L.A. GUNS: Tour Dates Announced

L.A. GUNS has announced the following dates in October/November:

Oct. 08 - Hollywood, CA @ Whisky A Go Go
Oct. 31 - Hollywood, CA @ Knitting Factory
Nov. 11 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Pepsi Cola Roadhouse (w/ RATT)
Nov. 25 - San Vincento, CA @ Tap Daddy's

As previously reported, Shrapnel Records has set a September 12 release date for L.A. GUNS' live album, entitled "Loud and Dangerous". This record contains not only some of the band's biggest hits, but is also the first release of live versions of the band's best newer material. As a bonus, the CD includes exclusive live video performances of "Hollywood's Burning" and "It Don't Mean Nothing".

L.A. GUNS emerged on the scene as an L.A. supergroup in the late '80s and struck gold with a series of albums that appealed to metal fans but were heavily steeped in the time honored tradition of hard rock and roll.

Vocalist Phil Lewis has long been one of rock's greatest frontmen, possessing a distinctive voice that at times reveals his British heritage. Having much more in common with groups such as THE ROLLING STONES, AC/DC, and the NEW YORK DOLLS than most bands from the metal scene, L.A. GUNS are one of the few bands from this era who have maintained both a healthy fan base and an active international touring schedule.

"Loud and Dangerous" track listing:

01. No Mercy
02. Sex Action
03. Never Enough
04. Nothing Better To Do
05. Hell Raisers Ball
06. Over The Edge
07. Rock And Roll Outlaw
08. Nothing Better To Do
09. Hellraisers Ball
10. One More Reason
11. Electric Gypsy
12. Rip And Tear
13. The Ballad Of Jayne
14. Don’t Look At Me That Way

Bonus Live Video Tracks:

1. Hollywood's Burning
2. It Don't Mean Nothing


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