Thursday, February 4, 2010

KEEL have earned the RIGHT TO ROCK on THE STREETS OF ROCK 'n' ROLL!



KEEL are back in more ways than one!

In fact, they are back twice!




Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the Hard Rock/Metal band's 1985 album including two bonus tracks. The Right to Rock was the second studio album by Keel and the one that marked the band's explosion into the '80s Metal scene. The album was produced by Gene Simmons of Kiss. This  25th anniversary edition adds two bonus tracks: 'Easier Said than Done' (Remix) and a newly recorded version of the immortal Metal anthem 'The Right To Rock'. For this recording, Keel invited their fans to participate via the internet. Keelaholics could download a guide track, sing along with the chorus, and send in an MP3 to be blended with the all-star chorus of the song which also features Paul Shortino (Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot), Lez Warner (The Cult), Ron Mancuso (Beggars & Thieves) and other members of the Las Vegas Rock scene (even Graham Russell from Air Supply joined in!). 



2010 release from the veteran Hard Rock/Metal outfit led by Ron Keel. This recording contains 12 new anthems in the tradition of Keel's classic The Final Frontier, Keel, and Lay Down The Law albums: commercial Hard Rock featuring the twin-guitar attack of Marc Ferrari and Bryan Jay, drummer Dwain Miller's rock solid groove, Ron Keel's powerful vocals, and a collection of songs which the band feels are their best ever. 

Twice the Keel means twice the party!

"Hell, yeah!"



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