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 Intice Taste The Night 1989 1st Press Very Rare Glam Sleeze Hard Rock
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Taste the Night

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Category: Sleaze Glam

Year: 1989

Label: Nite Train Records

Catalog Number: ICD-2101-CD

Average Rating: 60 / 100 (7 ratings)

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Personnel
Patrick St. Michael lead vocals, rhythm guitar, maracas
Jeff Vitolo lead, acoustic, and slide guitar, backing vocals
Jimmy Slevin drums, backing vocals
Vinnie Granese bass, backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Induction to Seduction  2:15
2.  Taste the Night  2:47
3.  Give It Up  2:56
4.  Fall in Love  6:25
5.  Get It Good  3:13
6.  Gimme Love  4:09
7.  Anything for Me  3:22
8.  Pay Your Dues  3:23
9.  Dead Tonight  4:56
  
Total Running Time:  33:26

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From: M. Allen Date: November 29, 2001 at 11:02
They've got the looks, but they ain't got the goods. A ho-hum vocalist, blah-blah guitars, so-so hooks, and really thin production values make this one indie glam-metal band I would prefer not to have another taste of.

From: HG Date: February 16, 2002 at 20:06
Good example of what I would call "melodic sleaze."

From: RichieRocker Date: June 1, 2002 at 11:56
I wasnt too impressed with this offering from Intice. Dont bother with this one.

From: RoxxGangFan Date: October 20, 2002 at 23:59
I don't know this CD, yet; but (Jeff Vitolo - Guitar) is now playing with Roxx Gang, and I have seen Roxx Gang with him about a dozen times now. Let me say he is one smoking guitarist now. Check out some of Roxx Gangs new cd's and check out what I mean. Check him live if you can, Check www.Roxxgang.com for dates in the Tampa\St.Pete Florida area. You can also goto Kazza and d/l the video Guitar King, and watch as well as listen to him smoke some chops. Rock on Jeff, you kick ass!

From: STEF the FRENCH Date: January 3, 2003 at 0:22
AN ALBUM TO FORGET ! THE SOUND IS A BIT WEAK ,MOSTLY THE TRACKS ARE POOR , THE VOCAL IS POOR !!! FLORIDA USE TO OFFER US BETTER THAN THAT !

From: STEF the FRENCH Date: January 3, 2003 at 0:23
AN ALBUM TO FORGET ! THE SOUND IS A BIT WEAK ,MOSTLY THE TRACKS ARE POOR , THE VOCAL IS POOR !!! FLORIDA USE TO OFFER US BETTER THAN THAT !

From: superglam Date: March 31, 2003 at 13:24
Ridicolous album like all Roxx Gang's products!

From: purrfect-kat Date: June 15, 2003 at 13:31
I can't remember which song it is that I thought wasn't too bad . . . might have been "Fall In Love" . . . Other then that the rest of the songs are raw and raunchy. . . (not very good)

From: Benn Date: June 27, 2003 at 0:50
I really dug the samples. If anyone has this cd for sale, please email me at revbenn9@hotmail.com

From: K Date: February 25, 2004 at 17:10
Awesome album Hot talent

From: kipjuanjo Date: September 28, 2004 at 6:10
pues yo sólo he escuchado la cancion "give it up" y me parece una canción con muy poca chicha, por no decir que es un solemne mojón.

From: GEORGE Date: October 1, 2004 at 9:14
where i can find a copy?treat_gr@yahoo.gr

From: rocketron Date: October 1, 2004 at 9:25
George - there is a M- copy on GEMM at the moment - £44

From: rocketron Date: October 1, 2004 at 9:26
Sorry - I meant $44

From: Giovanny Date: October 7, 2004 at 20:50
I just wanna say, this album is bad. crap is a beautiful word.

From: Nikki Sixx Date: December 3, 2004 at 15:24
One of the best representations of the time . An absolute must have , if you can find one , the guitarist smokes , bass & drums hold it down , while the lead vocals seem to remind me of someone , can't seem to place it . Long live Glam !

From: Geoff Date: February 2, 2006 at 0:25
Well, I'm glad to see I'm not alone here. I thought this was going to be another over-hyped indie, going for $100+ dollars, but glad to see most of us agree it is a horrid peice of horse shit. Sorry for the harshness, but I didn't hear a single hook, a single memorable riff or musical moment. As Faster Pussycat said, 'Wake me when it's over'. As bland as hard rock gets...

From: donlyjray Date: July 25, 2006 at 13:42
Hey, come on everybody. It's not that good, but it's really not that bad either. In comparison to the shit bands put out nowadays, it's magic.

