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An introduction to the genius of the late Sam Kinison.
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Audio Clips

Gonna Raise Hell
Leader of the Banned, 1990
Sam Kinison's cover of the Cheap Trick classic was one of four songs on his third Warner Brothers release. Among those performing background vocals are Richie Zito (who produced albums by Ratt and Poison) and Eddie Money.
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Highway to Hell
Leader of the Banned, 1990
Sam Kinison's cover of AC/DC's classic also featured Slash (Guns N' Roses), C.C. DeVille (Poison), and Fred Coury (Cinderella). This is one of four Richie Zito-produced songs on Sam's third release.
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Mississippi Queen
Leader of the Banned, 1990
Sam Kinison's parody of the Mountain classic pokes fun at televangelist Jim Bakker and Jessica Hahn. Featured performers include Leslie West (Mountain) and C.C. DeVille (Poison). This is another one of four songs from Sam's third Warner Brothers album.
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Under My Thumb
Leader of the Banned, 1990
Sam Kinison's cover of the Rolling Stone's oldie features Dweezil Zappa on lead guitar and Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne) on bass guitar. This is one of four rock cover tunes from Sam's third album.
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Wild Thing
Have You Seen Me Lately?, 1988
This classic version of The Troggs' hit proved that Sam Kinison was not only funny, but he could also sing. This track was produced by Richie Zito, and featured C.C. DeVille (Poison) and Rudy Sarzo (Quiet Riot, Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne).
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