Unreleased VINNIE VINCENT CD To Air On Radio Show
On Saturday, January 7, "The Classic Metal Show" will be airing the "lost" Vinnie Vincent (ex-KISS) album "Guitars from Hell" that he recorded circa 1991 but then never saw the light of day. Vinnie had released two albums with his band VINNIE VINCENT INVASION — the 1986 self-titled debut album and 1988's "All Systems Go". Once the band was dropped by Chrysalis Records, half the group (bassist Dana Strum and vocalist Mark Slaughter) went on to form SLAUGHTER while Vinnie recorded demos with other musicians around 1989-1990. A year later, he worked on his "Guitars from Hell" project with singer Robert Fleischman (who sang lead on the first VVI album), but the album never saw the light of day.
"The Classic Metal Show" airs Saturday nights between 9:00 p.m and 3:00 a.m. More information is available at this location.
(Thanks: Kiss Kollector / Fullshred)
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