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KISS MY ANKH:
A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent CD
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Track/Artist

1. Killer
DoubleVirgo
2. I Still Love You
Gods of Fire
3. Lick It Up
Future 86
4. A Million To One
Steve Brown
5. Boyz Are Gonna Rock
Mike Weeks (with Andre LaBelle and T.J. Racer)
6. Back on the Streets
Jazan Wild
7. That Time of Year
Sheldon Tarsha, Ryan Roxie, Marko Pukkila, Troy Patrick Farrell
8. Love Kills
Vic Rivera / Kelli McCloud
9. Unholy
Curse God and Die
10. I Just Wanna
The Dead Zoo Keepers
11. Ted Poley (parody of Unholy)
C.C. Banana (with Banana 7, featuring Chris Caffery)

Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album: Frequently Asked Questions

On the eve of the release of its much-anticipated tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent, SplitScreen Entertainment has answered many of fans' questions about the project.

SplitScreen Entertainment: We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the Vinnie Vincent and Kiss fans from around the world who have written in with their questions, comments and feedback. We've been completely overwhelmed by response to this project and we apologize for not being able to reply to your inquiries individually. Rest assured, we have read them all and we hope this FAQ section will answer any questions you may still have about the tribute. Overall, we're extremely pleased that so many of you are looking forward to KISS MY ANKH and we can't wait for you to finally hear it! Now on to your questions...

Question: What compelled you to produce a Vinnie Vincent tribute album?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
Without a doubt, this is the question we are asked most often. Admittedly, Vinnie Vincent is not the most obvious candidate for a tribute album. For that matter, he's not even the most likely member of Kiss. If anything, Vinnie Vincent is the black sheep of the Kiss family and he's become something of a polarizing figure over the years. While some absolutely despise the man, others consider him a true guitar hero.

Yet love him or hate him, Vinnie Vincent never fails to be a topic of discussion amongst music fans the world over. The longest-running thread at the official ESP Guitars message board is a tribute to Vinnie Vincent, with some 2,000 replies and 60,000 views. There are also regular Vinnie Vincent debates at the infamous Metal Sludge Gossip Board. There are multiple Vinnie Vincent tribute pages at MySpace and Vinnie Vincent video clips routinely rack up tens of thousands of plays at YouTube. There is even a thriving fan community at VinnieVincent.com. In fact, a casual inspection of virtually any Kiss or hard rock forum will produce evidence that Vinnie Vincent is alive and well in the hearts and minds of his fans. Even though Vinnie has had very little creative output over the last 20 years, he has nonetheless left a lasting impression that lingers in his absence.

Interestingly, despite his virtual disappearance from the scene in recent years, Vinnie Vincent has retained a simmering fan base itching for something new. Their situation is not unlike that of Guns N' Roses fans, who have been waiting nearly 15 years for the release of "Chinese Democracy." In that respect, Vinnie could even be seen as the poor man's Axl Rose. Though fans may plead for the faintest glimmer that new material is on the horizon, they subsist on naught but the occasional leaked demo while the artist himself remains in relative seclusion. That being the case, if Vinnie Vincent is unable or unwilling to release a new album on his own, it falls to his fans to do it for him. This is where KISS MY ANKH fits into the equation.

We realized we'd tapped into something significant soon after announcing the album, when we began receiving inquiries from artists wishing to be involved. Literally dozens upon dozens of hopefuls contacted us about appearing on the tribute, citing their admiration of the man and their appreciation for his body of work. All of this is testament to the fact that Vinnie Vincent's music still means a lot to a lot of people. In addition to his notoriety as a singular shredder, Vinnie is a master at crafting compelling melodies with outrageous yet elegant lyrical content. Like the ankh itself (the Egyptian symbol of life everlasting), Vinnie Vincent is a creative force whose contributions live on more than a quarter-century after his initial emergence.

Though Kiss tribute albums have already been done to death, our more unorthodox approach seemed like a cool way of doing something new and different with the concept. Plus we had a funny title and we knew that Vinnie himself would appreciate the additional shot of income that sales of the album would generate. It is for all of these reasons, in addition to the motivating factors cited above, that SplitScreen Entertainment chose to produce KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent.

