Finnish rockers HANOI ROCKS have posted sound clips from their upcoming CD, "Another Hostile Takeover", at their new official web site, HanoiRocks.info.
Due in Finland on March 30, "Another Hostile Takeover" is the group's first album to feature guitarist Conny Bloom (SILVERGINGER 5, ex-ELECTRIC BOYS), who joined the band last year.
According to published reports, "Center of My Universe" is a song that HANOI ROCKS guitarist Andy McCoy wrote sometime ago and but that has never released until now. "No Compromise, No Regrets" was one of the last songs HANOI ROCKS singer Michael Monroe and his late wife Jude Wilder wrote together, while "Dear Miss Lonely Hearts" was originally penned and released by Phil Lynott (THIN LIZZY) in 1980.
"Another Hostile Takeover" track listing:
02. Back In Yer Face
03. Insert I
05. The Devil In You
07. Talk To The Hand
08. Eternal Optimist
09. Insert II
10. No Compromise, No Regrets
11. Reggae Rocker
12. You Make The Earth Move
13. Insert III
14. Better High
15. Dear Miss Lonely Hearts
16. Insert IV
17. Center Of My Universe
18. Heaven Is Gonna Be Empty (Japanese bonus)
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