TKO – Round two: The lost demos
Release: september 2017
NW Metal works music
The Pre-Orders for the “TKO – Round two: The lost demos” finally start this coming Tuesday at noon.
Everything is on target for a late September release and just have to finish designing the booklets and get the CDs into production.
There will be options available of a Red Vinyl LP (only 200 numbered copies will be done), Black Vinyl (only 300 numbered copies will be done),
Cd (w/ 2 bonus tracks) and even a special package deal (only for pre-orders and very limited in quantity) for both the “Round two” Lp and the special “My Memory”/”Not A Kid No More” 7″ single from Hockey Talkter Records/NWMW as well. As a special bonus, anybody who orders a copy direct from our website or from us in person will get a reproduction promotional photo of the band from the lineup on the record. Only 100 of these are being produced so they are limited and they are not given to record stores, distributors, etc.
Additionally, the first 10 people to pre-order “The round two Lp” will receive either a sealed, original copy of the “Let it roll” album with their order ,
or a reproduction flyer from the 1979 TKO show at the Paramount Theater in Seattle (your choice). The first 5 people who order the “Round two” Cd will receive a reproduction ticket from the Japan Jam ’79 that TKO performed in. Also these are on sale only during the Pre-Order time period.
Once the LP and CD is done and in hand the prices will go up to $24.95 and $14.95 (plus shipping) respectively.
So jump on it now and save a couple bucks and also have a chance at some extra goodies too !
This is amazing, never-before released music recorded in the summer and fall of 1979 at Kaye-Smith and Bear Creek Studios.
It was intended for a second album for Infinity Records but the label folded and it was shelved.
Featuring 9 songs (11 on the CD), a special booklet with liner notes, lyrics, rare photos, flyers and more!
Brad Sinsel – Vocals
Rick Pierce – Guitar
Tony Bortko – Guitar/Keyboards
Evan Sheeley – Bass
Bill Durham – Drums
Here’s the NWMW website: metalworksmusic.com