SAINTS OF THE UNDERGROUND: More Album Samples Available

SAINTS OF THE UNDERGROUND (formerly ANGEL CITY OUTLAWS), the new band featuring Jani Lane (ex-WARRANT) on vocals, Keri Kelli (ALICE COOPER) on guitar, Bobby Blotzer (RATT) on drums and Robbie Crane (ex-RATT, VINCE NEIL, ADLER'S APPETITE) on bass, has posted three songs ("Serial Killer", "Good Times" and "Dead Man Shoes") on it MySpace page. The tracks comes off the group's debut album, "Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner", tentatively due later in the year. Lane recently commented on the CD: "We have had the opportunity to mix our record with Andy Johns of [THE ROLLING] STONES and [LED] ZEPPELIN fame, to name two of hundreds. Google him if you don't believe me. He was an English prince and we had a blast working together. It's the best stuff I've done in a long, long time. As a matter of fact, I am talking to Andy about working together on my upcoming solo sequel."


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