Question: Aren't most tributes to individual artists released after the artist is dead?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
Good point. True, Vinnie Vincent is not dead. At least we don't think he is. We certainly hope he's not! But since his career has been all but non-existent for the past decade, we figure the time is right to pay tribute to the music he created during his time in the spotlight. 

Question: Why aren't there more famous musicians on the tribute?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
Unlike the star-studded tribute albums that have become commonplace in recent years, KISS MY ANKH was never intended to feature big-name talent. Our original plan was to showcase a cross-section of Vinnie Vincent material recorded by real Vinnie Vincent fans. The fact that we ended up having a few names on board came as an added bonus, which has in turn helped draw attention to the project. In fact, the more awareness we received, the more name musicians came forward as big Vinnie Vincent fans, asking to be involved! We actually had to turn down 2 or 3 of them because they simply came to us too late!

Beyond the involvement of said name musicians, the roster for KISS MY ANKH consists primarily of rising talent we've had the pleasure of working with over the past few years; artists who have established themselves in their respective scenes and who are deserving of exposure to a wider audience. We're proud to say that each and every one of them delivered the goods on this tribute and we could not be happier with the lineup we've assembled.

Question: Why isn't my favorite Vinnie Vincent song on the tribute?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
To be sure, Vinnie Vincent wrote a lot of great songs and any compilation of his work will invariably leave off material that deserves to be included. In the case of KISS MY ANKH, we wanted to present highlights from throughout Vinnie's career. With essentially 5 albums from which to choose (3 with Kiss and 2 with the Vinnie Vincent Invasion), we decided upon a format of 2 tracks from each, assembled in chronological order. As such, we ended up with a healthy mix of well-known Vinnie Vincent favorites alongside a few lesser-known gems that we felt deserved a fresh listen. We shied away from material from the Treasure album and Vinnie's "Euphoria" EP, primarily because we felt the material might be a bit too obscure for the casual fan. For similar reasons, we chose not to include any of his collaborations with other artists like Dan Hartman or The Bangles. In the end, KISS MY ANKH stands as a representative sampling of Vinnie's mainstream catalog... the "Vintage Vincent," if you will.

Question: Why does my favorite Vinnie Vincent song sound so different?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
When compiling the talent roster for KISS MY ANKH, we made the conscious decision to not dictate style or form to our contributors. We simply picked the artists we felt were up to the challenge of doing the material justice and then let them make their own creative choices. Some chose to remain faithful to the source material, with a few taking great pains to preserve the sound and feel of the originals. Others chose to come up with their own unique interpretations, ranging from acoustic to industrial to death metal... and even a hilarious song parody roasting a member of the extended Kiss family! Ultimately, KISS MY ANKH is meant to pay tribute to Vinnie Vincent both as gifted songwriter and influential musician, so hopefully there will be something for everyone on the album.

Question: Why didn't you include covers of any of the unreleased Vinnie Vincent demos that have been floating around for years?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
Unfortunately, those songs were simply not available to us. Though it would have been cool to present some of Vinnie's unreleased material in the form of new recordings, the nature of song licensing does not really allow for this. In that same vein, the licensing process for the music Vinnie composed for the "Joanie Loves Chachi" TV series would have been similarly prohibitive... not that there was any great demand for that material in the first place, of course.

Question: Where did the title KISS MY ANKH come from?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
The title was actually something our executive producer came up with while attending a Vinnie Vincent Q&A in 1996 at the annual NY/NJ Kiss Expo. Vinnie was on stage, answering fans' questions and commenting on his upcoming projects, including plans to write an autobiography. When asked by an audience member if he had a title in mind, Vinnie stated that he did not yet have one. At which point, perhaps inspired by the official Kiss tribute album "Kiss My Ass," our producer blurted out his own suggestion, "Kiss My Ankh!" Everybody laughed, including Vinnie himself, and our producer wisely tucked away the phrase for future use. It wasn't until late last year that it finally occurred to him to utilize it as the title of a Vinnie Vincent tribute album... an idea that came to him one night while taking his girlfriend's dog for a walk! Parading the pooch is not one of his favorite activities so he tends to do a lot of creative thinking to pass the time. He had been trying to come up with a tribute album concept that would be at once very cool yet also somewhat obscure. Thankfully for the many Vinnie Vincent fans around the world, he nixed his original idea of doing a glam rock tribute to Manowar!

