KROKUS To Release New Live Album

July 29, 2003

Veteran Swiss hard rockers KROKUS are currently compiling a live album recorded earlier this year containing all the classics along with a few surprises. An early 2004 release is expected. In other news, Sanctuary/Castle Music have just issued a KROKUS compilation entitled "Long Stick Goes Boom: The Anthology". According to the group's official web site, "the band and the [current] record company [have] nothing to do with that release. These are only already released material nothing is new on that CD. The live tracks are taken from the Arista album 'Alive & Screaming'! We will not promote this CD so no interviews from our side."

The complete track listing for "Long Stick Goes Boom: The Anthology" (view cover here) is as follows:

01. Long Stick Goes Boom
02. Bad Boys Rag Dolls
03. I'm On The Run
04. To The Top
05. American Woman
06. Headhunter
07. Screaming In The Night
08. Stayed Awake All Night
09. Ballroom Blitz
10. Ready To Rock
11. Out Of Control
12. Midnite Maniac
13. School's Out
14. Boy's Nite Out
15. Hot Shot City
16. Long Stick Goes Boom (live)
17. Lay Me Down (live)
18. Eat The Rich (live)

KROKUS' latest CD, "Rock The Block", debuted at No. 1 on the Swiss Album chart upon its release in January. The album is the group's first since being rejoined by vocalist Marc Storace.

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