Swedish hard rock/AOR act STREET TALK will enter the studio on February 22nd to start work on their as-yet-untitled third album for a September release through MTM Music. The follow-up to last year's Transition CD will be “slightly more up-tempo and harder-edged style compared to the previous albums, but still very melodic.” The vocals on the upcoming CD will be handled by Hugo (ex-OPEN SKYZ and VALENTINE) and Göran Edman (ex-MALMSTEEN, NORUM, KHARMA), while the material will be co-written by keyboard player Fredrik Bergh, Hugo and Göran Edman. The album will be recorded between February-May 2002 at three different studios located in Bollnas (Sweden), Stockholm (Sweden) and New York (USA).
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