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Lillian Axe - One Night In The Temple (2CD+Blu Ray)


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Louisiana rockers LILLIAN AXE will release their thirteenth album, "One Night In The Temple", produced by Steve Blaze, on April 15 via CME Records in the USA and Canada and via Melodic Rock Records in the rest of the world.

Performed acoustically in an intimate setting housed in a Masonic Temple in the Bayou with LILLIAN AXE's most diehard fans, "One Night In The Temple" features all the band's hits, including "True Believer", "Show A Little Love", "Crucified", "Misery Loves Company", "Ghost Of Winter", "The Great Divide", "Bow Your Head", "Waters Rising" and the crowd favorite "Nobody Knows".

LILLIAN AXE guitarist founder Steve Blaze reflects: "When I first had the idea of putting this show together, it was originally going to be a private 20-person show with acoustic guitars, vocals and no production, however, it took on a life of its own."

"One Night In The Temple" will be released as three-disc set (2CDs/1DVD and 2CDs/1Blu-ray), housed in an elaborate digipack. Filmed in high definition, the Blu-ray and DVD will contain the acoustic performance, fan question and answer session, videos for the songs "Caged In" and "Death Comes Tomorrow", live concert footage from the band's July 4, 2013 performance at the Paragon Casino and behind-the-scenes footage.

"One Night In The Temple" track listing:

Disc 1:

01. Waters Rising
02. Death Comes Tomorrow
03. Ghost Of Winter
04. See You Someday
05. The Great Divide
06 Nocturnal Symphony
07. Sad Day On Planet Earth
08. Bow Your Head
09. Show A Little Love
10. Misery Loves Company

Disc 2:

01. Crucified
02. The World Stopped Turning
03. Dyin' To Live (Shades Of Blue)
04. Until The End Of The World
05. The Day I Met You
06. The Promised Land
07. Nobody Knows
08. My Apologies
09. True Believer
10. Nobody Knows (Crowd Version)

LILLIAN AXE is Brian Jones (lead vocals), Steve Blaze (guitar and vocals), Sam Poitevent (guitar and vocals), Eric Morris (bass) and Ken Koudelka (drums).

LILLIAN AXE will be touring to support this release this summer.

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Always been a Lillian Axe fan but I think I`ll pass on this one. Not a fan of live stuff, especially acoustic.

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