LAST CRACK To Reunite For 20-Year-Anniversary Performance Of Debut Album

According to Maximum Ink, the five original members of LAST CRACK will reunite to perform songs from their debut album, "Sinister Funkhouse #17", on November 14 at Scatz in their hometown of Madison, Wisconsin. The concert will celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the LP's release on Roadracer Records.

The event will mark the first time the original band has performed in concert since their breakup in 1991.

LAST CRACK lineup for anniversary concert:

Buddo - Vocals
Don Bakken - Guitar
Paul Schluter - Guitar
Todd Winger - Bass
Phil Buerstatte - Drums

Fans coming in for the show are encouraged to visit LAST CRACK's MySpace page or Facebook group to find out more detailed information, like hotel accomodations.

Ticket on-sale date will be announced in early September.

LAST CRACK's two classic albums — "Sinister Funkhouse #17" and "Burning Time" — were reissued in November 2006 via Metal Mind Productions. Both reissues came in new digipack editions, having been digitally remastered using 24-bit technology, and were limited to 2,000 copies. Each title also included two live bonus tracks.

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