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You can now get Liberty n' Justice "The Cigar Chronicles" for $9.99 (all 26 songs) on Itunes!!!!

Liberty N' Justice wants you to own there new double CD "The Cigar Chronicles" so much we are now offering all 26 song on Itunes for $9.99!!!! The CD features 70 guests musicians on 26 songs (1/2 covers & 1/2 originals) and be purchased on any digital music site, directly through LNJ website , ROXX Productions website , or like we said $9.99 through Itunes! For those who have downloaded the CD at the original price of $19.99 please send proof of purchase to justinmurr@aol.com and we will compensate you by sending you a physical copy of "The Cigar Chronicles" . If you downloaded just one song you now can download the rest of the CD for an even lower price then $9.99! We appreciate your support and ask only 2 more things (I know we are pushing it) spread the word and if you have an itunes account and have bought "The Cigar Chronicles" please leave a review or a rating...thanks so much!

 

Itunes Link bit.ly/CigarChron!

track listing:

Volume 1 (the covers)

 

1. "Ice Ice Baby" Seann Nicols (Adler's Appetite/ Tarsha) & Eddie Ojeda (Twisted Sister)

originally recorded by Vanilla Ice

 

2. "I Can't Dance" Stevie Rachelle (TUFF)

originally recorded by Genesis

 

3. "Pride (In The Name Of Love)" CJ Snare (Firehouse/ Rubicon Cross), George Lynch (Dokken/ Lynch Mob), & Jeff Pilson (Dokken/ Foreigner)

originally recorded by U2

 

4. "Stayin' Alive" Kip Winger (Winger)

originally recorded by The Bee Gees

 

5. "YMCA" Kelly Keeling (Baton Rouge & Trans Siberian Orchestra), Chris Dickens (Mission Of One) & Neil Zaza

originally recorded by The Village People

 

6. "Iris" Tony Harnell (x-TNT/ Westworld) & Alex Grossi (Quiet Riot/ Hotel Diablo)

originally recorded by The Goo Goo Dolls

 

7. "You're So Vain" Phil Lewis (LA Guns) & Chris Green (Rubicon Cross/ Furyon)

originally recorded by Carly Simon

 

8. "Queen Of The Night" Selena McVey & Brooke St. James (Tyketto)

originally recorded by Whitney Houston

 

9.."Blame It On The Rain" Andrew Freeman (Hurricane/Offspring/30 Stones), Pete Fry (FarCry) & Eric Ragno

originally recorded by Milli Vanilli

 

10. "Bye Bye Bye" Chas West (Bonham) & Jeff LaBar (Cinderella)

originally recorded by N'Sync

 

11. "Dancing On The Ceiling" James Christian (House Of Lords)

originally recorded by Lionel Ritchie

 

 

12."Stuck In The Middle With You" Larry Worley (FearNot), Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (Guns N' Roses), Andy Robbins (Holy Soldier/Joe Lynn Turner), & Anthony Gravley (Windup Rocket)

originally recorded by Stealers Wheel

 

13. "Mmmbop" Jamie Rowe (Guardian), Anthony Gravley (Windup Rocket), Roxx Hunter

originally recorded by Hanson

 

 

Volume 2 (The Originals)

 

 

1. "Devil His Dues" Derrick LeFevre (formerly of Lillian Axe), Vic Rivera (Crunch), Michael Feighan (White Cross) & Barry Graul (Mercy Me/ White Cross)

 

2. "The Greatest" David Cagle,Mark Allen Lanoue (Chasing Karma/ Bilioxi), & Brad Stetler

 

3. "Cupids Gonna Bleed' Gunnar Nelson (Nelson),Steve Brown (Trixter) with Barry Carl (Rockapella)

 

4. "Under Construction" Eric Dover (Slash's Snakepit/Jelly Fish),Mark Kendall (Great White) ,Ian Keith Hafner (Jaguar Blaze) & Eric Ragno

 

5. "Been There Done That" Ted Poley (Danger Danger) & Richard Kendrick (Straitjacket Smile)

 

6. "Grace" Michael Bormann (Jaded Heart/ Rain/ Charade), Phillip Bardowell (Unruly Child/ Beach Boys) & Mark Slaughter (Slaughter)

 

7. "Sucker Punched" Rick Stitch (Hotel Diablo), Jerry Dixon (Warrant) & Xander Demos

 

8. "Broken Bones" Giancarlo Floridia (Faithsedge), Greg Martin (The Kentucky Headhunters), & Chad Stewart (Faster Pussycat)

 

9. "Sin" Jani Lane, Bill Leverty (Firehouse), & Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper)

 

10. "Give Em' A Light" Paul Shortino (King Kobra/ Quiet Riot/ Rough Cutt) & Dave Henzerling (King Kobra/Steelshine)

 

11. "Daddy Long Legs" Louis St August (Mass) & Tim Gaines (Stryper)

 

12. "Cut Me Mick" Ron Keel (Keel) & Michael Phillips (Deliverance/ The Sacrificed)

 

13. "Tomorrow" Terry Ilous (Great White/XYZ),Ron Wikso (Foreigner,The Storm,David Lee Roth,Richie Sambora,Cher, Gregg Rolie Band), Alessandro Del Vecchio (Hardline, Ian Paice,Glenn Hughes, Edge Of Forever and Eden's Curse) & PK Mitchell

 

additional background vocals by Richard Kendrick,Giancarlo Floridia, Phil Vincent, Michael Stover, Frankie Cleaver, Bryan Cole

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Some cool remakes and some really cool originals. I downloaded numerous tracks yesterday from Itunes. By far the best L&J album so far imo.

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