June 5, 2002

MORNING WOOD, a little-known early '90s collaboration between TNT/WESTWORLD frontman Tony Harnell and SAVATAGE/ex-MEGADETH guitarist Al Pitrelli, will finally have its acclaimed self-titled debut released in Europe through Escape Music. Containing four original songs and eight covers (i.e. THE HEART, SUPERTRAMP, NAZARETH, THE EAGLES, etc.),the CD was recorded in September 1993 and originally released in February 1994 through Mercury Entertainment in Japan. According to Harnell, "there are [also] plans to release [one of the original compositions] 'Not Scared Anymore' as a single. The response for this album over the years has been overwhelmingly positive and it's really cool to finally have it released outside Japan. We'll work on something for the US as well."

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