1975

Fit to be tied - 2

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot demo - 1975

Fit to be tied - 3

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Force of habit - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1975

Force of habit - 2

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot demo - 1976

Force of habit - 3

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Re-mixed and re-mastered version of Force of Habit - 2

Flying High Again - 1

Source: Diary of a Madman, also 7" and 12" singles - 1981

Flying High Again - 2

Source: Tribute - 1981

Get your kicks

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Glad all Over

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Note: Originally recorded by The Dave Clark Five on their 1963 record Glad all Over.

Goodbye to Romance - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz - 1980

Note: Portions of this appeared in the Quiet Riot song Teenage Anthem.

Goodbye to Romance - 2

Source: Tribute - 1980

Good Times

Source: Unreleased live recording - 1978/1979

Note: A staple of their 1979 live show where they showcased drummer Drew Forsythe. This song was originally recorded by The Easybeats on their June 1968 record Vigil. After Mott the Hoople replaced a few members and shortened their name to Mott, they covered this song on the 1976 record Shouting and Pointing. Surfacing later in 1987 by INXS with Jimmy Barnes on the Lost Boys soundtrack.

I don't know - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz - 1980

I don't know - 2

Source: Tribute, B-side to Flying High Again 7" single and B-side to Over the Mountain 7" and 12" singles. - 1981

Inside you - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1977

Note: This particular version is cut from a few different takes.

Inside you - 2

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1977

Inside you - 3

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Iron Man

Source: Tribute - 1981

Note: Originally recorded by Black Sabbath on their 1970 record Paranoid.

It's not so funny - 1

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

It's not so funny - 2

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Re-mix of the Quiet Riot I original.

Just how you want it - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1975

Just how you want it - 2

Source: Magic Wand e.p. - 1975

Note: I've also heard the Magic Wand e.p. refered to as the CBS demos.

Just how you want it - 3

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Killer Girls - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1977

Killer Girls - 2

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Killer Girls - 3

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Re-mix of the Quiet Riot II original.

Kiss of Death

Source: Unreleased live recording - 1978

Note: Another song that no know studio version exists. The guitar parts during the chorus of this song wound up as the chorus section on the Blizzard of Ozz outtake You looking at me, Looking at You.

Last call for Rock and Roll

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Remixed version of the Quiet Riot I original Mama's little Angles with alternate lyrics and title.

Laughing Gas (Studio)

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1977

Note: This is a studio recording, where Quiet Riot set up and played live. This version is unique as it contains the entire song as they performed it live, complete with Randy Rhoads' unaccompanied guitar solo. Unfortunately, there are 4 seconds where the audio drops out completely during the solo.

Laughing Gas (Live)

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: According to the liner notes, this was recorded July 6, 1977 at the Starwood Club.

Lie back and let me in

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot rehearsal track - 1979

Little Dolls

Source: Diary of a Madman, B-side to Tonight 7" single. - 1981

Load up

Source: Violet Fox demo

Note: This is not Randy Rhoads. It has been said that Violet Fox never did any type of studio recordings. For more information on this song, go here.

A.k.a.: Flame on

Load up II

Source: Violet Fox demo

Note: This is not Randy Rhoads. It has been said that Violet Fox never did any type of studio recordings. For more information on this song, go here.

A.k.a.: Flame on (instrumental)

Look in any window - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot demo - 1975

Look in any window - 2

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Look in any window - 3

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Re-mixed version of the Quiet Riot I original.

Mama's little Angels

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Mighty Quinn, The

Source: Unreleased - 1977

Note: Recorded during the Quiet Riot I sessions. Originally recorded by Bob Dylan in 1967 during The Basement Sessions, and a top ten hit for Manfred Mann in 1968. The Hollies covered this song in 1969 on their record The Hollies Sing Dylan.

A.k.a.: Quinn the Eskimo, Money Queen

Miles of Smiles

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot rehearsal track - 1976

Note: The pre-chorus in this song has a small piece that was later used in Slick Black Cadillac's solo piece.

Mr. Cool

Source: Unreleased demo

Note: Randy Rhoads was not a part of this. Mr. Cool was a song by band called Killer Kane that featured Steven Duren aka Blackie Gooseman aka Blackie Lawless and was later turned into a song included on WASP's "The Last Command". For more information on this song, go here.

Mr. Crowley - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz, Mr. Crowley 7" single - 1980

Mr. Crowley - 2

Source: Live Mr. Crowley 12" e.p., Mr. Crowley Live 7" single - 1980

Mr. Crowley - 3

Source: Tribute - 1981

No bone Movies - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz, B-side: Mr. Crowley (studio) 7" single - 1980

No bone Movies - 2

Source: Tribute - 1981

On the Highway

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1975

Note: Early version of Mama's Little Angles with different lyrics.

One in a Million

Source: Unreleased - 1979

Note: This was a demo from around May 1979 with Rudy Sarzo on bass.

Over the Mountain

Source: Diary of a Madman - 1981

Paranoid

Source: Tribute - 1981

Note: Originally recorded by Black Sabbath on their 1970 record Paranoid.

Picking up the pieces - 1

Source: Unreleased demo - 1979

Picking up the Pieces - 2

Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Ravers

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Revelation (Mother Earth) - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz - 1980

Revelation (Mother Earth) - 2

Source: Tribute - 1981

Riot Reunion - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) take 1- 1975

Riot Reunion - 2

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) take 2 - 1975

Riot Reunion - 3

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Rollercoaster Ride

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot rehearsal track - 1976

S.A.T.O.

