ENUFF Z'NUFF: 'One More For The Road' Reunion Live Album Due In July
According to antiMusic, Cargo Records has set a July 25 tentative release date for "One More for the Road", the live reunion album from ENUFF Z'NUFF. The album was recorded during the band's August 31, 2003 show at the Cat Club in Hollywood. It was the first full concert that Donnie Vie (vocals, guitar), Derek Frigo (lead guitar) and Vik Foxx had played together in ten years. The show was meant as an intimate performance for friends and family and as a warm-up to a full fledged tour (with Chip Z'nuff; Tim Tame appears on the live CD). Derek and Vik both appeared on the latest ENUFF Z'NUFF album, "?", but Derek Frigo sadly passed away last year before they could launch a reunion tour. The CD is set to include a new studio track, "Mary Jane", featuring the three original members. The track was originally recorded for the "?" album, but Donnie and Vik retracked the song with Derek's guitars for this release. Plans are also in the works for Donnie Vie and Vik Foxx to tour Europe in support of the album in September.
"One More for the Road" track listing:
01. Rock N World
02. For Now
03. Baby Loves You
04. In The Groove
05. Fly High Michelle
06. New Thing
08. Mary Jane
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