CRADLE OF FILTH: Expanded Edition Of 'Nymphetamine' To Receive U.K. Release In February
Roadrunner Records U.K. has set a February 21, 2005 release date for an expanded special edition of CRADLE OF FILTH's "Nymphetamine". The package, which will include new and expanded artwork, will feature a second disc containing two new tracks, three cover tunes, plus two remixes, one of the album's title track along with the video for the track as an enhanced element.
Included among the covers is a remake of committed Christian, Sir Cliff Richard's 1976 hit "Devil Woman", with guest vocals by the infamous King Diamond. The band will be creating an animated video for the track based upon the characters created in the "Dominator" animated movie and comic series (to which lead singer Dani Filth offers his vocal talents). Also included is a cover of OZZY OSBOURNE's "Mr. Crowley""Prey" and "Soft White Throat". Rounding out the collection is a remix of "Nymphetamine", featuring band vocalist Sarah Jezebel Diva; the original version, which featured vocals from Liv Kristine Espenaes of LEAVES' EYES and a remix of "Filthy Little Secret" by Rob Caggiano.
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