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Michael Kratz - Live Your Life

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I really dig this song released from the album.

From melodicrock.com:

Art Of Melody Music & Burning Minds Music Group are excited to announce the release date for "Live Yor Life", new studio album by danish AOR / Westcocoast artist Michael Kratz, scheduled for release on March 3, 2018 via Art Of Melody Music / Burning Minds Music Group in Europe, and April 2018 via AnderStein Music in Japan.

Michael has had a long and rewarding career in the music business, especially in his home country. Having achieved multiple gold releases as the drummer of mainstream pop act, Kandis, his fanbase grew, thanks to his remarkable skills as a musician, which enables him to play any style of rock music. After an entire year of hard-work, Michael is ready to show to music fans the amazing result of "Live Your Life", a real masterpiece of classic AOR / Westcoast music, crafted with a top quality sound and an enviable attitude. Michael worked in the album with some legendary musicians like Steve Lukather (Toto), Michael Landau, Dom Brown (Duran Duran), David Garfield, Christian Warburg (Paul Young) & Alessandro Del Vecchio (Revolution Saints, Hardline).

"Live Yor Life" is going to become a true modern classic in AOR / Westcoast music, thanks to an outstanding overall quality both in songwriting and musicianship. CD graphics (including the alternative japanese cover artwork) have been designed by Aeglos Art (Airbound, Raintimes, Viana, Charming Grace, Room Experience), while cd booklet features double liner notes written by Kenneth Bremer, editor in chief of renowned westcoast music website Blue Desert, andSteve Price, the star speaker behind renowned ARfm rock radio in UK. The release party for"Live Yor Life" is scheduled on February 24, 2018 in Italy in conjunction with the second awaited edition of the melodic rock music festival "A Melodic Rock Night", sponsored by Melodicrock.it, Burning Minds Music Group & Rock Temple.

 

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"Live Your Life" Tracklist:
01. We All Live In This Nation
02. Live Your Life
03. This Town Is Lost Without You
04. What Did I ..?
05. Never Take Us Alive
06. Game Of Love (Over And Over)
07. Lying
08. Paradise Lost
09. Shade
10. Bye Bye
11. Dying Young
12. In Between

All songs written by Michael Kratz & Kasper Viinberg
All songs arranged by Kasper Viinberg & Michael Kratz
All songs produced & mixed by Kasper Viinberg
All songs mastered by Jan Eliasson at Audio Planet

 

Web/Social links:
http://michaelkratz.net
http://www.facebook.com/michaelkratz.net
https://www.burningmindsgroup.com/art-of-melody-music
http://www.facebook.com/artofmelodymusic

 

 

 

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Sounds good...one to watch 

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Art Of Melody Music & Burning Minds Music Group are glad to annonuce the opening of the pre-orders for "Live Your Life", the new awaited studio album by Danish artist Michael Kratz. The album will be available in two different formats: Standard CD Edition, and Ltd. Personalized Edition. This one will come with handcrafted slipcase and personalized printed card signed by Michael Kratz, filled also with handwritten name of the buyer, printed number of the copy and signature of Art Of Melody Music's label manager, that certifies the originality and exclusivity of the product. A very special edition available in a strictly limited quantity of 100 copies, dedicated to all the great collectors out there!

MICHAEL KRATZ - "LIVE YOUR LIFE" / PRE-ORDERS:

- Standard CD Edition: https://goo.gl/Q6p9WN
- Limited Special Personalized Edition (Only 100 copies available!): https://goo.gl/mvBP6R
 

This pre-orders campaign also marks the beginning of the official partnership between Burning Minds Music Groupand Rock Temple, the new home for all the hard ‘n’ heavy music supporters, focused exclusively on Rock music in all its forms: from Hard Rock to Heavy metal, including more melodic shades of these styles (like AOR, Melodic Rock, Westcoast) and also heaviest sounds. Created by lovers and experts in the field of music entertainment, it offers a wide and always growing catalogue of CDs, vinyls, DVDs/Blu-Rays, Box Sets and limited editions, granting an exclusive care and a "fan tailored" service. From today the official Burning Minds Music Group's online shop will be directly handled by Rock Temple, which will offer our products at the best price online, with the addition of a fast and professional shipping treatement. Visit Rock Temple online at https://www.rocktemple.it .

"Live Your Life" is scheduled for release on March 3, 2018 via Art Of Melody Music / Burning Minds Music Group in Europe, and April 13, 2018 via AnderStein Music in Japan. CD graphics (including the alternative japanese cover artwork) have been designed by Aeglos Art (Airbound, Raintimes, Viana, Charming Grace, Room Experience), while cd booklet features double liner notes written by Kenneth Bremer, editor in chief of renowned westcoast music website Blue Desert, and Steve Price, the star speaker behind renowned ARfm rock radio in UK. The release party for "Live Your Life" is scheduled on February 24, 2018 in Italy in conjunction with the second awaited edition of the melodic rock music festival "A Melodic Rock Night", sponsored by Melodicrock.it, Burning Minds Music Group & Rock Temple

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Absolutely top top quality album..Loving this big time

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On 2/12/2018 at 12:05 PM, Stefan said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

I love this song. I'd get this album for that song alone. 

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The music is a little more mellow than I usually prefer, but these promo tracks all sound classy and well written.  I'll try to check out the full album.

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