What a start the new label Atenzia has had, first came Harlan Cage and ArcAngel/Canatta and now the new 101 South album. Roger Scott Craig has really been busy lately with the fourth Harlan Cage album and now the second 101 South and it?s just couple of weeks between both releases. Even this time the vocals are taken care by Gregory Lynn Hall and he sings with great power and feeling. The sound is very majestic, pompish and well produced. This is a album that gets better for each time you listen to it and it?s filled with great hooks plus that the keyboards are brilliant throughout the whole album. "Roll Of The Dice" sounds to me more Harlan Cage than the latest Harlan Cage album did and put in traces of Dare?s debut and Calm Before The Storm albums and you know how good this sounds. Out of the 11 tracks on "Roll Of The Dice" I must say that every single song has something to offer. The highlights is the brilliant opening track "What?s Your Game", a pompish journey through AOR Heaven. "Don?t You Stop Believin is a mixture of Dare and Harlan Cage with a pompish chorus with Lynn Hall singing better than ever. The ballad "Dark Cloud On The Horizon" has very much Dare in it with more power and attitude, awesome song. If your digging the debut albums of both Harlan Cage and 101 South then check out "Dance Through The Night", this is a awesome AOR-song with pompish keyboards and a great powerful chorus. I think that this new 101 South album is better than the latest Harlan Cage album. If you own albums with Harlan Cage and 101 South then don?t hesitate to grap a copy of this new brilliant album. I think every AOR home should own a copy of "Roll Of The Dice".