From: metalheadrocks Date: July 26, 2006 at 4:31
HELLO THIS IS BOB I HAVE 2 RELEASES FROM THESE GUYS I HAVE BEEN A CD COLLECTOR NOW FOR 15 YEARS I OWN OVER 42000 CDS I GET A KICK ON SOME OF YOU PEOPLE ON WHAT YOU LEAVE FOR FEED BACK I AM A DIE HARD MUSIC PERSON I READ ALL THE TIME PEOPLE SAYING HOW BANDS SUCK YA SOME MAY DO BUT WOULD YOU RATHER TURN THE SHIT RADIO ON AND BE FORCED TO LISTEN TO THE SAME TOP FORTY NOT ME I THINK I HAVE BETTER TASTE THAN THAT THIS IS JUST MY OPIONION OK I BUY A TON OF CDS AND CDRS SO IF I PAY 5.00 WHAT THE HELL I

From: metalheadrocks Date: July 26, 2006 at 4:38
HELLO THIS IS BOB AGAIN ONE THING I CAN THANK DAN THAT OWNS THIS SITE IS THAT HE DOES NOT ALLOW POP/HIPHOP/TOP FORTY CRAP/AND IMBREADING COUNTRY MUSIC GOD I CANT STAND THAT SO CALLED NOISE TO ME ALL IT IS IS SOMEONE COMPLAINING THAT HE OR SHE LOST THERE DOG/HOUSE /JOB/OR WIFE HELL ALL THEY HAVE TO DO IS PLAY IT ALL BACK AND THEY GET EVERY THING BACK AND I HATE RAPCRAP

From: metalheadrocks Date: July 27, 2006 at 3:55
HELLO THIS IS BOB AGAIN WELL I DO KNOW THAT I HAVE THIS CD IT TOOK ME 2 HOURS TO FIND YES 2 HOURS I MAY BE WRONG ABOUT HAVING 2 TITLES OF THIS BAND I DID LISTEN TO THIS ITS WEAK BUT ITS GOOD ITS YOUR TIPICAL SLEAZY BAND THIS TO ME IS A MUCH MUCH LIGHTER SIDE OD DR LOVE ITS MOTLEY CRUE STYLE AGAIN THESE ARE MY OPION ONLY IF ANYBODY NEEDS A COPY MAYBE WE CAN TRADE ??????EVEN THOUGH I HAVE LITERLY THOUSANDS OF CDS THERE IS STILL STUFF I DONT HAVE I CALL MYSELF ONE OF THE ELITE COLLECTORS OUT THERE

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 4, 2011 at 21:02
Simple stuff...average to be honest...for me it is neither hot nor cold..."Taste The Night","Fall In Love","Get It Good" & "Pay Your Dues" are acceptable...i think the first comment written by M.Allen siad it all...84/100

From: andi Date: June 30, 2011 at 17:53
Very good sleazy album in style of ratt,tesla.....tuff!!Not a bad album like written here in site!Typical 80´s poser album,great!!

From: MrMetal Date: December 26, 2016 at 10:57
They formed out of Tampa, Florida in 1989 with an original lineup featuring Patrick St. Michael (v/g)(ST. MICHAEL), Jeff Vitolo (g) (TYGER TYGER, HEADSHOCK, MOHO GURUS, ROXX GANG, THE DIVE BAR STALKERS, JEFF VITOLO AND THE QUARTER MILE REBELS), Rob Wilkerson (b), and Bobby "Dee" Diaz (d). They would start recording songs in the studio and would release both mixed tapes and Demos as a result. Those songs featured some different lineups, as both Michael Allen (b) and Jimmy Slevin (d) would join around 1986. Vinnie Granese (b)(MOJO GURUS, ROXX GANG) would replace Michael Allen in 1988 with that lineup being their most successful. They would play the Southeastern part of the States supporting acts like STEPPENWOLF, JOHNNY VAN ZANT, HEAD EAST, FOGHAT, and SAVATAGE amongst others and would eventually release this debut LP in 1988. The album was featured in numerous mags but would receive mediocre reviews with their Sleazy, Bluesy, Melodic Hair Metal style (along the lines of ROX DIAMOND..

From: MrMetal Date: December 26, 2016 at 11:02
..POISON, BIG GUNS, RAZOR BABY, SMASHED GLADYS, PRETTY WICKED, and PRINCESS PANG. The title track was the most promising and really sounded nothing like the rest of the album (more along the lines of PICTURE from Holland musically with sleazy vocals). A video was also made for the song, but the remainder of the album was mainly plodding and somewhat generic with both Bluesy riffs and some ballads to compliment. There may have also been some connection with the Power metal act POWERSURGE, but I'm uncertain. They would ultimately disband in 1990 but would release their earlier recordings from 1985-87 and 1990 privately in 2013 on CD format (titled, "Back In The Day"). Some of the prior members mentioned were involved with those recordings which showed a much more promising style (influences of both CINDERELLA and VAIN were evident with guitar solos similar to that of Danny West). 2 of those songs (unsure which) also apparently appeared in the motion picture Action/Thriller "Vicious...

From: MrMetal Date: December 26, 2016 at 11:05
...Thunder" as well as the soundtrack. Jeff Vitolo would become a national recording artist and has been noted as being involved with some of the more prominent acts form the Tampa area over the years. Their "Take The Night (LP)" has also been bootlegged on the phony "Time Warp" label, but the more recent official Compilation from 2016 titled, "The Legacy" on the "Demon Doll" label apparently features all of their recorded material. Most of those knocking their "Taste The Night (LP)" would likely be very pleasantly surprised with their earlier material.


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