Trancemission Signs With Pure Rock Records, New Album In Summer
Legendary German metal band Trancemission, originally called Trance before a name change in 1989 and then again in at the turn of the century (after switching back to Tance in the '90's), has signed on with Pure Rock Records, a division of Pure Steel. Trancemission can trace its roots back to 1977, releasing seven albums under Trance from 1982-1996 and and additional four under the current moniker, including the album planned for re-issue through Pure Rock entitled "Naked Flames." Originally released in 2011 through the now defunct LCP Records, "Naked Flames," is scheduled for re-issue this July (exact date not yet announced).
At the time of its original release, the track listing and cover art for "Naked Flames" was:
1. Naked Flames
2. Thorn Birds
3. Not Me
4. Sex Me Up
6. House Of Love
7. Thanks God I'm A Fool
8. Stop Them
9. Jenny And The Beast
10. Susi 'n' Mape
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