Liberty N’ Justice along with Shipwreck Island Studios is giving away LNJ’s 2006 CD “Soundtrack Of A Soul” for free all day Christmas Eve at www.shipwreckislandstudios.com. The CD features guest vocals from Sebastian Bach, Stephen Pearcy (RATT), Mark Slaughter (Slaughter), Pete Loran (Trixter), Tony Harnell,

Leif Garrett and many more! Then on Christmas Day, Shipwreck Island is giving away a bunch more free music including a yet to be released LNJ tune featuring Terry Illous (XYZ), Alton Hood (D.O.C.) & JK Northrup!!!

This is LNJ’s way of saying Merry Christmas and don’t forget that LNJ’s new CD on Retroactive Records  “Light It Up” is gonna be available 1-19-10 but preorders are shipping now and the CD can now be ordered through CD baby (http://cdbaby.com/cd/lnj) or LNJ’s revamped website (www.libertynjustice.net) !

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