Re-Twisted Sister (Recap)

Re-Twisted Sister was a top story on Tuesday, December 14. Here is our recap: (Kayos) Eagle Rock has announced re-issues of Twisted Sister's Club Daze, Vol. 1 The Studio Sessions and You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll, which hits stores January 25.

Hot on the heels of the recently released Live in Wacken The Reunion DVD/CD (released October 2010), these two albums are epitaphs of the band's early days. Club Daze, Vol. 1 compiles recordings from 1972-1982, when Twisted Sister was a young, hungry pack of hard rockers doing time in clubs around New York City and Long Island. It was during these first ten years that they started brewing up a buzz, refining their stage act, and setting new records in fan attendance in over 50 clubs. Club Daze, originally released by Spitfire Records in 1999, captures a moment in time when TS laid the foundation that would lead them to become one of the world's most intense metal bands.

The long-overdue remaster for You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll (originally released via Atlantic in 1983 and later re-issued by Spitfire in 1999) brings out the punch that wasn't on the original CD versions. Finally presented in an aural setting not available when first mastered for CD, fans will finally be able to hear songs such as the hit "I Am (I'm Me)", "The Kids Are Back" and "Like A Knife In The Back" with the same sonic intensity as the band intended for the world to hear. - more on this story

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