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Artist: B.I.T.E

Title: Rock Into The Night

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2012

Label: Self released

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Personnel

Danny Danger Guitars
Elvis B. Vocals
Lance Lynx Bass
Lizzy Louiz Guitars

Tracks

1.  Rock Into the Night  4:01
2.  Take Me Higher  3:27
3.  I Still Love You  4:27
4.  Dirty Sick Vice  3:54
5.  Burning My Heart  4:27
6.  Rock Pride  4:53
7.  Rainbow in the Sky  2:20
8.  Dreaming of Love  4:27
9.  See You Wild  3:51
  
Total Running Time:  35:47

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: December 23, 2012 at 8:46
How did I beat the South American HH regulars to this one? When I first heard this album a few months back I thought it was a 80's band on ice for years and brought to life through Retrospect Records in 2012. This album screams 80's indulgence in more ways than one, if you didn't notice the zebra skin album cover. The only annoying factor is the annoying band member names(What has 'Dirty Penny' started). I guess the "B" for lead singer Elvis is for Brazil which is a shocker since I didn't pick up any accent with his strong vocals. "Dreaming of Love" is the stand out track with 80's genre finger prints all over it, soaring vocals,gang harmonies and beefy production. With "I Still Love You" Elvis tries to summon CJ Snare for the mandatory ballad. Nothing new here, but for a current day Indy release it's worth tracking down.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 31, 2012 at 17:28
Good album from a South American band!!!...80's influences here and there...basically the whole album offers quality tracks being 1,2,3(solid soft/mid tempo)4,5(AORish),8 & 9 the ones that caught my attention...maybe the vocalist is not that strong but surely it accomplished his job quite decently...80/100


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