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The 6th Sense

by M.I.C.

Classic Rock, Melodic Rock
Genre: Rock: 80's Rock
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1. Time to Rock & Roll
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2. I Need Your Love
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3. Blast off to Mars
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4. Never Break Away
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5. Take Me to the Stars
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6. Do You Still Love Me
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7. Love Hate
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8. Rumours
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9. Every Day Every Way
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Album Notes
Ever enduring, ever progressing, MIC has been, is, and always will be, a band on a mission – to
rock the world. While consistently staying true to its signature sound, the band continues to push
its boundaries with enhanced sound, embellished vocals, and varying styles as it unleashes their
6th studio album, “6th Sense.”

Reminiscent of the 70’s and early 80’s, MIC is often compared to the likes of Cheap Trick, Thin
Lizzy, Keith Richards, AC/DC and KISS. Contrary to other “wannabe bands,” however, MIC sets
itself apart by delivering authentic, upbeat rock. While remaining true to its roots, the band at the
same time holds its own on the contemporary hard rock scene. Among diverse styles, tempos &
sound, the always-present, feel-good, tipsy vibe in each riff and track are prominent & inescapable.

No high or low has ever deterred M.I.C. from consistently racking up a substantial list of
accomplishments. Since the band’s inception in 2004 in Chengdu, China, M.I.C. has enjoyed
extensive radio airplay across continents, given live television performances broadcasted to
millions, enjoyed countless reviews in international publications, and accumulated an army of
undying fans who have carried the banner of MIC for over a decade. From small clubs in Japan to
headlining festivals in China, MIC continues to expand its borders. Most recently, M.I.C. boasts
notable performances in venues such as the renowned Richmond Centre for the Performing Arts
an appearance at the famed “Blast to the Past” show.

Since relocating to Toronto, Canada in 2012, the band has retained the same members, further
establishing itself as a staying force in the music world. The present lineup remains as: Yvon Serre
on lead guitars and vocals (Becuz, Yvon Serre Group, The Harry Straight Band), Dennis Papadatos
on Bass (Natalie Cole, Loverboy, Dixie Chicks) , Emilo Meleca on drums (Skip Tracer, Scarecrow)
Silvio Potito on Keyboards (Perfect Strangers), and Mike O'Neil on backup Vocals and Guitar
(Wednesday). Added to the mix of the “6th Sense” album is the talent of several accomplished
international players that help deliver one of MIC’s strongest albums to date.

Always acting locally, but thinking globally, “6th Sense” advances M.I.C’.s unique sound & positive
energy from the streets of Toronto to digital downloads across the world. Additionally, plans are
being made to tour in Canada, China, Japan, and parts of Europe in 2016 and 2017. For more
information on MIC, please their Websites



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Paul Michaud (Chalet)

Holy kitchen sink, Batman!!
Holy kitchen sink, Batman!!
This is probably one of the best produced M.I.C. CD yet.
The songwriting is focused, vocals are tight.
I hear spirits of the great rock legends like Queen with nice layers of guitar riffs and vocals,
and fast race-paced rocking chords like Alice Cooper, Boston, and also some unexpected riffs à la Rage Against The Machine.
All of the tracks are great to listen to driving on the highway… and better keep checking your speedometer.
This CD steamrolls non-stop, and sounds like Yvon had poured every ounce of sweat, time and inspiration from his heart to his fretboard
and right down to the oomph of his rocking soles.
Big congrats to M.I.C. on this one.

Kaj Roth (Palace of Rock)

the strongest album so far from M.I.C.
In this age of streams and mp3 downloads, it´s always nice to receive a physical CD from an artist that wants to be reviewed.
Canadian rocker Yvon Serre and his Made In China have been around playing rock and roll since 2004 and this year they are releasing their 6th album simply called "6th sense" which is the strongest album so far from M.I.C.
We get 9 new songs and they are truly keeping it safe, this band is just like AC/DC and refuse to change direction in sound. If you heard their previous albums, you know what you´re gonna get.
We´re talking a mix of classic rock, power pop and AOR where Yvon has managed to write his best songs yet.
For fans of Mott The Hoople, 7th Heaven,Waltham.
(+) Upbeat melodic rock that will get the party started
(-) They won´t make rocknroll history with this record

Branimir Lokner (Time Machine Music)

A week ago, I have received a CD from the good friend of mine – Yvon Serre vocalist, guitarist and author of M.I.C. (Made In China) band.
This is the actual 6th album of the group, previously based in China, but featuring the members from all over the world.
Yvon and his comrades are faithful to one sort of melodic rock/AOR approach, and all of M.I.C. albums had a similar style, sound, production…One old school views are also presented in material of the group, as same as atmosphere, comparable to good old days of golden 70’s and 80’s period as well.

Actual product – „6th Sense“ consisting of 9 tracks in, posses maybe a more melodicity than previous releases, maybe less hard rock includings, but kept a modern production work, and interesting arrangements too. Presented songs are pretty listenable, have a radio friendly using, and it seems that band succesfully combined one old school flavour with nowadays standards.
M.I.C. with actual album has showed that fresh ideas are, as same as realizations, still on its side. Recommendable!!!

Gordy Carlson (Trouble Tribe Japan)

I got it!!
I got it!! I was rummaging through my CDs this morning, disappointed that there was NOTHING that interested me. Before I got in my car, I opened the mailbox and found your CD in there. I cranked it up the whole way to work for a nice ride. Cheers, my friend!

On first listen, I can't find any fault in it. The production seems better than ever and it sounds very professional. Your guitar sound really impresses me as always, but whoever did the mastering and compression did a great job. The familiar riffs stay true to Yvon/MIC yet there are some fresh things in there without the artist trying hard to diversify the music or stray from what you do best. It's a very true-to-yourself album and there is no reason why it should not be your most successful album to date. There are a few hit songs in there for sure. Thanks also for including my name in the thanks. That was generous of you!

I'm at work now, but I'll touch base with you again later. Thanks so much for this treasured CD!