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Artist: Pair A Dice

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2008

Label: Retrospect Records

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Personnel

Paul Lancia Lead Vocals
Billy D'Vette Guitar, Vocals
Dave Marshall Guitar, Vocals
Daz Bash Drums
Nick Masella Bass

Tracks

1.  Stay The Night  
2.  Nasty Girls  
3.  Nowhere To Run  
4.  Where's Jenny  
5.  Midnight Train  
6.  I'll Be There For You  

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From: metalalways Date: September 21, 2008 at 19:46
now this is some seriously awesome kick ass metal Paul Lancia's first band it's right up there with Lancia it's cool that Retrospect Records re-issued this on CD love Where's Jenny, Stay The Night, Nowhere To Run and Nasty Girls has some killer guitar playing if you like Lancia you'll love Pair-A-Dice.

From: juan carlos Date: February 22, 2009 at 22:07
Yep, Cool HardRock Album.. "Where's Jenny" My favorite track and "Stay The Night" are mine, good Paulīs voice/Riffs/Choruses, "I'll Be There For You" is the ballad, just ok. 8/10

From: Metal T Date: April 22, 2009 at 21:18
Vintage hard rock/metal from the strip here...Lancia was a solid frontman and could belt it out.Good tunes,nice guitar work,cool band and although the sound is kinda rough in spots,still a nice listen.Prefer the Lancia 'S/T' album over this but not bad.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 15, 2010 at 22:45
Ok an album that could have been stronger with a more skilled vocalist(quite strange because Paul Lancia sang great in Lancia's self titled album) but anyway still has some good moments..."Stay The Night" solid one,"Nasty Girls" is a goodie one,"Nowhere To Run" catchy and with an AOR flavour,"Midnight Train" solid too and "I'll Be There For You" ends the mini album romatically...precious ballad...Metal T's comment about Paul Lancia is accurate,in here,i don't know,he doesn't sound too strong but weak instead..anyway find out by yourselves.85/100.


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