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Liberty n' Justice with JK Northrup and Roxx Records are proud to announce the official release date of LNJ's

11th studio album "Hell Is Coming To Breakfast" on April 24th,2012. LNJ is sorry for the confusion

in mastering the album there was a flaw in one of the demo's and the quality had to be fixed before

the CD could/can be released. The CD can still be preordered at http://roxxproductions.storenvy.com/products/216765-liberty-n-justice-hell-is-coming-to-breakfast-cd-only and the final track listing is.......

 

1. "Hell Is Coming To Breakfast" Seann Nichols (Adler’s Appetite / Tarsha), JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ)

2. "Madhatter" Donnie Vie (Enuff Z' Nuff), JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ), Chris Dickens (Mission Of One) & Tommy Denander

3. "Whack A Mole" Johnny Lima, JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ), Jerry Johnson (SAINT) & Richard Lynch (SAINT)

4."Thankful Heart" Philip Bardowell (Unruly Child), Lynn Louise Lowrey (Vixen/Testify), & Anthony Gravley (Windup Rocket)

5. "Nakatomi Plaza" JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ), Greg Bishop (X-Sinner) & Scott Weisenborn (Testify)

6. "Stretch Armstrong" Louis St August (Mass), JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ)& Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper)

7. "Get Down" Tony Mills (TNT/ Shy),Mark Allen Lanoue (Chasing Karma/ Bilioxi), & Anthony Gravley (Windup Rocket)

8. "Your Memory Just Won't Do" [Previously unreleased on CD] David Cagle, Alex Grossi (Quiet Riot) & CJ Snare (Firehouse)

9. "Thy will be done" [demo] Jamie Rowe (Guardian)

10.”What do you believe?" [Original demo of ‘Do what you believe’] Mike Ledesma (FAR CRY) Vic Rivera (Crunch)

11. "Monkey Dance" [Alternate Mix] Jack Russell (Great White)

12. "Sin" [Original Acoustic Demo] Jani Lane (Warrant)

 

Want to hear some new LNJ from "HICTB"? Jim Madonna has put together some very cool vids for a few of the songs

including an acoustic version of "Sin" featuring the late/great Jani Lane!!!!

 

"Sin" (acoustic version) Jani Lane

 

"Stretch Armstrong" Louis St. August (MASS), Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper) & JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ)

 

"Hell Is Coming To Breakfast" Seann Nichols (Adler’s Appetite / Tarsha), JK Northrup (King Kobra/ XYZ)

 

"Your Memory Just Won't Do" [Previously unreleased on CD] David Cagle, Alex Grossi (Quiet Riot) & CJ Snare (Firehouse)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPid60L7mQ0

 

In other LNJ news, LNJ is proud to announce they have joined once again forces with Roxx Records

to release "Before The Revolution : Best Of LNJ The Early Years" that will feature songs off the first 4 LNJ

CD's "Armed With The Cross", "Big Guns", "Forver Till The End" & "Bargain Bins" plus some cool demo's!

Go to Roxx for more details (Release date TBA)!!!

 

And in 2009, LNJ along with JK Northrup and with help from CJ Snare (Firehouse) started recording a double CD

called "The Cigar Chronicles" at Jk's studio, Alien Productions (www.alien1111.com).

26 songs (1/2 covers and 1/2 originals that were penned by JK and Justin Murr) that feature the talents of

Kip Winger (Winger), George Lynch (Dokken/ Lynch Mob), Jeff LaBar (Cinderella), Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (Guns N' Roses), Tony Harnell (formerly of TNT), CJ Snare (Firehouse), Phil Lewis (LA GUNS), Gunnar Nelson (Nelson),

Mark Slaughter (Slaughter), Ted Poley (Danger Danger), Jamie Rowe (Guardian), Stevie Rachelle (TUFF),

James Christian (House of Lords), Steve Brown (Trixter) and so so so many more including the last 100% song ever recorded by Jani Lane! Well after many delays the album is finally recorded and is about to start the mixing process!!!

"The Cigar Chronicles" is the masterpiece Justin Murr has been waiting to share along with JK Northrup

to the world!!! More details soon including this incredible track listing with over 60 guest musicians!!!

 

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