Ex-ADLER'S APPETITE Singer TARSHA Completes Work On 'Divine Universe'
TARSHA, the band led by former ADLER'S APPETITE lead vocalist Sheldon Tarsha, has completed work on its new album, "Divine Universe". According to a press release, "Divine Universe" features "10 killer tracks, all freshly mixed and mastered, ready for mass consumption! TARSHA is currently accepting licensing and distribution offers for the worlwide release of 'Divine Universe' in early 2008."
"Divine Universe" track listing:
01. Second Life
02. Blind World Suicide
03. Mess It Up
04. Slow Down
05. Another Day
06. All Tied Up
07. Sonic Sedition
08. Hit The Bottom
09. Here We Go
10. Endless Soul
The "Second Life" single features lyrics that were inspired by the 3-D social networking website called Second Life, Tarsha gives fans a strong dose of his signature modern-rock sound while focusing attention to the growing phenomenon of online "metaverses," 3-D societies that exist in cyberspace.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/tarsharock.
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