YNGWIE MALMSTEEN: 'The Genesis' To Receive U.S. Release In August

Legendary Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force Records will release "The Genesis", a collection of Malmsteen's early recordings, in the U.S. on August 25, 2009. Originally issued in Japan in 2002, "The Genesis" consists of very early versions of songs (recorded in 1980 around the time when Malmsteen was 16 or 17 years old) which were later reworked for compositions on albums throughout Yngwie's career. The CD will contain a bonus video from the same era.

"The Genesis" track listing:

01. Birth Of The Sun (9:25)
02. Plague In Lucifer's Mind (4:30)
03. Dying Man (8:47)
04. Black Music Suite Op.3 (instrumental) (12:52)
05. Merlin's Castle (4:55)
06. Voodoo Nights (instrumental) (8:42)
07. Hello (1:51)
08. Voodoo Child (jam) (12:18)
09. On A Serious Note (instrumental) (5:54)

To pre-order and to check out audio samples, go to Amazon.com.

(Thanks: NJthrasher)


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