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Slyce - Slyce (CD, 1990, 4PM Records, USA) RARE
Slyce - Slyce (CD, 1990, 4PM Records, USA) RARE
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Slyce

Slyce

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Category: AOR / Lite Melodic Rock

Year: 1990

Label: 4PM Records

Catalog Number: PMD-9001

Average Rating: 77 / 100 (4 ratings)

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Personnel
Slyce lead and backing vocals
Joe Lynn Turner guest vocals
Leslie West guitars
Hugh McCracken guitars
Ron Mannino drums, percussion
Joe Franco drum programming
Ritchie Fliegler guitars
George Small synthesizers
D.A. Biglin synthesizers, synth bass
Roy McDonald synthesizers
Mick Kelly backing vocals
Jim Brown backing vocals
Christine Lanzalotto backing vocals
Curtis King backing vocals
Brenda White King backing vocals
Joe Vidala backing vocals
Guy Parker backing vocals
Jeff Kent backing vocals
Jack Fellers backing vocals
Tracks
1.  Leave It Alone  3:10
2.  Just in Love  3:30
3.  With You/Without You  3:43
4.  Isn't It All a Lie  3:10
5.  Which Way  3:04
6.  I Love You So Much (Even Though)  3:15
7.  Lifetime  3:00
8.  Pretty Lady  2:24
9.  Lately  3:19
10.  Everytime  3:52
11.  Sh-Boom  3:38
12.  I Got a New Girl  2:40
13.  Rose-Anne  3:20
14.  Good For You  3:30
15.  Cutest Girl  3:15
  
Total Running Time:  48:50

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From: colin Date: June 19, 2002 at 21:24
slyce is the most hardcore and amazing artist of all time...EVER! his music rules on so many levels. its deep, flowing, weaving lyrics draw in your heart and pull you on an emotional rollercoaster while listening to the album. it is just super cool.

From: Slyce Date: August 29, 2002 at 22:54
I found this site tonight and was touched by the comments I read about the music I made and recorded for this cd. Since then, I have continued to record, but have not released any new songs. Maybe I should... I wonder what you think.. PSlyce@aol.com

From: Eve Date: November 10, 2002 at 14:13
You are not Slyce. You Fake all the time. Slyce, the real band from Canada are the godfathers of groove core. Fuck off with your shitty hard rock.FUUUUUUCCCKKKEEERRR

From: samnmatt Date: February 1, 2003 at 19:55
My friend and I are dj's on our school radio station and we have some Slyce Promos and we absolutly love him. He makes us very happy and we know all the words and we sing along. We like to have what we call a Slyceathon!. We play "Just In Love" and "Isn't It All A Lie" and we talk about how cool he is and how we would love to meet him. So Slyce, you are the man and if you read this post another message back to samnmatt because you rule!

From: Slyce Date: February 18, 2003 at 19:12
SamnMatt Thanks for your kind comments. If you post your address for mailing we'll send you other songs I have recorded. Let me know. Lets keep in touch. Slyce

From: gener8tr Date: May 3, 2004 at 11:31
This is the caffeine-free / low-carb version of Airkraft's "In The Red." Very much the same vocal style, but a little light in the shorts when it comes to musical punch. I was expecting screaming guitars and hard hitting bass lines... What I got was a lot of soft keyboards. Actually, this recording is closer to Air Supply than Airkraft; but Slyce does sound very much like Dave Saindon.

From: BIG-TIME Date: November 10, 2006 at 16:50
This is complete and utter crud, sound's like something from Grease. Can't believe this is classed as Hard Rock if you like 50's type influence combined with poor AOR song writing you will like this, for me this should not be on this site...KEEP ROCKIN ALL!!!

From: Evil Rick Date: January 24, 2014 at 9:01
Had this spinning today and all I could think is, "wow this is some light, light rock". A few songs almost border on smooth jazz IMO, especially when the sax kick in. I was definitely expecting something a little on the heavier side but honestly this just is not an album I would consider hard rock, maybe AOR, and not very good AOR at that.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 24, 2016 at 18:55
A kind album..a "slice" of smoothie Pop/Pompish songs with a taste of AOR but superficially...Styx & Ole Evenrude maybe?...plenty of nice songs such as tracks 1,2,3( ),4,6,7,8,10,12,14 & 15...enjoyable to listen while drinking a glass of fine wine...85/100


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