THE 69 EYES: 'Devils' Album Certified Gold In Finland

THE 69 EYES' new album, "Devils", has been certified gold in Finland for sales in excess of 15,000 copies. The band accepting the gold-award plaques during an appearance on the TV live special "MTV3+ Stage" last Sunday.

"Devils" is the fourth THE 69 EYES album to be certified gold; the band had also received the honor for their three previous albums: "Blessed Be", "Paris Kills" and "Framed In Blood - The Very Blessed Of…".

THE 69 EYES filmed a brand new music video for their first international single release, "Lost Boys", taken from the "Devils" album, during the Christmas week in Philadelphia and Hollywood with director and MTV star Bam Margera "Jackass", "Viva La Bam") and his crew.

In other news, Gaga Goodies has released in Finland THE 69 EYES' rarities collection "Motor City Resurrection", which was originally available only in Japan. The track listing for the collection is as follows:

01. Discipline
02. Deuce (KISS cover)
03. Mrs. Sleazy
04. Hot Butterfly
05. Sugarman
06. Stop Bitching!
07. Barbarella
08. Gimme Some Skin (IGGY & THE STOOGES cover)
09. Juicy Lucy
10. The Hills Have Eyes
11. Too Itching for Action
12. No Hesitation
13. Alive!
14. Gimme Some Head (GG ALLIN cover)
Bonus tracks:
15. One-Shot Woman
16. TV Eye (with Andy McCoy, IGGY & THE STOOGES cover)
17. Motormouth
18. Return of the Fly (MISFITS cover)
19. Is It My Body (ALICE COOPER cover)
20. Call Me Animal (MC5 cover)
21. Vietnamese Baby (with Andy McCoy, NEW YORK DOLLS cover)
22. Science Gone Too Far (DICTATORS cover)

THE 69 EYES are one of several bands scheduled to perform at a benefit concert for the victims of the Asian earthquake/tsunami disaster at Helsinki's 12,000-seater Hartwall Arena on Monday, January 17. Also performing at the event are H.I.M., THE RASMUS, APOCALYPTICA and NEGATIVE. The concert will start at 7:00 p.m. and tickets are priced at 30 euros.

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