CRAZY WORLD, the Finnish band featuring Lauri Porra (STRATOVARIUS, SINERGY, KOTIPELTO) on bass, Mika Järvinen (FIVE FIFTEEN) on vocals, Esa Kotilainen (WIGWAM) on keyboards, Timo Kämäräinen (ISMO ALANKO, BEACON) on guitar/vocals, and Anssi Nykänen (PEKKA POHJOLA, JUKKA TOLONEN, HAVANA BLACK) on drums, will release their debut album in Finland on October 18 via Spinefarm/Universal.
According to an online posting, "The album is full of classic rock and it has the mood that the players were having real fun during the recordings. PURPLE, THE BEATLES during the 'White Album', BOWIE, LED ZEPPELIN, Peter Green's FLEETWOOD MAC, PINK FLOYD, plus everything else and the sound of CRAZY WORLD is here."
The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. No White Marble
02. Welcome to Crazy World
03. Long Hair Wildman Rides Again
04. Poor Alice
05. Out of Me
06. Sweet Little Ugly Duckling
07. Old Tambourine
08. Welcome to Crazy World (Slight Return)
09. Sölvesborg Afternoon
10. Good Times, Bad Times
11. Misery Loves Company
CRAZY WORLD have scheduled a CD-release party on October 18 at The Rocks in Helsinki.
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