STEELER: Anthology Collection Featuring YNGWIE MALMSTEEN Due Out This Month
Deadline Records has set a January 31 release date for STEELER's "Metal Generation - The Steeler Anthology". The collection will feature never-before-released bootlegs of legendary Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen in his first American band. The set includes rare photos, demos, unreleased tracks and the best hard rock nostalgia money can buy.
"Metal Generation - The Steeler Anthology" track listing:
01. Cold Day in Hell (original single version)
02. Take Her Down (original single B-side)
03. American Metal (exclusive track)
04. Out to Get You (exclusive track)
05. Ready to Explode (previously unreleased)
06. Hot On Your Heels
07. On the Rox (live)
08. Backseat Driver (live)
09. Victim of the City (live - previously unreleased)
10. Yngwie Is God (Guitar Solo From Hell) (live)
11. Band Introduction (live)
12. Excited (live - previously unreleased)
13. Dying in Love (previously unreleased)
14. Last Chance to Rock (previously unreleased)
15. Metal Generation (previously unreleased)
16. Serenade (new Ron Keel acoustic version 2005)
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