MOTÖRHEAD's LEMMY To Appear On Solo CD From Ex-SKUNK ANANSIE Guitarist
MOTÖRHEAD's Lemmy Kilmister, ONE MINUTE SILENCE's Brian "Yap" Barry and SKINDRED's Benji are among the singers confirmed to appear on the debut solo offering from former SKUNK ANANSIE guitarist Ace. Titled Still Hungry?, the album will be released on West 46th Records via Snapper Music and will feature an enhanced element with a photo gallery and exclusive films of the artists involved.
The full track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. Jet To California (feat. Jason Perry)
02. Back Up (feat. Benjie)
03. One Way Love (feat. Lemmy)
04. There's No Pleasin' Some People (feat. Saffron)
05. No Fear Of Falling (feat. Shingai Shoniwa)
06. Skiers Of Texas (feat. JJ Burnel)
07. Glass Ceiling (feat. Ben Edwards)
08. Your Face Hurts (feat. Yap)
09. 45 Grave (feat. Cliff Jones)
10. Prisoner (feat. Skye)
11. This Is The Last Time (feat. Smokey Banditz)
12. Mind's Taken Over (feat. Kim Nail)
13. Rogers Exotic Prawn Birds
14. Phoenix (feat. Shingai Shoniwa)
15. We Be (feat. Smokey Banditz)
An exact release date has yet to be announced.
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