HUGHES TURNER PROJECT To See Light Of Day In Early February!

The long-awaited collaboration between former DEEP PURPLE/BLACK SABBATH vocalist Glenn Hughes and ex-RAINBOW/DEEP PURPLE singer Joe Lynn Turner, dubbed HTP (HUGHES TURNER PROJECT), will issue its debut CD in Japan on February 6th. The full track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Devil's Road
02. You Can't Stop Rock'N'Roll
03. Missed Your Name
04. Mystery Of The Heart
05. Sister Midnight
06. Better Man
07. Heaven's Missing An Angel
08. Fade Away
09. Ride The Storm
10. Run Run Run
11. Against The Wall
12. On The Ledge

The musicians appearing on the CD are: Joe Lynn Turner (vocals) Glenn Hughes (vocals, bass) J. J. Marsh (guitars) Vince DiCola (keyboards) and Shane Galaas (drums). Guest musicians include: John Sykes (guitars), Paul Gilbert (guitars) and Akira Kajiyama (guitars). The album was produced by Glenn Hughes, Joe Lynn Turner and Mike Scott.

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