Twisted - Nino (4) - Playa Circle (Cassette, Album)

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While the production is a lot cleaner, sometimes too clean but also clearer-sounding, on the upside , the band's music haven't really changed. In fact, I would even dare say that this album is overall harder than its predecessor in terms of heavy metal songs. The album's music covers a few different areas, ranging from speed metal-esque tracks to ballads to the classic comical-style Twisted Sister.

The opening and also title-track starts off with a creepy intro which is a direct reference from the movie The Warriors , urging Twisted Sister rather than "The Warriors" to come out and play - and boom - Dee Snider does a real twisted pun intended scream before the song blasts out in high speed. As an opening track, it's not far from the style that the previous album's opener and title track was, but slightly faster this time around. The band then covers different grounds, ranging from both sing-a-long and shout-a-long tracks the first few tracks to cozy ballads "I Believe In You" to youth anthems "Out In The Streets".

There's really something for every Twisted fan to be found on here, if the new production style can be accepted. Compared to the band's earlier albums, this one feels a lot more musical in terms of technicality. The band as a whole has really improved as far as their playing go, with AJ Pero's drums sounding more fun, Eddie Ojeda's solos blistering all over, and most of all - vocalist Dee Snider's great voice.

This album would be well-worth checking out for Dee's vocals alone, because he has never shined this bright anywhere else, and he really proves his chops on this one.

Lyrically, though, it's kind of hit-or-miss. The more serious-toned tunes tend to have good and thoughtful lyrics, with especially "Out In The Streets" being in mind.

Some other tracks tend to have that "I Wanna Rock"-feeling to them, e. My final verdict for this album would be that it's a very good and truly underrated album. What it differs in production value, if their old albums' productions are to favor, it totally compensates musically.

To me, this is Twisted Sister at their peak in all ways imaginable, whether it be the songs or performances. I am disappointed by the fact that this album didn't do better than it actually did, being viewed as somewhat of a failure in comparison to Stay Hungry , despite earning the band a Gold record in sales. With a collection of songs this strong and powerful, this album should be hailed as something bigger by TS and metal fans alike. To say that Twisted Sister was one of the most hilariously over-the-top bands that ever graced the airwaves would be a complete understatement.

They're one of those groups categorized as a "hair band", yet their goofy lyrics, hilarious music videos, and a fashion sense that would make Poison look like D. I, were all part of the fun. However, the smiles would eventually disappear from our faces once Atlantic Records, the band's label, wanted to make them more "friendlier" to the general public.

As a result, their music suffered, and this downhill slope that began with "Come Out and Play" ended with the band's breakup. While there are indeed songs on "Come Out and Play" that would be more appropriate for Patrick Bateman's playlist, there's also others that are pretty good. The title track, is completely different from what you'd expect much of the album to be. It's got a pretty fast tempo, so fast, that it might even borderline speed metal. No, I'm not kidding, people.

It's that fast of a track. As it has that time signature, it also has to be quite aggressive, right? It totally is. This is something completely out of character for a glam band to do, right?

It's the only track on the album that has this power, however, but there's also "Out on the Streets". A sort of "ballad" which kicks into gear once it gets towards the chorus. It's actually quite heavy and grinding in terms of slower songs, thus it's actually more likely to have you headbang than most other songs on the album. For those of you who want the cheesiness that got you into listening to Twisted Sister in the first place, fear not, it's still there.

I feel that the song that best exemplifies this is "I Believe in Rock n' Roll". It's got the lyrics that will make you giggle, even going so far as to parody the marriage ritual that most Americans are familiar with "Do you take this music to be your lawfully wedded rock? It's just a ridiculous song, but it's all tongue and cheek.

It's so ridiculous that it actually managed to be hilarious, so hilarious, it's awesome. Although it borderlines asinine, "Be Chrool to Your Scuel" is another goofy track that even features not only a saxophone, but also a cameo from Alice Cooper.

Normally I would say that this song is the result of the label pushing radio-friendliness to make the band sound more appealing to morons who worship the Cars, but hey, it's also the result of two forces of musical farce clashing together, so I'll give that track a free pass.

I get the feeling it's trying to cash in on the glory of the hit "We're Not Gonna Take It", since both that one and "You Want what We Got" are at the same, commercial-appropriate time signature as well as a sing-along chorus that is constantly repeated to the point where you'd want to stick your head in a meat grinder just to get it out of there.

It sounds like a very similar song, 'cos both songs are peppy and upbeat, but "You Want what We Got" will never, ever, ever eclipse the fun that we had listening to "We're Not Gonna Take It".

That song had more aggression, despite it's upbeat tone, and "You Want what We Got" sounds more like a rejected Quiet Riot song.

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