Renowned Scottish singer Doogie White, who has worked with such bands as RAINBOW, CORNERSTONE, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, MIDNIGHT BLUE and PRAYING MANTIS and TANK, will be a special guest on PARADISE INC.'s debut album, entitled "Time". Doogie will duet with German singer Carsten "Lizard" Schulz (EVIDENCE ONE, MIDNITE CLUB, ex-DOMAIN) on the song "Not In Paradise', which closes the CD.

PARADISE INC., featuring Brazilian musicians Rick A. (bass), Allan Juliano (drums), Marcos Peres and De Grigo (guitars), along with singer Carsten "Lizard" Schulz, is putting finishing the touches on the album, which is currently being mixed by Scottish composer and producer Paul Logue (EDEN'S CURSE, CRY HAVOC, DAVID READMAN).

"Time" features the Italian keyboard player Alessandro Del Vecchio, who has worked with GLENN HUGHES, EDGE OF FOREVER, EDEN'S CURSE, TIME MACHINE and MOONSTONE PROJECT.

A clip of Doogie White talking about PARADISE INC. can be viewed below.

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