In the series of Lääz Rockit's rereleases, we also have No Stranger to Danger, the band's second album from 1985.
It is clear that Lääz Rockit has found a new style or side, which announces the one they will keep close to until our days. Their rocking thrash metal, quite unique, is nevertheless too flat and somehow uninspired, with a quite moderate creative force.
The sound, too metallic, doesn't work for the band's profit; heaviness is greatly missed.
No Stranger to Danger serves as a witness of one of the band's new seeking periods; I believe the frequency of Lääz Rockit's releases to be a significant sign of research and rhythmical experimentation.
This record will do for the fans of old as well as for the documentating needs of the new generation.