Intice – Taste The Night [1989]

7042501Country USA          

Style Sleaze Glam/Hard Rock

Rating 70/100

Band Members Patrick St. Michael – Lead vocals,guitar, Jeff Vitolo – Lead/acoustic guitar,backing vocals, Jimmy Slevin – Drums,backing vocals, Vinnie Granese – Bass,backing vocals

Tracks 01. Induction To Seduction, 02. Taste the Night, 03. Give It Up, 04. Fall in Love, 05. Get It Good, 06. Gimme Love, 07. Anything For Me, 08. Pay Your Dues, 09. Dead Tonight

Profile Intice hailed from Tampa Bay formed in the middle 80s with two releases. They debuted in 1987 with their self-titled album and two years later a second released was coming under the title “Taste the Night” through Nite Train Records. Sleaze glam band in the vein of Motley Crue, Ratt, Wicked Kin and the likes.  These guys really came out to rock with some killer tracks like “Taste The Night”, “Pay Your Dues” and “Fall In Love”, with the first two to be released as the bands’ promo videos. Unfortunately I expected something more as the opening instrument song presaged me for something better but the album has thin production, weak songs and blah-blah guitars. Later Jeff Vitolo and Vinnie Granese joined Roxx Gang. If you are in the vein of the bands I mention above and die hard collector you may start searching for this record….

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  1. Bill Preece says:

    I use to work for this Band as a Stage Hand before Vinnie Joined he was in a group Called Sweet16 and the Bass Player before Vinnie which was who actually recorded the tracks was Michael Allen. Warren Wyatt of Wyatt Management managed them. He also Managed Saigon Kick, Autodrive, and Crimson Glory. Jeff Vitolo went on to the Mojo Guru’s for a bit then him and bassist Michael Allen was doing a Southern Rock/Rockabilly group called The Dive Bar Stalkers, then after that band had split up a few years ago now Jeff has now formed Jeff Vitolo & The Quarter Mile Rebels. You can find them on facebook… Also for a brief time Jeff was with a group called Tyger Tyger with former Crimson Glory Singer Tony Weiss and Guitarist Mark Severns of Alias, Reno Rojas on Bass who played also with Walk the Chalk and Jon Oliva in Dr. Butcher with Jon Oliva, Guitarist Chris Caffery, John Osbourne on Drums.

    Tampa Bay had some of the best Bands and Variety of Music next to L.A.

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