Grammy Award-winning producer Bob Kulick and Brett Chassen will produce and mix Los Angeles-based musician/writer Jazan Wild's forthcoming CD "The Carnival's Back in Town". The same team worked together on Jazan's debut CD, "Carnival of Souls", which was released on Halloween of 2006. The CD will feature cover art by Clayton Crain who was the artist on KISS' "Psycho Circus" comic book series for the final 10 or 15 issues (and who now has a exclusive contract with Marvel for Ghost Rider). 13 tracks will appear on the effort, including "Wake up to Reality", the demo version of which was downloaded 23,000 times in China as part a promotion for Stefan Petrucha's ("X-Files" writer) new novel series for Penguin Books. Also scheduled to appear on the CD are the tracks "House of Horrors", "Kiss Forever", "RNR Will Never Die", among others as well as a digital comic book version of "Jazan Wild's Carnival of Souls" and "Jazan Wild's Funhouse of Horrors"."Carnival of Souls" received international acclaim along with the comic book series "Jazan Wild's Carnival of Souls" released through Markosia Enterprises. The music acts as a rock and roll sound track to the comics. The music has also been featured in the very popular digital comic book versions of the series. Bob Kulick and Brett Chassen were recently featured in EQ magazine for all their great work, including the outstanding "Butchering the Beatles" CD for Restless Records.
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