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Rebel Yell. Rebel Yell is the second studio album by English rock musician Billy Idol.
It was released on 10 November , by Chrysalis Records. After the release of his eponymous debut album, Idol continued his collaboration with Keith Forsey and Steve Stevens.
Initially recording without a drummer, utilizing only the electronic drum machine LinnDrum, Forsey and Stevens later decided to hire Thommy Price to play drums on some of the songs. Musically, Rebel Yell is a rock album with a strong influence of new wave music. The cover sleeve and images were shot by Brian Griffin.
Idol got the idea of the album's title after attending a party with The Rolling Stones and drinking the Rebel Yell whiskey. Upon its release, Rebel Yell received positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success. In the United States, it peaked at number six on the Billboard and also peaked into the top ten in other countries, such as Canada, Germany and New Zealand.
The Recording Industry Association of America certified it double platinum for shipment of two million copies across the United States. Four singles were released from the album.
After the breakup of the band Generation X and the release of his first solo extended play, Don't Stop, Idol began working on his debut album. Produced by Keith Forsey, Billy Idol is a rock album with strong influences of new wave music. Upon its release, the album received generally positive reviews from music critics and was a commercial success, peaking at number forty-five on the Billboard Three singles were released from the album: "Dancing with Myself" was already released in as Idol's debut single.
The lead single, "Hot in the City", peaked at number twenty-three on the Billboard After it peaked at number three on Mainstream Rock chart in , the album was reissued with an addition of the earlier single "Dancing with Myself". The song "White Wedding" is so-named due to the less-heard "White Wedding", which is a more synthesiser-based continuation of the first part. VH1 Storytellers Live.
Best Of. By the time we get to the 5 minute mark is where the remix gets back on track, and has just the drum and sequencer parts with Billy's tight vocal, and then Steve Steven's slowly brings the guitars back in and you will be grooving out for the rest of the record. Billy adds some improvised "Dy-No-Mite! The ultra cool thing for me was finding the white vinyl of this the first time I ever went to a record convention and being blown away that I had something rare and unique. I have to say, if you want to collect Billy Idol on vinyl, he has a very large amount of picture discs that are so much fun to find and collect!