ANDREAS KISSER, ALEX SKOLNICK, SEBASTIAN BACH Among Musicians Featured On RUSH Tribute CD

SEPULTURA guitarist Andreas Kisser, former TESTAMENT axeman Alex Skolnick, ex-SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach and former WARRANT frontman Jani Lane are among the musicians appearing on the upcoming RUSH tribute album, "Subdivisions", due on March 15 via Magna Carta Records.

The CD, which features pre-mix editing by longtime RUSH producer Terry Brown, contains artwork by Hugh Syme. A complete list of the musicians that perform on the album follows:

Sebastian Bach (SKID ROW)
Robert Berry ("3", AMBROSIA)
Dave Brooks (SLAMMIN' GLADYS)
Dominic Cifarelli (PULSE ULTRA)
Jeff Feldman (PULSE ULTRA)
Stu Hamm (JOE SATRIANI, STEVE VAI)
Daniel J. (Solo Artist, JORDAN RUDESS)
Randy Jackson (ZEBRA)
Andreas Kisser (SEPULTURA)
Jani Lane (WARRANT)
Mike Mangini (EXTREME, STEVE VAI)
Vinnie Moore (Solo Artist, UFO)
Alex Skolnick (Solo Artist, TESTAMENT, TRAN SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA, ATTENTION DEFICIT)
Jeff Stinco (SIMPLE PLAN)
Kip Winger (WINGER)

Rhythm Guitars Tracks - Vinnie Moore
Bass Tracks - Stu Hamm
Drum Tracks - Mike Mangini
Keyboards - Robert Berry
Keyboards - Jeff Feldman
Keyboards - Trent Gardner

Track listing:

01. Distant Early Warning

Lead Vocals: Randy Jackson
Guitar Solo: Daniel J.

02. Lakeside Park

Lead Vocals: Sebastian Bach
Guitar Solo: Daniel J.

03. Limelight

Lead Vocals: Kip Winger
Guitar Solo: Andreas Kisser

04. Subdivisions

Lead Vocals: Randy Jackson
Guitar Solo: Dominic Cifarelli
Keys: Jeff Feldman

05. Different Strings

Lead Vocals: Robert Berry
Guitar Solo: Robert Berry

06. Tom Sawyer

Lead Vocals: Sebastian Bach
Guitar Solo: Dominic Cifarelli
Keys: Jeff Feldman

07. Bastille Day

Lead Vocals: Jani Lane
Guitar Solo: Alex Skolnick

08. A Farewell To Kings

Lead Vocals: Randy Jackson
Guitar Solo: Andreas Kisser

09. Spirit Of the Radio

Lead Vocals: Kip Winger
Guitar Solo: Jeff Stinco

10. Didacts and Narpets

Drums: Mike Mangini

11. 2112 Overture/Temples Of Syrinx

Lead Vocals: Jani Lane
Guitar Solo: Vinnie Moore

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