CROSSFADE To Release Debut In April

February 23, 2004

CROSSFADE, the Swedish band featuring vocalist Göran Edman (YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, STREET TALK, KHARMA, MADISON),are scheduled to release their debut album, "White on Blue", on April 5 through MTM Music.

Joining Edman in the new group are Per Lindvall on drums, Sven Lindvall on bass, Lars Hallbäck on guitars, and Richard Stenström on keyboards. The CD was recorded at Eller Studio and was mixed by Ronny Lahti (EUROPE, ROXETTE) at the Megaphone facility. Mastering was done by Björn Engelman at the Cutting Room.

"White on Blue" track listing:

01. The Day The Music Died
02. Did You Really
03. Vanity Fair
04. Flying
05. A Deeper Shade Of Love
06. Thorns Of Life
07. Loving Eyes
08. Time
09. Don't Really Matter
10. You

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