Rest in Sleaze

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Rest in Sleaze
Studio album by Crashdiet
Released May 20, 2005
Recorded 2004-2005
Genre Glam metal, hard rock, Sleaze rock
Length 35:50
Label Universal Music
Producer Platform, Grizzly/Tysper
Crashdiet chronology
Crashdïet
(2003)
Rest in Sleaze
(2005)
The Unattractive Revolution
(2007)
Singles from Rest in Sleaze
  1. "Riot in Everyone"
    Released: February 14, 2005
  2. "Knokk 'Em Down"
    Released: May 23, 2005
  3. "Breakin' the Chainz"
    Released: August 15, 2005
  4. "It's a Miracle"
    Released: November 14, 2005

"Rest in Sleaze" is the debut album by Swedish glam metal band Crashdïet. The album was produced by Platform (Chris Laney and Anders Ringman) and Grizzly/Tysper (Gustav Jonsson and Tommy Tysper). The album debuted at #12 on the Swedish album chart. The band released four singles from the album; "Riot in Everyone", "Knokk 'Em Down", "Breakin' the Chainz", and "It's a Miracle".

It's the first and only album that features late singer Dave Lepard, who committed suicide in 2006.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Dave Lepard

No. Title Music Length
1. "Knokk 'em Down"   Lepard 3:36
2. "Riot in Everyone"   Martin Sweet, Lepard 3:57
3. "Queen Obscene / 69 Shots"   Lepard 3:45
4. "Breakin' the Chainz"   Sweet, Lepard 3:01
5. "Needle in Your Eye"   Sweet, Lepard 3:48
6. "Tikket"   Lepard 3:33
7. "Out of Line"   Lepard 3:42
8. "It's a Miracle"   Sweet, Lepard 3:29
9. "Straight Outta Hell"   Sweet, Lepard 2:59
10. "Back on Trakk"   Sweet, Lepard 3:40
Japanese version
No. Title Music Length
11. "Tomorrow" (Demo) Lepard 4:10
12. "Riot in Everyone" (Demo) Sweet, Lepard 4:11
13. "Riot in Everyone" (Video)   3:56
14. "Private Shit" (Exclusive Video Footage)   9:06

Personnel[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Album[edit]

Year Chart Position
2005 Sweden 12[1]

Singles[edit]

Name Year Chart Position at peak
Riot in Everyone 2005 Sweden 33
Knokk' Em Down 2005 Sweden 57
Breakin the Chainz 2005 Sweden 47
It's a Miracle 2005 Sweden

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