HARDCORE SUPERSTAR: New Teaser For 'The Party Ain't Over 'Til We Say So'
October 20, 2011
After seven records and seven world tours, Swedish sleaze rockers HARDCORE SUPERSTAR are celebrating 10 years with a best-of album. "The Party Ain't Over 'Til We Say So" will be released on October 28 and will contain songs from all the records that the band has released between 2000 and 2010 along with a newly written track, "We Don't Need A Cure".
A new teaser for "The Party Ain't Over 'Til We Say So", including a snippet of the previously unreleased track "We Don't Need A Cure", can be seen below.
"The Party Ain't Over 'Til We Say So" track listing:
01. We Don't Need A Cure (new song) 02. We Don't Celebrate Sundays 03. Moonshine 04. My Good Reputation 05. Wild Boys 06. Someone Special 07. Dreamin' In A Casket 08. Into Debauchery 09. Here Comes That Sick Bitch 10. Last Call For Alcohol 11. Beg For It 12. Liberation 13. Bastards 14. Medicate Me 15. Standin' On The Verge 16. Still I'm Glad 17. Have You Been Around 18. Shame 19. Honey Tongue 20. Run To Your Mama
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR's latest album, "Split Your Lip", was released in Europe on November 26, 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records (except in Scandinavia, where it was made available through Gain Records). The CD's first single, a two-side split featuring the songs "Moonshine" and "Guestlist", was made available in early November exclusively with Sweden Rock Magazine.
"Split Your Lip" was recorded over a five-day period at at Bohus Sound studios in Kunglv, Sweden with producer Tobias Lindell.
HARDCORE SUPERSTAR re-released two of their albums "Hardcore Superstar" (2005) and "Dreamin In A Casket" (2007) on October 16, 2009 via Nuclear Blast's "Reloaded Series." Both reissues contain bonus material such as demo tracks and rehearsal takes.
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