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Artist: Kidd Havok

Title: Roll the Dice

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2007

Label: Suncity Records (Australia)

Catalog Number: SR011

Personnel

Scot Marcs lead guitar, backing vocals
Johnny B. lead and backing vocals
Rob Barone drums, backing vocals (tracks 1, 3-6)
Shawn St. Pierre bass, backing vocals (track 11)
Dave Trojack drums (tracks 2, 7-10)
Gino Tucillo bass (tracks 2, 7-10)
Tom Pinello bass (tracks 1, 3-6)

Tracks

1.  Too Sadd  2:47   Listen!
2.  1 Push  4:02   Listen!
3.  Candy Store  4:40   Listen!
4.  Treat Me  5:01   Listen!
5.  Lady Luck  4:41   Listen!
6.  Cold Sweat  4:24   Listen!
7.  Lust 4 Life  4:10   Listen!
8.  Rumors  3:31   Listen!
9.  Entertainment 4 Tonight  3:52   Listen!
10.  Night on Me  3:47   Listen!
11.  Scot's Live Guitar Solo  3:51   Listen!
  
Total Running Time:  44:46

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Existing comments about this CD

From: shark attack Date: July 15, 2007 at 13:32
Suncity are doing a great job in releasing some obscure gems from the late 80`s hair metal scene,lovingly compiled with awesome artwork this is the benchmark label for all the other re-release labels out there. Unfortunately this one is shooting blanks despite the beautiful packaging.Now theres no doubt these guys can play(although the singer sounds a bit flat at times)and `cold sweat` is a killer tune but overall theres a lack of great songs(or even half decent ones)Disappointing 5/10

From: lovetoy Date: October 13, 2007 at 15:14
Oh contrare Monfrare. I thought this album raaaawked !! Not the most original mind you but it's still good 80's sleaze metal with plenty of killer hooks.

From: Metalboy Date: October 2, 2011 at 23:44
This is right up my alley but a little too boogie-woogie-ish for me to really go hog wild for it. Still, I almost view these songs as the Christmas wrapping for the guitar leads of the incredible Scot Marcs. In fact the last track, they do away with the Idea of even bothering making it a song and just let one of his phenomenal leads take the slot. Killer! You should just get this for Marcu's leads alone and if you really give it a few twirls y realize well over half of it's good. And, though I agree with SharkAttack that "Cold Sweat" is a fine tune, it's really the more sonically modern "Lust 4 Life" that is the standout. So, I probably like it more than Shark and less than Lovetoy. Get it for the guitar work and "Lust" alone, though tracks 1,2,4,5,6,9,10 and 11 (the guitar solo track) are q unite good if you like yer Sleaze Glam Metal on the Boogie-Woogie side as I said before. 7/10.

From: Metalboy Date: October 2, 2011 at 23:47
Oh, yeah! And Kudos to the SunCity Label, for sure. It's really hard to go wrong with anything on it!

From: andi Date: February 26, 2012 at 15:33
Never heard such Thrash like this!!!!Each song like the other very bad produced,bad songs bad guitars!!!!!Just the same shit like teir other album!!!I do not wonder that this Band went away from our earth!!!


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