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Hanoi Rocks Reveal 'Street Poetry' Artwork

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Legendary Finnish rockers HANOI ROCKS have revealed the artwork for their "Street Poetry" album, due on September 5 in Finland by WolfGang Records and in Europe by U.K.-based Demolition Records. The Japanese pressing via Victor Entertainment/JVC Music will contain bonus tracks. The special edition will include a bonus skull bandana and three-fold box design. A new single, "This One's For Rock 'n' Roll", will precede the album on August 8.

"Street Poetry" track listing:

01. Hypermobile
02. Street Poetry
03. Fashion
04. Highwired
05. Power Of Persuasion
06. Teenage Revolution
07. Worth Your Weight In Gold
08. Transcendental Groove
09. This One's For Rock'N'Roll
10. Powertrip
11. Walkin' Away
12. Tootin' Star
13. Fumblefoot And Busy Bee

Japan bonus tracks:

14. Self Destruction Blues
15. Worldshaker

All songs written by McCoy, Monroe, except:

1., 5. and 10. by Bloom, McCoy, Monroe
11. by Alimo, Bloom, McCoy, Monroe
12. by Bloom, Christell, McCoy, Monroe
13. by Bloom, McCoy
15. Varonen, Taskinen, McCoy, Monroe

HANOI ROCKS' most recent single, "Fashion", entered the Finnish chart at No. 1 back in May. The promotional video for "Fashion" has been posted online here. The clip was directed by Kusti and Jaakko Manninen.

The "Fashion" single was released on May 16 in Europe and June 21 in Japan. It also includes HANOI ROCKS' version of the BILLY BREMNER hit "Trouble Boys" (which will not be on the forthcoming album), the promo video for "Fashion" plus a live video, "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams", from HANOI's gig at Nosturi in Helsinki this past March.

Source: Blabbermouth

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