John Corabi (MÖTLEY CRÜE, RATT, UNION) and Ted Poley (DANGER DANGER) have been added to the list of guest musicians appearing on the new CD from Christian rockers LIBERTY N' JUSTICE. Described as a "full-production acoustic rock record," "Independence Day" will feature 12 "all-star singers" on 11 songs. The CD is once again being produced by Mike Layne and is scheduled for mid-2007 release. Other vocalists confirmed to appear on the CD include Jack Russell (GREAT WHITE), Jamie Rowe (GUARDIAN), Kelly Keeling (BATON ROUGE), David Raymond Reeves (NEON CROSS), Mark and Shannon Hovland (HOVLAND), Jani Lane (WARRANT), and Jaime St. James (WARRANT, BLACK 'N BLUE).
"Independence Day" track listing:
01. Doubting Thomas (John Corabi)
02. Monkey Dance (Jack Russell)
03. Soldier (TBA)
04. My Sacrifice (TBA)
05. Phoenix (TBA)
06. Independence Day (Kelly Keeling)
07. Meet My Monster (TBA)
08. Praying For A Miracle (Ted Poley)
09. Fade (Jamie Rowe
10. Bullet, Train, Breakdown (Jaime St. James)
11. Addiction (Jani Lane)
12. Wake The Dead (TBA)
13. Snake Eat Snake (David Raymond Reeves)
14. Alittle Bit Of Love (Mark & Shannon Hovland)
Additional guest musicians:
Jerry Dixon (WARRANT)
Don Webster (NEON CROSS)
For audio samples, visit www.myspace.com/libertynjustice2.
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