A YouTube clip featuring samples of five songs that will appear on "Reborn In Sleaze: A Tribute To Dave Lepard" can be found below. The clip includes contributions from POMPEI NIGHTS, a young and talented band from Sweden who recently signed with Street Symphonies Records, performing "Back On Trakk"; SPEED STROKE (the new project of ex-JOHNNY BURNING guitar players Niko and D.B.) playing "Riot In Everyone"; SKULL DAZE ("Queen Obscene/69 Shots"), CYANIDE 4 ("Out Of Line") and BLACKRAIN ("Lost Horizons")."Reborn In Sleaze: A Tribute To Dave Lepard" is a special re-recording of CRASHDIET's "Rest In Sleaze" LP to pay tribute to singer David Hellman (a.k.a. Dave Lepard), who committed suicide in January 2006 at the age of 25 The tribute album will be released in late spring via Street Symphonies Records. Street Symphonies Records is the only Italian record label dedicated exclusively to glam/sleaze/hard rock. For more information, visit www.streetsymphonies.com.
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