JEFF SCOTT SOTO To Resurface With Live Album, New TALISMAN CD

Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN singer Jeff Scott Soto's new solo live album, "Live At The Gods 2002", and the new TALISMAN album, "Cats & Dogs" (featuring Soto), are both scheduled for a May 1 Japanese release through King Records.

The complete track listing for "Live At The Gods 2002" is as follows:

01. Your Heart (intro)
02. Let Me Entertain You
03. Break Your Chains
04. How Long
05. Love Parade/drum solo
06. Stand Up
07. Eyes Of Love
08. Warrior
09. Again 2 Be Found
10. I'll Be Waiting
11. Mysterious
12. Crazy
13. 4 U
14. Nobody Said It Was Easy
15. Just Between Us
16. Stranded
17. Don't Let It End
18. On The Run Again
19. I'm A Viking
20. I'll See The Light Tonight

The track listing for "Cats & Dogs" is as follows:

01. Skin On Skin
02. Outta My Way
03. In Make Believe
04. Love Will Come Again
05. Break It Down
06. Friend 2 Strangers
07. Sorry
08. Trapped
09. M.O.M.
10. Wherever, Whenever, Whatever
11. Lost In The Wasteland
12. Time
13. Hell In Paradise


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