JOE LYNN TURNER Finalizes Track Listing For 'JLT'

Former RAINBOW/DEEP PURPLE frontman Joe Lynn Turner has finalized the track listing for his new solo album, "JLT", due on June 16 through MTM Music.

The follow-up to 2001's "Slam" will contain the following cuts:

01. In Cold Blood
02. Jump Start
03. Dirty Deal
04. Love Don't Live Here
05. Excess
06. Let s Go
07. Cryin' Out Loud
08. Fantasize
09. Blood Fire
10. Drivin' With My Eyes Closed
11. Hit the Switch
12. Reprise

As previously reported, "JTL" sees Turner returning to his bluesy, rock and roll roots and features a sound that is said to be "not as angry" as that on "Slam". The record includes appearances by Al Pitrelli (MEGADETH, SAVATAGE) on guitar and John O'Reilly (RAINBOW) on drums.

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