After their debut, Rock City, Riot came back with an even stronger album called Narita. For those of you who don’t know, Narita is the name of the international airport in Japan just outside of Tokyo. About half the songs on this album are classic and the rest of the songs are decent rockers. My favorites are 49er (cool riff), Kick Down The Wall (great chorus), Here We Come Again (good time rock), Hot For Love (smokin!), and Road Racin’ (up-tempo rocker). Mark Reale’s guitar playing was always very underrated, as were front man Guy Speranza’s vocals. Riot should have gotten much more attention than they did. Mark still continues to put out solid albums. I highly recommend Born In America (1983) and The Brethren Of Long House (1996).