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Archives Volume 5: 1992-2005 (W/Dvd)
Artist: Riot
Format: CD

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Label: HIGH ROLLER
Rel. Date: 03/03/2023
UPC: 4251267701315

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DISC: 1

1. CD1: Black Mountain Woman (1992 Rough Mix - Alternate Intro)
2. Sylvia (1992 Demo - Alternate Vocal)
3. Magic Maker (1992 Rough Mix)
4. Night Breaker (1992 Demo)
5. Silent Screams (1992 Demo)
6. Sailor (1992 Rough Mix)
7. Good Lovin' (Alternate Version)
8. Brethren of the Long House (1994 Rough Mix)
9. Rain (1994 Demo)
10. Knockin' at My Door (2005 Demo)
11. Darker Side of Light (2005 Demo)
12. Killer (1989 Joe Lynn Turner - Version 2)
13. Warrior (Live 1982)
14. Rock City (Live 1980)
15. CD2: Sylvia (Alternate Version Demo)
16. Intro "Romeo"
17. Instrumental Themes
18. Instrumental (Unreleased Song 1992)
19. Instrumental (Unreleased Song 1994)

More Info:

Volume 5, spanning the years 1993 to 2002 and including rare recordings from the album sessions to "Nightbreaker", "Brethren Of The Long House", "Inishmore", "Sons Of Society" and "Through The Storm", marks the end of High Roller Records' long-running Riot "Archives" series. The highlight of "Vol.5" might be the song "Sylvia", which was recorded during the "Nightbreaker" recordings sessions but never made it onto the proper album. Between 1993 and 2002 Riot released five studio albums. Giles Lavery, product co-ordinator of the "Archives" series, comments: "Riot was like a musical sanctuary to a heavy metal fan in that sense... There were some artists like Alice Cooper, Whitesnake or Magnum who kind of sat out or split for most of the later 1990s but then came back in the early 2000s with regular release."