RICKY WARWICK To Release Official 'Bootleg' Album

March 16, 2004

Former THE ALMIGHTY frontman Ricky Warwick has recorded an official "bootleg" album that will not be for sale in traditional retail outlets but only at the forthcoming U.K. and German shows — and then available only via his web site's Internet shop.

Featured tracks are:

01. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (RAMONES cover)
02. Nothing Is Real (demo)
03. Crack 'N' Divide (demo)
04. It Always Rains On Sunday (demo)
05. Ending Is Better Than Mending (demo)
06. Losers (demo, new song previously unreleased)
07. Going Under Over You (demo, new song previously unreleased)
08. Enemies (recorded Live In Peermusic Studios Nashville)
09. The Genuine Fool (recorded live for BBC Radio 6 "Rock Show")
10. Please Don't Bury Me (GREAT JOHN PRINE cover)

As previously reported, Warwick is tentatively scheduled to make an appearance at the The 2nd Annual Saints and Sinners Tattoo Contest being sponsored by Harry's Tattoo Shop (web site). The event, which will benefit "A Little Life", is slated to take place June 19 at Harry's Tattoo Shop (2333 Riverside Drive) in Danville, Virginia.

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