Through the Storm (Riot album)

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Through the Storm
Riot through the storm.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 26, 2002
RecordedMillbrook Sound Studios, Millbrook, New York, Tri-Star Sounds, Long Island, New York
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock
Label Toshiba EMI Japan
Metal Blade
Producer Mark Reale, Paul Orofino
Riot chronology
Sons of Society
Through the Storm
Army of One
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Through the Storm is the twelfth studio album by American heavy metal band Riot. It was released on August 26, 2002. [2]


It is the only Riot album to feature drummer Bobby Rondinelli, best known for his work with Rainbow and Black Sabbath.

Track listing

  1. "Turn the Tables" (Mike DiMeo, Mark Reale, Mike Flyntz) - 5:21
  2. "Lost Inside This World" (DiMeo, Reale) - 4:44
  3. "Chains (Revolving)" (DiMeo, Reale) - 4:43
  4. "Through the Storm" (DiMeo, Reale) - 6:13
  5. "Let It Show" (DiMeo, Reale) - 4:37
  6. "Burn the Sun" (DiMeo, Reale, Flyntz) - 4:26
  7. "To My Head" (DiMeo, Reale) - 5:59
  8. "Essential Enemies" (DiMeo, Reale, Flyntz) - 3:48
  9. "Somebody" (DiMeo, Reale) - 3:42 (Japanese edition bonus track)
  10. "Only You Can Rock Me" (Pete Way, Phil Mogg, Michael Schenker) - 3:56 (UFO cover)
  11. "Isle of Shadows" (DiMeo, Reale, Flyntz) - 4:08
  12. "Here Comes the Sun" (George Harrison) - 3:21 (The Beatles cover)


Band members

Additional musicians


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  2. "Riot - Through the Storm". Encyclopaedia Metallum . Retrieved October 10, 2010.