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Stay Hungry (25th Anniversary Edition)
Twisted Sister
Stay Hungry (25th Anniversary Edition)
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
 
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (18) - Disc #2

Fronted by Dee Snider, Twisted Sister rocked the clubs of New York — and Long Island for over a decade before the group had its major — breakthrough with the 1984 Billboard Top 20, triple-platinum release STAY HUNGRY. Their ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Twisted Sister
Title: Stay Hungry (25th Anniversary Edition)
Members Wishing: 13
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rhino Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/2009
Re-Release Date: 6/30/2009
Album Type: Original recording remastered, Deluxe Edition
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
Style: Pop Metal
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 081227986193

Synopsis

Product Description
Fronted by Dee Snider, Twisted Sister rocked the clubs of New York
and Long Island for over a decade before the group had its major
breakthrough with the 1984 Billboard Top 20, triple-platinum release STAY HUNGRY. Their signature mix of hard rock, heavy metal, pop, and outrageous theatrics fully connected with audiences on the album's pair of fist-pumping Top 40 anthems-and MTV staples-'I Wanna Rock' and 'We're Not Gonna Take It.' Rhino's 25th Anniversary Edition features the newly remastered, nine-track album on Disc One. Disc Two will further satisfy Sister's fans with 15 previously unreleased outtakes and demos from the original sessions plus a new track recorded just for this
collection by the classic 1984 lineup: Dee Snider, Jay Jay French,
Eddie Ojeda, Mark Mendoza, and A.J. Pero.

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CD Reviews

With all of the negative feedback...... READ THIS!
C. Allanach | Chicago, IL | 07/03/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Here's a post from Rhino Records regarding the remaster of "Stay Hungry". This explains the poor quality of this release and also the fact that Rhino has corrected the problem. It sucks that the bad copies made it out to the public in the first place but kudos for their fast action after catching the mistake.

[...]

"IMPORTANT NOTE: Some customers may have purchased a copy of the Twisted Sister - Stay Hungry 25th Anniversary Edition with lower than normal audio levels on Disc 1. The error was corrected as soon as it was discovered, however some defective copies were shipped to online shoppers and retail stores. If the edition you purchased has a defective Disc 1 and you would like a replacement, please email Dr. Rhino (Dr.Rhino@rhino.com) with TWISTED SISTER as the subject line for further instructions."

There you have it. For those of you that directed your anger at the band, they had nothing to do with this issue so you might want to re-think who to be mad at. Just swap your defective copy and hopefully all will be well. Peace.

PS - Disc 2 is excellent and worth the price of admission in my opinion! It's great to hear the demo versions and outtakes. Keep in mind that they aren't complete songs as they were just demos from the "Stay Hungry" sessions but they are very cool just the same. And the new song, "30", is great!
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NOTE ABOUT REPLACEMENT DISC S
M. Currie | 07/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Tuesday, July 7 - From Twisted Sister and Rhino:

Regardless of wherever in the world you purchased your CD package, you can get a replacement CD Disc One in a slip case by emailing Dr.Rhino@rhino.com AND putting TWISTED SISTER in the subject line. This includes any online retail stores that shipped a physical CD to you.

As each email is answered individually during the business hours of 10a - 5p Pacific time, you will receive an email back within 24 hours with instructions for you to receive your replacement CD."
Email Rhino Records for a new disc
Starblazer1974 | Massachusetts | 07/02/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Like many fans, I was looking forward to the remastered Stay Hungry and like many fans, I was shocked at how poor disc 1 sounded. Apparently, the problem lies with Rhino Records. Since I don't see the information posted here on Amazon yet, I figured I would pass it on. Rhino has agreed to replace the disc. [...] I think it is good that the record company is admitting an error, and that they are willing to provide a resolution. I think they should have caught the mistake themselves, but at least they are making an attempt to rectify the situation. As for disc 2, the demos are cool to hear. Very raw and embryonic. The new song, 30, is cool too. Not bad at all for a bunch of SMF's careening toward their 60's."