H.I.M. Frontman Guests On MANNA Album; Audio Available

H.I.M. frontman Ville Valo has recorded a guest appearance on the debut album from Finnish singer Manna, who also happens to be H.I.M. guitarist Mikko "Linde" Lindstrom's wife. The track "Just for Tonight" can be found on the "Sister" album, which was released on May 9 in Finland. The CD was produced and mixed by Kalle Gustafsson (THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES) at the Svenska Grammofonstudion.

To check out Manna's duet with Ville Valo, click here (courtesy of H.I.M. fan site h-i-m666.com).

"Sister" track listing:

01. Stars
02. Ending and Leaving
03. Eliza
04. Just For Tonight (feat. Ville Valo)
05. Lost
06. I Gave In
07. Sing For You
08. Sister
09. Black And Blue
10. In The Book Of Love
11. Can't Stop Me Now (available with iTunes version)

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For more information on Manna, visit www.myspace.com/mannamariam.

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