SICK SPEED's CD Debut To Receive European Release

April 19, 2002

Despite a previously-reported falling out between Atlanta's SICK SPEED and their European label DK Entertainment, DK will go ahead and release the group's debut album—much to the dismay of guitarist Rich Ward (ex-STUCK MOJO). “It will sound terrible because it's a third generation CD copy that he took songs off," Rich was quoted as saying on the band's official web site. "I haven't even seen the artwork. Keith [the owner of DK] was told by Willis [our manager] that we would go forward with the deal when Keith did what he promised in the deal. We didn't just say, ' off'. We said, 'Get your people together and organized and then we will get you the CD masters and approved artwork'. That's the last we heard.”

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