Question: Is there any significance to the cover art?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
For KISS MY ANKH, we very much wanted the cover to be a visual expression the album concept. Toward that end, we incorporated the ankh symbol itself, along with additional nods to the Egyptian theme of Vinnie's Kiss character. We chose to utilize the ankh in much the same way as the metallic letter V seen on the Vinnie Vincent Invasion album covers, where it is depicted as a big, iconic symbol floating in the sky. It was this motif that we attempted to incorporate into our own album cover, replacing the V with a metallic ankh.

Interestingly, in an old issue of the Vinnie Vincent Invasion fan club newsletter, Vinnie claimed that he liked to envision the band as having come from the future! As such, their album covers would embody this forward-thinking sensibility. In our case, since we're digging through the past and mining Vinnie's rich treasure trove of recorded material, our depiction of an ancient landscape (complete with hovering symbol) would seem to be a logical extension of this philosophy.

As a comedic tip of the cap to longtime Vinnie Vincent fans, we even briefly toyed with the notion of offering a special "Archive Edition" of KISS MY ANKH, released on audiocassette and shipped in an empty paint can... although we later thought better of the idea!

Question: Is there any significance to the August 6th pre-order date?


SplitScreen Entertainment:
August 6th is Vinnie's birthday. Happy birthday, dude! We hope you like your present!

Question: Have you heard from Vinnie Vincent or any members of the Invasion?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
We were actually delighted to receive a MySpace friend request from original Invasion vocalist Robert Fleischman! All of us behind the scenes have a tremendous appreciation for Robert's contributions to the Vinnie Vincent Invasion so it was very cool to find out that our project was on his radar. Robert's successor Mark Slaughter and drummer Bobby Rock are also now MySpace friends, but that's been the extent of our contact with the band. Hopefully all the Invasion members know that we have the utmost respect and admiration for the work they did 20 years ago and we hope to do them proud with our new project.

Question: Where is Vinnie Vincent today and what has he been doing in recent years?

SplitScreen Entertainment:
Surely the most fascinating aspect of producing our tribute to Vinnie Vincent has been encountering all the rumors that have circulated in his absence. The big question on everyone's mind seems to be... where in the world is Vinnie Vincent? Has he moved to Tennessee and retired from the music business? Is he now a chef running a restaurant in Connecticut? Has he had a sex change and is he living his life as woman? Despite the many and varied possible explanations for his recent low profile, Vinnie himself has yet to come forward to substantiate any of them. If anybody does know what Vinnie is up to these days, they're certainly not talking. Seemingly the last known public appearance of Vinnie Vincent was via a photograph taken to promote his limited edition autographed prints for the now-defunct KissWorld store in December 2004. Ever since then, despite sporadic rumors and the occasional court case, the man has been completely out of the public eye. If anyone out there has information as to Vinnie's current whereabouts, feel free to drop us a line because we'd like to send him a copy of the album for his birthday.

We hope that Vinnie is well, we hope he is happy and like the rest of his fans, we hope he is still pursuing his passion for music. Perhaps with a bit of good fortune, Vinnie Vincent will one day return to rock the world again.

Song samples of all tracks are available at the official KISS MY ANKH MySpace page.

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KISS MY ANKH:
A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent CD
$11.99 (plus S&H)

Track/Artist

1. Killer
DoubleVirgo
2. I Still Love You
Gods of Fire
3. Lick It Up
Future 86
4. A Million To One
Steve Brown
5. Boyz Are Gonna Rock
Mike Weeks (with Andre LaBelle and T.J. Racer)
6. Back on the Streets
Jazan Wild
7. That Time of Year
Sheldon Tarsha, Ryan Roxie, Marko Pukkila, Troy Patrick Farrell
8. Love Kills
Vic Rivera / Kelli McCloud
9. Unholy
Curse God and Die
10. I Just Wanna
The Dead Zoo Keepers
11. Ted Poley
C.C. Banana

Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album Adds C.C. Banana, Ted Poley Song

SplitScreen Entertainment has announced the late addition of a bonus track to its upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent.

