Y&T: New Collection Of Previously Unreleased Material Available Now

Reunited hard rockers Y&TDave Meniketti, Phil Kennemore, Leonard Haze, John Nymann — have released the second collection of previously unreleased material, "UnEarthed Vol. 2", via their official web site. The disc contains songs that were written and/or demoed for various albums between 1974 and 1989, but never made it to the finished product.

"UnEarthed Vol. 2" track listing:

01. Face To Face
02. Ashes To Ashes
03. Get Tough
04. Showdown (mp3)
05. Love Has No Cure
06. Help Me Hear Me
07. New Kid In Town
08. Long Time Coming
09. Dance Dance Dance
10. Crazy Make Love
11. Over Under
12. Hands of Time (Acoustic)
13. Bad Bad Girls
14. Take Me
15. More
16. Lucky Night
17. Love Don't Come Easy
18. Cheap and Easy

In other news, Y&T's shows at The Mystic Theatre on December 3-4, 2004 will be recorded for an upcoming DVD, according to a newsletter sent by Y&T frontman Dave Meniketti.

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