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It’s 1983: Quiet Riot’s “Cum on Feel the Noize” rides the airwaves, sending teens across the country into head-banging hysterics; ruffian, longhaired boys hang out of school-bus windows chanting the pubescent mantra, “We’ll get wild, wild, wild”; makeup-spackled girls coyly change otherwise poetic lyrics to “Girls, fuck your boys”; and when motormouthed singer Kevin DuBrow takes the stage, he has full command of his spandex-and-mesh-clad audience—to them every screech, every bounce, every shake of his permed head brings them one step closer to God. The rock ’n’ roll lifestyle isn’t a dream for the Riot boys anymore; with a busty babe in one hand and a cold brew in the other, they will live out the decade in style. But now it’s 1996. With Maddax, Soul Shaker, and Bone Yard at 8 p.m. at Jaxx, 6355 Rolling Rd., Springfield. $15. (703) 569-5940. (Elisa Nader)