With a release date of 1-19-10,anyone who preorders will receive the CD way before the release date and as an added bonus Retroactive Records is throwing in  a free CD sampler called A SALUTE TO WORLD CLASS ROCK” and a free Liberty N’ Justice 11×17 poster.

The disk features Phil Collen (Def Leppard), Chris Jericho (WWE Wrestler), Eddie Ojeda (Twisted Sister), CJ Snare & Bill Leverty (Firehouse), Phil Lewis (LA Guns), Marq Torien (Bulletboys), Oz Fox (Stryper), Jeff Pilson (Dokken/ Foreigner), Pete Loran & Steve Brown (Trixter), Robert Mason & Jerry Dixon (Warrant), Ted Poley (Danger Danger), Vic Rivera (Crunch), “Bumblefoot”(Guns N’ Roses) JK Northrup, Dale & Troy Thompson (Bride), Les Carlsen (Bloodgood), Lynn Louise Lowrey (Vixen), Harry Hess & Pete Lesperance (Harem Scarem), Kelly Keeling (Baton Rouge), Keri Kelli (Alice Cooper), Chris Holmes (WASP), Sheldon Tarsha (Adler’s Appetite/ Tarsha), Shawn Pelata (Line Of Fire), Stephen Chesney (Frontiers) and many more….

Rock Eyez                           (5 out 5)
“It’s really cool when you can release a masterpiece like this”
The Refinery Rock                (5 out of 5)
“star-studded classic.”
Shipwreck Island Studios      (4.98 out of 5)
“quite honestly I can’t think of any other project which is this exciting to listen to”
White Throne Metal Reviews  (9 out of 10)
“Listening to this disc I’m transported back in time and I enjoyed every minute of it.”
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Banophernalia                      (4 out of 5)
“This really is the best yet”
Rock Realms                       (88%)
“essential purchase for lovers of hard rock”
Christian Metal Realm          (No Score)
Overall, this project is an excellent one, and well worth the advance hype it has been receiving.

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