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Artist: TKO

Title: Let It Roll

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TKO Let It Roll Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Tribunal/Divebomb Records

Catalog Number: DIVE002


Brad Sinsel vocals
Rick Pierce guitars
Tony Bortko guitars, keyboards
Mark Seidenverg bass
Darryl Siguenza drums, percussion

Recorded in 1978. Live tracks recorded on KZOK FM in 1978.


1.  Let It Roll  4:17   Listen
2.  Ain't No Way To Be  3:32   Listen
3.  Only Love  3:20   Listen
4.  Gutter Boy  3:17   Listen
5.  Kill the Pain  3:12   Listen
6.  Come a Day  3:46   Listen
7.  Rock N Roll Again  4:29   Listen
8.  Bad Sister  4:09   Listen
9.  What in the World  4:51   Listen
10.  Introduction live bonus track  1:22   Listen
11.  Rock N Roll Again live bonus track  4:37   Listen
12.  Bad Sister live bonus track  4:20   Listen
13.  What in the World live bonus track  4:33   Listen
14.  Gutter Boy live bonus track  3:30   Listen
15.  Kill the Pain live bonus track  3:38   Listen
16.  Only Love live bonus track  3:19   Listen
17.  Let It Roll live bonus track  5:11   Listen
18.  Ending live bonus track  0:56   Listen
Total Running Time:  66:19

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: April 22, 2009 at 5:28
Anyone expecting the to find the same bombastic hard rock of the follow up album In Your Face may well be severely disappointed by this release. But that's not to detract from the fact that this is an excellent rock album which comes across as a mix of Roadmaster, maybe some Aviary even Russia it's that 70's rock feel before all the guitars were set to shred max or widdly heaven! Well crafted songs are all over the place and some are so catchy Ain't No Way to Be is a prime example with it's ace keyboard intro and punchy delivery ... superb. The real bonus are the live tracks which really are a nice treat for any long time followers of the band.

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From: Jez Date: June 23, 2009 at 11:52
This is excellent and by far my fave of the TKO discs. Very different to 'In Your Face' as Nick states, but no less enjoyable for it. Very pompy and the band references mentioned above are right on the money. Quirky, pompy,off the wall in spots, but hugely enjoyable and a nice remaster done by Divebomb to round it all off. Excellent

From: hair metal again Date: December 5, 2013 at 11:20
excellent rock debut by TKO back in 79!imagine a blend of CHEAP TRICK,THE WHO,ALICE COOPER &HEART with quite rockin attitude and groove and well done songs!Brad s vocs are unique and to some may be strange ,but he was the frontman and the mane attraction!"what in a world","let it roll" ,"aint no way to be" and "rock n roll again" are the highlights of a pretty rockin release

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