Whitesnake has released the Cover Art for the Up Coming release, Good To Be Bad.
GOOD TO BE BAD
Can You Hear The Wind Blow
All For Love
All I Want All I Need
Call On Me
Lay Down Your Love
Good To Be Bad
A Fool In Love
Got What You Need
‘Til The End Of Time
Germany: April 18
Europe: April 21
USA/Canada: April 22
Locomotive Records has set a March 4 U.S. release date for “Unlocking the Past” from JORN, the solo project of former MASTERPLAN vocalist Jorn Lande.”Unlocking the Past” includes some previously unreleased cover songs that were originally considered to be “leftovers” or additional bonus tracks for previous JORN albums. Many of them were never included on any official release. Some brand new covers were also recorded specifically for this CD. Dust has been brushed from these recordings; the remix of “Burn”, “The Day the Earth Caught Fire” (which originally appeared on JORN’s solo debut album “Starfire”), and the remastered version of “On and On” (which was supposed to appear on a MILLENIUM covers album a few years back), complete the track listing of the album.
You can hear JORN’s remake of Thin Lizzy’s Cold Sweat below:
Former Nightwish singer Tarja Turunen has released a video for her tune, Die Alive. This is from her new album, My Winter Storm, which is due out on February 26th, 2008.
Quite possibly one of the biggest hard rock anthems of the 1980’s came from Autograph’s Sign In Please. The tune Turn Up The Radio, was a top 30 hit, and helped push the album Sign in Please to Platinum level status.
It has been a while since I revisited this disc, but I always had fond memories of Autograph, so I decided to dust this one off and give it a few more spins.
Listening to this disc in 2008, I have the tendency to want to rip on this disc. The material here definitely sounds dated, and the song writing is pure cheese. With that being said, I still enjoy this record somewhat, maybe not as much as I did 24 years ago, but it is still listenable.
The cuts Send Her To Me, Turn Up The Radio, Nine Teen & Non Stop, and My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend Isn’t Me are certainly catchy. This disc does have a few filler tracks, but nothing is absolutely terrible.
Sign in Please is quite a bit more pop than it is metal, but is still worth giving a spin every once in a while.
If you haven’t tired of the song Turn Up The Radio, it is almost worth the price of admission, when you pick up Sign in Please.
Rating:Out of 10
1. Send Her To Me
2. Turn Up The Radio
3. Night Teen & Non-Stop
4. Cloud 10
5. Deep End
6. My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend Isn’t Me
7. Thrill Of Love
9. In The Night
10. All I’m Gonna Take
Steve Plunkett – Lead Vocals and Guitar
Steve Lynch – Guitars
Randy Rand – Bass & Vocals
Keni Richards – Drums
Steven Isham – Keyboards & Vocals