ENUFF Z'NUFF Singer Working On New EP For European Release
ENUFF Z'NUFF frontman Donnie Vie is working on a new EP for European release along with the European version of his recently released DVD, entitled "DVieD: Baby Pictures". The EP will be split between originals and covers. The songs set to be featured on the disc are as follows:
01. If You Could Read My Mind (GORDON LIGHTFOOT)
02. Country Roads (JOHN DENVER)
03. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (THE BEATLES)
04. Code Red
06. I Love the Way
Released late last year through Dreamland Disc, Donnie Vie's "DVieD: Baby Pictures" DVD focuses of on Vie's early career but also includes exclusive clips from his recent solo outings. The set has a running time of 90 minutes and features videos, live performances, interviews and home video footage going all the way back to 1985 for ENUFF Z'NUFF's first concert up through present day, including two videos from Vie's reunion with Derek Frigo and Vik Foxx. It also marks the first time the classic ENUFF Z'NUFF videos for "Fly High Michelle", "New Thing" and "Baby Loves You" are available in North America on DVD.
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