Quiet Riot II

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Quiet Riot II
Studio album by Quiet Riot
Released December 1978
Recorded August-November, 1978
Genre Hard rock, glam rock
Length 41:13
Label CBS Sony
Producer Warren Entner, Lee De Carlo
Quiet Riot chronology
Quiet Riot
Quiet Riot II
Metal Health
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Quiet Riot II is the second studio album by heavy metal band Quiet Riot. As with their first album, it was a Japan-only release. Although Rudy Sarzo is pictured and credited, the recordings were made while bassist Kelly Garni was still in the band. [1][2]

This is the last Quiet Riot album to feature guitarist Randy Rhoads, as he left the band the following year to join Ozzy Osbourne's band.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Slick Black Cadillac"
  • DuBrow
  • Rhoads
2. "You Drive Me Crazy"
  • DuBrow
  • Rhoads
3. "Afterglow (Of Your Love)" (Small Faces cover) 3:37
4. "Eye for an Eye"
  • DuBrow
  • Rhoads
  • Ron Sobol
5. "Trouble"
  • DuBrow
  • Rhoads
6. "Killer Girls"
  • DuBrow
  • Rhoads
  • Sobol
7. "Face to Face"
  • DuBrow
  • Rhoads
8. "Inside You" DuBrow 4:49
9. "We've Got the Magic" Rhoads 4:40


  • The song "Slick Black Cadillac" was re-recorded for the band's following album Metal Health without the drum and bass intro.
  • The song "Trouble" was remixed with a new vocal track and wah wah added to the guitar solo and sped up for the compilation The Randy Rhoads Years without the first 4 bars.


Quiet Riot[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Kelly Garni - bass, backing vocals (uncredited)
  • The Killer Bees - backing vocals


  • Warren Entner - producer, manager
  • Lee De Carlo - producer