Top Twisted Sister Albums
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Feel Appeal: Love Is for Suckers Extras - EP
Feel Appeal: Love Is for Suckers Extras - EP
[2021]
Metal Meltdown (Live)
Metal Meltdown (Live)
[2016]
Rock 'N' Roll Saviors - The Early Years (Live)
Rock 'N' Roll Saviors - The Early Years (Live)
[2016]
A Twisted X-Mas (Live At the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, NV, 2009)
A Twisted X-Mas (Live At the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, NV, 2009)
[2012]
Live at the Marquee Club
Live at the Marquee Club
[2011]
Live At the Astoria
Live At the Astoria
[2008]
Official Singles
Official Singles
[2008]
Rhino Hi-Five: Twisted Sister - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Twisted Sister - EP
[2007]
A Twisted Christmas - Live
A Twisted Christmas - Live
[2007]
A Twisted Christmas (Live)
A Twisted Christmas (Live)
[2006]
Live At Wacken - The Reunion (Live....Past & Present)
Live At Wacken - The Reunion (Live....Past & Present)
[2005]
Still Hungry
Still Hungry
[2004]
Twisted Sister: Essentials
Twisted Sister: Essentials
[2002]
Club Daze, Vol. II - Live in the Bars (Studio Recordings and Live in Long Island, NY)
Club Daze, Vol. II - Live in the Bars (Studio Recordings and Live in Long Island, NY)
[2001]
Club Daze Volume II: Live In the Bars
Club Daze Volume II: Live In the Bars
[2001]
Live At Hammersmith, Vols. 1 & 2
Live At Hammersmith, Vols. 1 & 2
[2001]
Club Daze, Vol. 1: The Studio Sessions
Club Daze, Vol. 1: The Studio Sessions
[1999]
Club Daze, Vol. 2: Live In the Bars
Club Daze, Vol. 2: Live In the Bars
[1999]
Club Daze Volume 1: The Studio Sessions
Club Daze Volume 1: The Studio Sessions
[1999]
Live At Hammersmith (London, UK 1984)
Live At Hammersmith (London, UK 1984)
[1994]
Love Is for Suckers
Love Is for Suckers
[1987]
Come Out and Play
Come Out and Play
[1985]
Under the Blade
Under the Blade
[1982]
Under the Blade (2011 Version)
Under the Blade (2011 Version)
[1982]
Big Hits and Nasty Cuts
Big Hits and Nasty Cuts
[1970]
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We're Not Gonna Take It I Wanna Rock If That's What You Want Out On The Streets I Believe In Rock 'n' Roll One Man Woman You Know I Cry Big Gun Without You Feel The Power Come Back Kill Or Be Killed You Want What We Got Sin After Sin What You Don't Know Can't Hurt You Come Out And Play The Power And The Glory One Bad Habit Tonight You're Not Alone (Suzette's Song) You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll King Of The Fools (Bonus Track) Be Chrool To Your Scuel (feat. Alice Cooper, Billy Joel & Brian Setzer) Horror-teria Heavy Metal Christmas Never Say Never Let It Snow Heroes Are Hard To Find The Christmas Song (chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) I'll Never Grow Up Now! O Come All Ye Faithful Honey, Look Three Times (live) Long Tall Sally (live) Four Barrel Heart Of Love I'll Be Home For Christmas White Christmas Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Plastic Money I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Tv Wife Blastin' Fast And Loud Follow Me Lady's Boy Can't Stand Still Rock 'n' Roll Saviors Statutory Date Leader Of The Pack Wake Up (the Sleeping Giant) Ride To Live, Live To Ride Under The Blade Deck The Halls Don't Let Me Down Destroyer Train Kept A Rollin' Silver Bells I Want This Night (to Last Forever) Shoot 'em Down High Steppin' The Price Burn In Hell Bad Boys (of Rock 'n' Roll) 12 Days Of Christmas The Beast Day Of The Rocker Kids Are Back I Am (i'm Me) The Fire Still Burns I Believe In You Horror Teria: Captain Howdy And Street Justice I Will Win Love Is For Suckers Jailhouse Rock (Live In Detroit) Me And The Boys You Are All That I Need I'll Take You Alive Yeah Right I've Had Enough Like A Knife In The Back We're Gonna Make It Feel Appeal Call My Name Pay The Price We're Coming On 30 S.M.F. Stay Hungry I'm So Hot For You Tear It Loose Run For Your Life Hot Love
Related Information for Twisted Sister
Twisted Sister is an American heavy metal band from Long Island, New York, United States popularized in comedic music videos on the television channel MTV in the 80s. Although formed as a David Bowie-inspired rock band by guitar player Jay Jay French in 1973, the band's style shifted to a more strident, aggressive metal-influenced sound when frontman Dee Snider joined the band and took over songwriting, leading to the creation of fan-favorite songs such as "I Wanna Rock", "We're Not Gonna Take It", and "Under the Blade". They fused the shock tactics of Alice Cooper and W.A.S.P., the rebellious mood of the 'New Wave of British Heavy Metal', the biker-culture style of early Judas Priest... read more