Rock & roll comic C.C. Banana, known for his outrageous interviews with rockers and other celebrities, has written a new song parody exclusively for this project. The song is a comedic take on the Gene Simmons/Vinnie Vincent classic "Unholy," rewritten as a roast of Danger Danger vocalist Ted Poley. Despite its humorous overtones, the track is an appropriately heavy recreation of the Kiss original, featuring a guitar solo by Chris Caffery (Savatage, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), guitars and bass by Paul LaPlaca (Zandelle, Z02, Chris Caffery solo band), drums by Dennis Leeflang (Sun Caged, Epica, Bumblefoot solo band) and background vocals by Kelli McCloud (Queen of the Reich) and Vic Rivera (AdrianGale, Crunch, Poley/Rivera). A sample of the parody is now available at the official KISS MY ANKH MySpace page, along with samples of all other songs on the tribute.

Below are statements from C.C. Banana and Ted Poley himself, explaining the unlikely series of events that led to the inclusion of a Ted Poley tribute song on a Vinnie Vincent tribute album.

Ted Poley: "In 1992, Danger Danger was opening for Kiss on the UK leg of the Revenge Tour. One night after our set I was backstage walking down the corridor toward our dressing room, when suddenly Paul Stanley entered from the other end! Paul has always been one of my heroes and it was a tremendous honor to be out on tour with him and Kiss. When I saw him approaching, I really wanted to say hello and introduce myself... but I got starstruck and lost my nerve! So I ended up just looking down at my shoes and walking past without saying anything. But when I got to the other end of the hallway, I heard Paul belting out my name at the top of his lungs... to the tune of their new single "Unholy!" The words and melody just fit perfectly. "Ted Poh-laaaaayyyyy!" I don't care if this sounds lame, but that was one of the greatest moments of my life!"

C.C. Banana: "Immediately after I heard Ted's story, I knew I had to write the song parody! Even though he is known for being a fairly levelheaded guy, I thought it would be funny to paint a picture of a Ted Poley whose rock star ego is completely out of control. A man whose sense of self-importance became overinflated at the peak of his fame and kept right on growing. In other words, what if Ted Poley were more like Gene Simmons, the man who sang "Unholy" in the first place? That, my friends, is the circle of life."

A video clip of C.C. Banana announcing his participation in KISS MY ANKH during an episode of "Talking Metal on Fuse" is available at the following link. Place your pre-order before August 27th and save money on shipping!

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KISS MY ANKH:
A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent CD
$11.99 (plus S&H)

Track/Artist

1. Killer
DoubleVirgo
2. I Still Love You
Gods of Fire
3. Lick It Up
Future 86
4. A Million To One
Steve Brown
5. Boyz Are Gonna Rock
Mike Weeks (with Andre LaBelle and T.J. Racer)
6. Back on the Streets
Jazan Wild
7. That Time of Year
Sheldon Tarsha, Ryan Roxie, Marko Pukkila, Troy Patrick Farrell
8. Love Kills
Vic Rivera / Kelli McCloud
9. Unholy
Curse God and Die
10. I Just Wanna
The Dead Zoo Keepers

Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album Available for Pre-order

In honor of Vinnie Vincent's birthday on August 6th, SplitScreen Entertainment has opened up pre-orders for its upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent. It has also revealed the album's full track listing and complete artist roster. Scheduled for release on August 27th, song samples of all tracks are now available at the official KISS MY ANKH MySpace page. All songs on the tribute were written or co-written by Vinnie Vincent and originally appeared on albums by Kiss and the Vinnie Vincent Invasion.

KISS MY ANKH features a mixture of veteran and rising talent, united by a common passion for the source material. The tribute kicks off in grand fashion with a retro take on "Killer" by YouTube sensation DoubleVirgo, who made headlines earlier this year at KissOnline with his vintage-flavored interpretation of another overlooked Kiss nugget. Next up is a soaring rendition of "I Still Love You" by New York metal masters Gods of Fire, who add their distinct bombastic flair to the familiar ballad. This is followed by Kiss concert staple "Lick It Up," rendered with flash and finesse by the female-fronted Future 86, known for their long-running series of TV spots for media giant Cablevision. A soulful acoustic version of "A Million To One" follows by the one-man band of Steve Brown, founding Trixter guitarist and current frontman of modern rock outfit Stereo Fallout.

