EUROPE: 'Live From The Dark' Audio Tracks Available For Purchase

Reactivated Swedish hard rockers EUROPE have made available the audio tracks from their "Live from the Dark" DVD via their official web site. These tracks will not be released on CD or in any other MP3 store, and can only be purchased directly from the band.

"Live from the Dark" features the group's November 15, 2004 concert at the Hammersmith Apollo in London, England.

A recent audio interview with EUROPE frontman Joey Tempest has been posted online at this location. The interview was conducted with an Italian journalist on October 5 and covers a variety of topics, including the group's new album, "Secret Society", the "secret" formula for the band's success, and EUROPE's legacy. An e-card for "Secret Society" is available here.

"Secret Society", was released in the U.S. on November 7 via Sanctuary Records.

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