Rat Pak Records has set a March 26 release for LYNCH MOB's "Unplugged (Live From Sugar Hill Studios)". The CD was recorded at historic Sugar Hill Studios in downtown Houston, Texas during the filming of "Slow Drag", the video from the band's highly successful Rat Pak release "Sound Mountain Sessions". Produced by renowned Houston engineer Dan Workman, "Unplugged" features rare acoustic versions of "Wicked Sensation", "River Of Love", "Where Do You Sleep At Night", "All I Want" and also includes a 15-minute bonus interview track. The entire performance was also filmed by producer Ross W. Wells (Zen Film) for an upcoming episode of "Live From Sugar Hill Studios", due out in early 2013, and is sponsored by Vitamin Water.
"Unplugged" features George Lynch (guitars), Oni Logan (vocals), Robbie Crane (bass), Brian Tichy (guitar) and Tyson Sheth on percussion.
Featuring the tracks:
* River Of Love * Where Do You Sleep At Night * All I Want * Wicked Sensation * Bonus Interview Track
A video for the song "River Of Love" can be seen below.
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