OSI: Vinyl Version Of New EP Due Next Week
Burning Shed has set an October 9 release date for the vinyl version of the new OSI (OFFICE OF STRATEGIC INFLUENCE) EP, featuring three remixes of "Free" album tracks. InsideOut Music will release a CD version of the EP, which will also include a video for the song "Free" directed by Andreas Nilsson. The EP track listing is as follows:
01. Go (Console remix)
02. Kicking (Theron Patterson remix)
03. Home Was Good (Kevin Moore remix)
The "Go" remix was created by Martin Gretschmann (a.k.a. Console), keyboardist and programmer of NOTWIST. Theron Patterson is a co-writer on CHROMA KEY's "Graveyard Mountain Home" and KEVIN MOORE's "Ghost Book" and "Memory Hole".
To oder a vinyl copy of the new OSI EP, click here.
OSI features in its ranks FATES WARNING guitarist Jim Matheos, ex-DREAM THEATER keyboardist Kevin Moore and DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy. The band's "Free" album features a guest appearance on five tracks by FATES WARNING/ARMORED SAINT bassist Joey Vera. A special-edition double CD of "Free" was released in Europe in April.
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