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Fozzy To Release Rarities Collection

FOZZY, the band featuring vocalist Chris Jericho (WWE wrestling fame) and members of STUCK MOJO, have released a collection of never heard before demos, early mixes and instrumental versions taken from guitarist Rich "The Duke" Ward's personal library.

The tracklisting is as follows:
'To Kill A Stranger' (Instrumental)
'Happenstance' (Instrumental)
'With The Fire' (Instrumental)
'Crucify Yourself' (Instrumental)
'It's A Lie' (Instrumental)
'Lazarus' (Instrumental)
'All That Remains' (Rough mix featuring Rich Ward's guide vocals)
'Enemy' (Rough mix featuring Rich Ward's guide vocals)
'End of Days' (Instrumental)
'Feel the Burn' (Instrumental)
'Metal Gods' (Rough mix featuring Rich Ward's guide vocals)
'Metal Gods' (Instrumental)
'Don't You Wish You Were Me' (Rich Ward's original writing demo)

The first 1,000 copies will be hand numbered and include one of two out-of-print Fozzy band member guitar picks (The Duke or Chris Jericho). The first 100 orders will also include a free limited edition Fozzy sticker. Fozzy Rarities Vol. 1 will be shipped first class mail in a slim-line jewelcase with an insert containing a description of each track and each one will be signed by Rich Ward.

Only $10! (plus shipping and handling) - $18 outside the US includes shipping.

Source: BW&BK

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1. godlike writes:

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what am I hearing.? Fastway - We Become One

# Aug 23, 2007 @ 6:39 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. Diamond Oz writes:

I don't care what anyone says, they'll forever be my favourite band!

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3. Bastard_Of_Bodom writes:

There good but I find that Chris and the rest of the band don't put too much focus on the music I mean ya that pretty much all he has been doing since being away from the ring, its just seems to me that he will never be fully into the music

# Aug 23, 2007 @ 8:47 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. RememberMetal? writes:

There was so much hype around this band around 2000-2001.

And that's all that it amounted to for me. What really turned me off was all the boasting that he preempted all the metal forefathers. It felt like a bad joke with no end in sight and a bit too much like wrestling or the Darkness but heavier with more fuel and less tongue in cheek.....

Man am I glad the Darkness are done....

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5. Red_Chord writes:

Sorry Diamond but I really don't like them...he sings like crap.

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6. Diamond Oz writes:

Lol it may have something to do with the fact that I've always been a Jerichoholic but I genuinly love the music and live they're the most fun I've ever had. Also in all fairness to Y2J, he's done loads of stuff since leaving the ring, mostly acting and presenting. I will agree that I'm glad The Darkness are dead and buried though.

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