Former WHITE LION Frontman Finalizes Track Listing For 'More To Life Than This'

Former WHITE LION singer Mike Tramp will issue his latest solo CD, entitled "More To Life Than This", in April 2003. The album was recorded at Sweet Silence studios in Copenhagen, Denmark with legendary producer Flemming Rasmussen (METALLICA, DEEP PURPLE) and features a guest appearance by guitarist Todd Wolfe (SHERYL CROW).

"More To Life Than This", which is "going to rock your socks off," according to Tramp, will feature the following track listing:

01. More To Life Than This
02. Lay Day My Life For You
03. Don't Want To Say Goodnight
04. Nothing At All
05. The Goodbye Song
06. Before The Night Comes Down
07. I Won't Let Go
08. The Good, The Sad And The Ugly
09. Day By Day
10. Live For Today
11. Back From The Dead
12. Do It While You Can

A lengthy update from Tramp on his recent touring activities and current band situation has been posted online via his official web site at this location.

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