Former WHITE LION singer Mike Tramp's debut album as a solo artist, "Capricorn", saw the light of day 20 years ago back in 1998. Now the right time has come properly reissue the LP.
Tramp says: "22 years ago, I walked into a recording studio in Reno, Nevada to record my first solo album. I was both curious and nervous. Did I have style, did I have a sound. Now looking back after 10 solo albums. 'Capricorn' is the foundation of every album I have done ever since, it is Mike Tramp, it makes me proud".
The 2018 reissue of "Capricorn" will be made available on November 2 via Target Records in the following formats: white limited-edition LP (500 copies only), CD and digital. The album has been remastered at Medley Studios in Copenhagen and the artwork carefully restored and refreshed.
In connection with the release of "Capricorn", Tramp will perform two exclusive "Capricorn" shows at Zeppelin Rock Bar in Copenhagen on October 31 and November 1. Only 50 tickets available each day (contact [email protected] to purchase tickets).
The "Capricorn" 2018 version can be pre-ordered now on limited white LP, CD (signed personally by Tramp) and also a new "Capricorn" t-shirt design is available at the official Mike Tramp webshop.
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