Vocalist extraordinaire Jeff Scott Soto (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, TALISMAN) has completed 13 tracks for his upcoming solo album, "Lost In the Translation".
The album's release — planned for mid-September — will be preceded by an EP entitled "Believe In Me", which will also include four non-album tracks entitled "As I Do 2 U", "This Ain't The Love", "Lonely Shade Of Blue", "Still Be Loving You" (co-written with Ricky Phillips of BAD ENGLISH and STYX fame) and the video for the title track, "Believe In Me" (co-written with Neal Schon of JOURNEY and featuring Neal himself on guitars). The "Believe In Me" EP will be released on July 23 through Frontiers Records.
"Lost In The Translation" is tentatively set to include the following tracks, among others:
01. Believe In Me
03. Dulce Lady
04. If This Is The End
05. Lost In The Translation
06. Soul Divine
07. Doing Time
08. Find Our Way
09. On My Own
10. Beginning 2 End
11. Turned The Page
12. High Time
Upcoming Jeff Scott Soto U.K. dates:
May 13 - London, UK - Underworld
May 15 - Brentford, UK - Stripes
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