Former WHITE LION Singer MIKE TRAMP Releases Lyric Video For New Song 'Take Me Away'
October 24, 2020
Former WHITE LION and FREAK OF NATURE singer Mike Tramp has released the official lyric video for his song "Take Me Away". The track is taken from his upcoming best-of album celebrating 25 years as a solo artist, "Trampthology".
This will be a very special treat for all fans of Tramp, with 16 of the biggest hits from his amazing solo career, four brand new songs, and fresh liner notes.
Tramp comments: "The decision to include four brand new tracks on 'Trampthology' and giving the fans something new also made me write songs that would add something fresh and interesting and complete this 20-song double album. 'Take Me Away' is exactly that."
"Trampthology" will be released on 180-gram double gatefold black vinyl and double CD by Target Records on December 18, 2020. It will be exclusively available through Targetshop.dk/miketramp and all pre-orders will be delivered with one exclusive postcard.
Tramp previously stated about the collection: "As I started the process of writing songs for my first solo album, 'Capricorn', in late 1995. I was both apprehensive and curious of what the result would be like. For 20 years, I had been part of three bands and a collective songwriting team. But now I was on my own, and writing just for me, no one else. It became a wonderful journey where I both would discover who I am and where I come from, and also what my true inspirations and goals are. Now 25 years and 11 solo albums later. I feel safe and secure knowing that I am my songs and my songs are me. They are a musical scrapbook of the life I have lived and the life I continue living. They are not about paying the rent or alimony; they are a true and confident representation of the man I am."
01. Give It All You Got 02. If I Live Tomorrow 03. More To Life Than This 04. The Road 05. Ain't Done Yet 06. Dead End Ride 07. Maybe Tomorrow 08. Mr. Death 09. Mother 10. Take Me Away 11. Cobblestone Street 12. Trust In Yourself 13. New Day 14. Bow And Obey 15. Every Time 16. Coming Home 17. Lay Down My Life For You 18. Better Off 19. The Way It Was Before 20. I'll Never Be Young Again
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