PAUL GILBERT: 'Acoustic Samurai' To Receive European Release This Month

Former MR. BIG/current RACER X guitarist Paul Gilbert will see his solo album, "Acoustic Samurai", released in Europe by Mascot Records in late October.

The album features a compilation of songs previously recorded but now played on acoustic guitar together with LINUS OF HOLLYWOOD. Recorded in Tokyo's Hard Rock Café, the disc contains the following tracks, among others: "I Like Rock", "Dancing Queen" (ABBA cover), "Individually Twisted", "Suicide Lover", "I Am Satan", "Down to Mexico" and "The Second Loudest Guitar In the World". The album also contains the previously unreleased track "Maybe I’ll Die Tomorrow", which was written by Paul for the Japanese move "Aragami".

For more information, visit www.paulgilbert.com.

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