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Ian Rilen and the Love Addicts – Family from Cuba

Loud Mag, Brian Giffin, 1st November, 2012

Years ago, Sebastian Chase made a promise to his lifelong friend Ian Rilen that he would release three of his albums. Now that the time is right, six years after Rilen’s death, for the last of those to appear, Chase has resurrected the famous Phantom Records to honour that commitment. Rilen didn’t stand for fame or fortune, which is why you probably know his bands – Rose Tattoo, X, Hell to Pay – but not him. Ian Rilen stood for rock n roll, and rock n roll is all over this album, lovingly packaged inside a hardback cover with an 80-page book of photos, art and dedications from those who knew and loved him best.

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