TNT: Japanese Bonus Track Available For Download

Veteran Norwegian-American hard rockers TNT have posted a full-length MP3 of the Japan-only bonus track, "When I'm Away", at this location.

"When I'm Away" was included on the Japanese edition of the band's latest CD, "My Religion", which entered the Norwegian pop charts at No. 14 upon its release in early March. The video for the album's title track is almost complete and will premier on Norwegian television very soon.

In other TNT-related news, the band's singer Tony Harnell will be visiting "Friday Night Rocks", hosted by VH1 VJ Eddie Trunk, this Friday night, April 16. He will also be appearing with "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" sensation and famed hard rock radio host extraordinaire, Ralph Sutton, on "The Tour Bus" on Saturday, April 24. For more information, go to


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