Acclaimed Canadian drummer Shane Gaalaas (GLENN HUGHES, COSMOSQUAD, DIESEL MACHINE) has released his third solo album, "Live In Osaka", on the Japanese Big M.F. label. Featuring Gaalaas on guitar and lead vocals, Schon (guitar), Akihito Tokunaga (bass) and Kaichi Kurose (drums), "Live In Osaka" contains songs from Gaalaas' two studio albums, "Primer" (2003) and "Hinge" (2005), as well as a 2006 re-mix of "Error Humanize" as a bonus track. The exact track listing reads as follows:
01. To The Ground
02. The Lost Weekend
03. Hearing What You Said
04. Error Humanize
05. Broken Stranger
07. Just Like You
09. Funny People
10. Time to Feed
11. The Wave
12. Inside Out
13. Error Humanize (o-six mix)
Gaalaas is in the midst of touring major venues with Japanese superstars B'Z in support of the band's latest studio album, "Monsters", which currently sits atop the national charts. The album's lead-off single, "Splash", entered the charts at #1 in early June and is the band's forty-second consecutive No. 1 hit. In addition, Gaalaas has lined up a number of promotional solo radio appearances and drums clinics around the country.
For more information, visit www.shanegaalaas.com.
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