JOE LYNN TURNER: 'The Usual Suspects' Track Listing Revealed

Frontiers Records has announced the details of the highly anticipated new studio album from Joe Lynn Turner (ex-RAINBOW, DEEP PURPLE), entitled "The Usual Suspects".

The album was produced by Bob Held and Joe Lynn Turner and will feature a host of well-known faces (hence the album title "The Usual Suspects" because many of his favorite friends/musicians wrote songs for and play on it) such as: Al Pitrelli (MEGADETH, SAVATAGE) and Karl Cochran (ACE FREHLEY) on guitar, David Z on bass, John O'Reilly on drums, Paul Morris and Andy Burton on keyboards with Nancy Bender helping out with some background vocals.

"The Usual Suspects" track listing (not final order):

01. All Alone
02. Devil's Door
03. Really Loved
04. Rest of My Life
05. Unfinished Business
06. Blood Money (exclusive bonus track for Europe)
07. Into the Fire
08. Jacknife
09. Ball and Chain
10. Live and Love Again
11. Power of Love

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