THE SCREAM Live Album Scrapped

Due to "legal reasons related to clearance rights," the previously announced live album by THE SCREAM — featuring John Corabi on lead vocals prior to joining MÖTLEY CRÜE, and former RACER X guitarist Bruce Bouillet on lead guitar — will NOT be seeing the light of day after all. The seven-song live recording that slated to be included on the CD was recorded for KNAC in 1992, and marked one of Corabi's last gigs with the group before leaving to join the CRÜE. Entitled "The Scream Live - The Official Bootleg", the CD was to feature the following track listing:

01. Outlaw
02. Give It Up
03. I Believe In Me
04. Father, Mother, Son
05. Man In The Moon
06. Catch Me If You Can
07. Lick And A Promise

In addition to THE SCREAM material, the album was to include four or five bonus tracks by John Corabi marking various points in his career, from ANGORA up through the present day.

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