TESTAMENT Guitarist Premieres Spanish Version Of 'Practice What You Preach' At Tour Opener

A BLABBERMOUTH.NET visitor by the name of Damjan has submitted the following report:

"Went to opening night Thursday [August 31] of the ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO [the band led by TESTAMENT guitarist Alex Skolnick] tour [at The Van Dyck in Schenectady, NY]. They previewed four new songs, including 'Práctica Qué Usted Predica', Spanish for 'Practice What you Preach' [a TESTAMENT classic], 'Tom Sawyer', a SABBATH/original medley 'Western Sabbath', and 'The Lizard', an original. Great version of 'Practice What you Preach'. Brought the house down."

ALEX SKOLNICK TRIO setlist – August 31, 2006 at The Van Dyck in Schenectady, NY:

Set 1:

01. Still Loving You
02. Fear of Flying
03. Western Sabbath
04. Práctica Qué Usted Predica
05. Detroit Rock City

Set 2:

06. Goodbye to Romance
07. Both Feet In
08. Tom Sawyer
09. The Lizard
10. Electric Eye
11. War Pigs


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