Source: Diary of a Madman - 1981

A.k.a. Sailing Across The Ocean or Sharon, Amiee, Thelma & Ozzy, etc.

Shakedown

Source: Unreleased - 1979

Note: Written by Rudy Sarzo, this was a demo from around May 1979 with Rudy Sarzo on bass.

She's so Treacherous

Source: Violet Fox demo

Note: This is not Randy Rhoads. It has been said that Violet Fox never did any type of studio recordings. For more information on this song, go here.

A.k.a.: She's so Trucelent

Slick Black Cadillac - 1

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Slick Black Cadillac - 2

Source: Unreleased live recording - 1979

Note: Worth mentioning is the alternate opening. Towards the end of the bands run, they did a live version of this song where the opening incorporated the guitar opening to Diary of a Madman's Believer.

Slick Black Cadillac - 3

Source: Slick Black Cadillac independent 7" single - 1980

Note: This version has a different bass track (by Gary VanDyke) and a different vocal track.

Steal Away (The Night) - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz, B-side to the U.S. Crazy Train 7" single - 1980

Steal Away (The Night) - 2

Source: Tribute - 1981

Suicide Jam

Source: Unreleased live recording - 1981/1982

Note: I've never heard officially if there was a working title for this. I'd heard a guy at a record show say it was called: "The man on the flying trapeze," or "The Flying Trapeze," or something, then heard that again on a message board. But someone once refered to it as "...that Suicide Jam," and it stuck with me ever since. I wish I remembered who it was that coined that title! This was the instrumental tune the band did during the Diary of a Madman tour inbetween the guitar and drum solos. The best version I've ever heard is from the November 30th, 1981 recording from Cardiff, Wales.

Suicidal Show (Suicidal Blues) - 1

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot studio session (Live) - 1975

Note: In its rawest form: the engineer (James) misquotes the songs title causing the band to burst into a short impromptu, yet jovial, blues jam,... with lyrics even, before two attempts to get the song going.

Suicidal Show - 2

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot demo - 1975

Note: There are no guitar solos or over dubs on this recording. This is different from the Magic Wand recording.

Suicidal Show - 3

Source: Magic Wand e.p. - 1975

Note: I've also heard the Magic Wand e.p. refered to as the CBS demos.

Suicide Solution - 1

Source: Blizzard of Ozz - 1980

Suicide Solution - 2

Source: Live Mr. Crowley 12" e.p. - 1980

Suicide Solution - 3

Source: Tribute - 1981

Teenage Anthem

Source: Unreleased Quiet Riot rehearsal track - 1979

A.k.a. Set me Free

Tin Soldier

Source: Quiet Riot I - 1977

Note: Originally recorded by Small Faces on their 1967 record There Are But Four Small Faces. Also appeared on Humble Pie's 1981 release Go for the Throat.

Tonight

Source: Diary of a Madman, Tonight 7" single - 1981

Trouble - 1

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Trouble - 2


Source: Quiet Riot: The Randy Rhoads Years - 1993

Note: Re-mixed version of the Quiet Riot II original.

We just had a Riot

Source: Unreleased live recording - 1978/1979

Note: This was the reprise of We're gonna have a Riot, played at the end of some of the 1979 club sets.

We're gonna have a Riot

Source: Unreleased - 1978

Note: Recorded during the Quiet Riot II sessions. No vocals or solos were ever put on this recording.

We've got the Magic

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

You can't kill Rock and Roll

Source: Diary of a Madman - 1981

You drive me Crazy

Source: Quiet Riot II - 1978

Note: The begining of this song (strictly guitar speaking) turned out to be the begining of You said it all.

You looking at me looking at you - 1

Source: B-side to U.K. Crazy Train 7" single - 1980

You looking at me looking at you - 2

Source: edit from the Prince of Darkness e.p. (Japanese import?) - 1980

Note: I have been told that there are two versions of this song, the latter being remixed. I've never noticed too much difference(?)

You said it all

Source: Live Mr. Crowley 12" e.p., Mr. Crowley Live 7" single - 1980


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Wow! I never knew there was so much material out there to find. Maybe I should start finding some of that very "rare" stuff.

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...With so many amazing threads created here it's hard to know through which one to offer your personal thanks...So I chose this thread and...THANKS!!!! 8) 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Randy Rhoads Song Index
PostPosted: Sat Apr 02, 2011 2:17 am 
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Are you sure that the following songs are real?

1) All our heros - Quiet Riot - audience - live (Unreleased) *
2) Dead End Kids – Quiet Riot – rehearsal track (Suicidal Show rewritten with a slower tempo) *
3) Miles Of Smiles – Quiet Riot – rehearsal track *
4) On The Highway – Quiet Riot – studio session *
5) Rollercoaster Ride – Quiet Riot – rehearsal track *
6) Suicide Jam – Quiet Riot – live ("The man on the flying trapeze," or "The Flying Trapeze,") *
7) We Just Had A Riot – Quiet Riot- studio *

I can't find them at all... if you could tell me where i can go to download them i would be very grateful


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 Post subject: Re: Randy Rhoads Song Index
PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:07 pm 
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Yes, those are real songs. "All our Heros", "We just had a Riot" and his solo from the 1982 tour are all easily found on bootlegs. The other songs, I don't know if those are available for download. They are real though.


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 Post subject: Re: Randy Rhoads Song Index
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I rarely visit this side of the form but wow you did a good job listing the songs


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None of the songs on The Randy Rhoads Years are the same versions that appear on the original two Quiet Riot albums

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awesome guitar solos from the late, great Randy Rhoads. ...

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