Back in 1988 VICE signed their first major deal with BMG-ARIOLA in Germany. They recorded the first album in Hanover and called it ‘Made for Pleasure’. All started up quite good. The promotion and the collaboration with BMG was excellent, they entered the charts and played many shows all over Europe. Among others Vice supported BONFIRE on their first European tour. Chris Limburg, the main guy in Vice, produced two albums for the German Southern rockers. 10 years later he signed as a solid member in a band called….. BONFIRE.

But back to the 90’s VICE also played several TV shows, festivals, got a huge presence in magazines and radio, they got bigger and more famous by every week. But then the biggest shock you ever can imagine happened to the band….The singer Jan Ghiantinie died within only two month by a sickness called Rheumatic Child Disease. It was really hard to carry on with VICE. Two years later the band found a new singer, Alan Keen, half American with an amazing rock voice. We began with the song writing for a new album and called it ‘Second Excess’. In the middle of the 90’s, VICE released a 3rd album under a new name – VICE became WET PAINT and the album was called ‘Shhh…’.

1.Feel My Body (4:14)
2.Last Day Of War (4:16)
3.Red Light Night (4:06)
4.Trouble In Paradise (3:59)
5.Bad Girl (4:03)
6.Made For Pleasure (3:06)
7.Running (3:56)
8.Rocking All Over The World (4:23)
9.Hot Summer Night Party (4:06)
10.Boys Got The Fever (3:27)
11.Sally (4:43)

Jörg Hargesheimer (guitar)
Christian “YPS” Limburg (guitar)
Peter “PJ” Juhre (bass)
Roland “Spikey” Schmidt (drums)
Jan Ghiantinie (vocals, 1987-88)
Allan Keen (vocals, 1988-90)

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