Alive and Well (Quiet Riot album)

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Alive and Well
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Studio album by Quiet Riot
Released March 23, 1999
Genre Heavy metal
Length 72:11
Label Cleopatra
Producer Bob Marlette
Quiet Riot chronology
Down to the Bone
Alive and Well
Guilty Pleasures
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Alive and Well is the ninth studio album by heavy metal band Quiet Riot. It was recorded following a reunion of the classic 80's Quiet Riot lineup of Kevin DuBrow, Rudy Sarzo, Carlos Cavazo, and Frankie Banali. It featured eight new songs alongside updated versions of six of their classics, including "Cum On Feel The Noize", "Metal Health" and "Mama Weer All Crazee Now", as well as a cover of "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC. This track had previously been released on the AC/DC tribute album Thunderstruck.

The DuBrow/Perris penned "Slam Dunk" was first recorded in 1991 by Pretty Boy Floyd for the movie Switch.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Kevin DuBrow, Carlos Cavazo, Rudy Sarzo and Frankie Banali, except where noted.

New material
No. Title Length
1. "Don't Know What I Want" 4:52
2. "Angry" 5:22
3. "Alive and Well" 5:03
4. "The Ritual" 6:07
5. "Overworked and Underpaid" 5:36
6. "Slam Dunk (Way to Go!)" (DuBrow, Harry Perris) 3:23
7. "Too Much Information" 4:28
8. "Against the Wall" 4:46
9. "Highway to Hell" (AC/DC cover) (Angus Young, Malcolm Young, Bon Scott) 3:59
No. Title Writer(s) Length
10. "Sign of the Times" (originally from Condition Critical) (1984) DuBrow, Cavazo 4:53
11. "Don't Wanna Let You Go" (originally from Metal Health) (1983) DuBrow, Cavazo 4:52
12. "The Wild and the Young" (originally from QR III) (1986) DuBrow, Cavazo, Chuck Wright, Banali, Spencer Proffer 5:33
13. "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" (Slade cover) (originally from Condition Critical) (1984) Noddy Holder, Jim Lea 3:22
14. "Cum On Feel the Noize" (Slade cover) (originally from Metal Health) (1983) Holder, Lea 4:40
15. "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" (originally from Metal Health) (1983) DuBrow, Cavazo, Banali 5:15

The Japanese version of the CD has a bonus track titled "The Wait".


Quiet Riot[edit]


  • Bob Marlette – producer


  1. ^ Prato, G. (2011). "Alive and Well - Quiet Riot | AllMusic". Retrieved 22 July 2011.