A special limited-edition, double-CD version of the forthcoming TYPE O NEGATIVE album "Life Is Killing Me" will be released in the U.K. on the same date, June 16, as the single CD version but stores will only be able to order it on their initial stocking of the album.
The track listing for the special bonus CD will be as follows:
01. "Out Of The Fire (Kane's Theme)"
02. "Christian Woman (Butt-Kissing, Sell-Out Version)"
Taken from the deleted "Christian Woman" single.
03. "Suspended In Dusk"
Taken from the deleted "Bloody Kisses" digipak and the deleted "Christian Woman" single.
04. "Blood & Fire (Out Of The Ashes Mix)"
Taken from the deleted "My Girlfriend's Girlfriend" single and the "Mortal Kombat" soundtrack.
05. "Black Sabbath"
Taken from the album "Nativity In Black: A Tribute To Black Sabbath".
06. "Cinnamon Girl (Extended Depression Mix)"
Taken from the deleted "Cinnamon Girl" single.
07. "Haunted" (Per Version)
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