HANOI ROCKS Frontman On BRUCE DICKINSON's Radio Show; Audio Available

Vocalist Michael Monroe of the Finnish rock legends HANOI ROCKS was IRON MAIDEN frontman Bruce Dickinson's guest earlier tonight (Friday, November 28) during Bruce's weekly BBC 6 Music radio program, dubbed "The Bruce Dickinson Friday Rock Show". The program is now available for streaming at BBC.co.uk.

Following HANOI ROCKS' recent announcement that they will break up by the end of this year, they have released a brand new 2-CD retrospective compilation "This One's For Rock 'N' Roll - The Best Of Hanoi Rocks 1980-2008". This superb package includes 33 songs, encompassing both distinctive parts of their career, the '80s and the new millennium. The lavishly packaged set includes many previously unreleased photos and written testimonials from illustrious peers such as Alice Cooper, Ginger (THE WILDHEARTS), Dregen (BACKYARD BABIES) and Jussi 69 (THE 69 EYES).

CD 1 covers the years 1980-1985 and the first incarnation of HANOI ROCKS, tragically cut short by drummer Razzle's death. CD 2 brings the legend up-to-date with music from the reborn band from 2001 onwards.

CD1:

01. Lost In The City
02. Tragedy
03. 11th Street Kids
04. Oriental Beat
05. No Law Or Order
06. Motorvatin'
07. Taxidriver
08. Cafe Avenue
09. Love's An Injection
10. Back To Mystery City
11. Until I Get You
12. Malibu Beach
13. Up Around The Bend
14. Don't You Ever Leave Me
15. High School
16. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
17. Million Miles Away

CD2:

01. People Like Me
02. A Day Late, A Dollar Short
03. Obscured
04. In My Darkest Moment
05. Back In Yer Face
06. Better High
07. You Make The Earth Move
08. Eternal Optimist
09. Center Of My Universe
10. Hypermobile
11. Fashion
12. This One's For Rock 'n' Roll
13. Teenage Revolution
14. Grin And Bear It

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