'Waking Up Dead' Soundtrack Available For Purchase
The soundtrack from Fabio Jafet's new movie, "Waking Up Dead", the new documentary starring former SAIGON KICK/SKID ROW drummer Phil Varone, is now available for purchase and download from www.albumunderground.com. The soundtrack features tracks from TEMPLE OF BRUTALITY — the new band featuring former MEGADETH/current F5 bassist David Ellefson, W.A.S.P. drummer Stet Howland, guitarist Peter Scheithauer (BELLADONNA, KILLING MACHINE) and vocalist Todd Barnes (13-A) — and former SAIGON KICK frontman Matt Kramer, among others. The complete track listing for the effort is as follows:
01. CREASE – "Ordinary"
02. MINDFLOWER - "Goodbye"
03. TEMPLE OF BRUTALITY - "Already Dead"
04. MATT KRAMER - "Change"
05. BEFORE BRAILLE - "Thread the Line"
06. RANDY COLEMAN - "Shine"
07. THE ADAM JASON BAND - "These Days"
08. THE MINOR FALL - "See You Around"
09. FIVESPEED - "Blackened Crisis"
10. MATT KRAMER & PHIL VARONE - "Just Hold On"
"Waking up Dead" takes the viewer through four turbulent years in the life of Varone, former drummer for the rock bands SAIGON KICK and SKID ROW.
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