Limited-Edition CASTLE BLAK Three-CD Box Set Available

On April 15, 2006, for the first time ever on CD, the music of NWOBHM glamster Regent St. Claire and his various incarnations of CASTLE BLAK, BLAK and MONSTER ISLAND projects will finally be available to the public. The limited-edition (1,000 only) three-CD box set, said to be "one of the most comprehensive collections ever assembled," contains 45 tracks (many rare and/or previously unreleased), plus a 20-minute radio interview, three extensive 20-page color booklets (60 pages in all) packed full of lyrics, artwork, tons of previously unpublished photos, liner notes about the songs, the guys, and even a brand new CASTLE BLAK song recorded by the band in 2005. Featuring artwork by Marc Sasso, Olaf Folta, Alex Pardee, Djezer, and CASTLE BLAK frontman Regent St. Claire, the box set is available for $30.00 + shipping and handling through The Good Intentions Paving Co. at while supplies last. A link to listen to samples of several of the songs, as well as a full track listing, can be found at the same location.


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