Serious Pleasure: Serious Pleasure

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Track List

01 Ain't That Enough
02 Caroline
03 I Can't Wait
04 Kiss The Child
05 Sell Me
06 Sell Me (Version 2)
07 Understood
08 Victim Of

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Serious Pleasure is:

Jace White - Guitar & Vocals
Paul Preshaw - Keyboards
Bruce Nelson - Guitar
John Castellano - Bass
Mike (Spud) Peterson - Drums

Serious Pleasure was formed in 1986 by former Antix guitarist/singer Jace White.

The original line up consisted of White on vocals and lead guitar, bassist Dave E. Weeks, who had a brief stint with Hollywood Rose, the precursor of Guns n' Roses, drummer Paul Preshaw, and guitarist Mark Silver.

The band later recruited Mike (Spud) Peterson from Mickey Knight (featuring Mark Knight of Bang Tango fame) on drums while Preshaw switched to keyboards full time.

The band gained significant popularity on the Sunset Strip for a couple of years, co-headlining with various bands, the most popular being Warrant, who actually approached the band with the offer to use the ballad "Ain't that Enough" to be featured on their debut album, but White decided to turn them down at the time.

The final line up consisted of Jace, Mike, Bruce Nelson on guitar and John Castellano on bass.

The band's last demo was recorded in 1989 and featured their own version of the song Caroline, which was also on the Antix album "Get Up, Get Happy". Their last gig was at the Roxy (on the Sunset Strip) in 1990 where B.J. Norris from Antix re-united with Jace to fill in on bass.