Ex-HELLOWEEN Frontman Finalizes Track Listing For New CD

SUPARED, the new group fronted by former HELLOWEEN singer Michael Kiske, have finalized the track listing for their long-awaited debut album (Kiske's third as a solo artist), due in January through Noise/Sanctuary Records. It is as follows:

01. Reconsider (Taraxes/Kiske)
02. Can I Know Now? (Kiske)
03. Let's Be Sun-Like (Kiske)
04. He Pretends (Kiske)
05. Freak-Away (Kiske)
06. Hey (Kiske)
07. Boiling Points Of No Reburn (Kiske)
08. Ride On (Kiske)
09. Hackneyed (Kiske)
10. That's Why (Giampietro/Kiske)
11. A Bit Of Her (Kiske)
12. Overrated (Kiske)
13. Dancers Bug (Kiske)
14. Turn It (Giampietro)

The self-titled effort features songwriting collaborations between Kiske and guitarists Sandro Giampietro and Circio Taraxes, the latter of whom had previously contributed to the singer's first two solo offerings, 1996's Instant Clarity and 1999's Readiness to Sacrifice.

A brand new official web site will soon be launched at www.supared.de and www.supared.com.


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