The album kicks into high gear with the explosive Vinnie Vincent Invasion anthem "Boyz Are Gonna Rock" by Mike Weeks (guitarist on the most recent solo offering from original Invasion vocalist Robert Fleischman), alongside former Nitro bassist T.J. Racer and drummer Andre LaBelle, who himself played drums on Vinnie Vincent's fabled yet unreleased third album, "Guitars From Hell." "Carnival of Souls" comic book creator Jazan Wild tears it up with a raw and raspy version of "Back on the Streets," a song recorded not only by Vinnie Vincent but also demoed by Frehley's Comet and even Kiss itself. The Invasion is further represented with a new rendition of "That Time of Year," a collaboration between former Adler's Appetite vocalist Sheldon Tarsha, former Alice Cooper guitarist Ryan Roxie, former Altaria bassist Marko Pukkila and current White Lion drummer Troy Patrick Farrell. Also featured is "Love Kills," the theme song from "A Nightmare on Elm Street 4," hauntingly resurrected by Queen of the Reich vocalist Kelli McCloud and Vic Rivera of AdrianGale, Crunch and Poley/Rivera fame.

The disc races toward the finish line with a bold and brutal death metal take on the evil Kiss classic "Unholy" by Curse God and Die, a project featuring Paul LaPlaca of the Chris Caffery solo band and Bumblefoot drummer Dennis Leeflang. The tribute comes to a dramatic close with a unique industrial/electronic interpretation of "I Just Wanna" by The Dead Zoo Keepers, featuring Kurt Monson and Dan McCafferty of the Rocklahoma-reunited Wild August with vocals by Danny Stanton, president of Coallier Entertainment and representative for such acts as Twisted Sister and Lita Ford.

All in all, KISS MY ANKH boasts a powerful lineup of inspired musicians and unforgettable music, assembled in honor of Vinnie Vincent. Place your pre-order before August 27th and save money on shipping!

Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album Cover Art Revealed

SplitScreen Entertainment has revealed the cover art for its upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent. Official release date, full track listing and complete artist roster will be unveiled on August 6th, 2008.

To see a larger version of the album cover, visit the official
KISS MY ANKH
MySpace page:

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Six More Added to Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album

Six additional musicians have been confirmed for the upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent.

Guitarist/keyboardist Paul LaPlaca (Zandelle, Z02, Chris Caffery solo band) has been tapped to contribute a dark interpretation of the foreboding Kiss track "Unholy." Chris Caffery himself (Savatage, Trans Siberian Orchestra) will perform the guitar solo with drums provided by Dennis Leeflang (Sun Caged, Epica, Bumblefoot solo band). Penned by Vinnie Vincent and Gene Simmons, the song is one of three Vincent co-writes to appear on Kiss' "Revenge" album from 1992, nearly a decade after his departure from the band.

Also confirmed for the tribute is a new recording of the Vinnie Vincent Invasion anthem "Boyz Are Gonna Rock" by Mike Weeks, guitarist on the most recent solo album by original Invasion vocalist Robert Fleischman. Joining Weeks on the track are former Nitro bassist T.J. Racer and drummer Andre LaBelle, who appeared alongside Fleischman on the unreleased third Vinnie Vincent album "Guitars from Hell."

Additional artists and track listings will be announced as they are confirmed.

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Tarsha, Roxie, Pukkila and Farrell Added to Vinnie Vincent Tribute

Four additional musicians have been confirmed for the upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent. Former Adler's Appetite vocalist Sheldon Tarsha, former Alice Cooper guitarist Ryan Roxie, former Altaria bassist Marko Pukkila and current White Lion drummer Troy Patrick Farrell have collaborated on a new recording of the Vinnie Vincent Invasion power ballad "That Time of Year." The original song was the lead single and MTV music video from the second Invasion album "All Systems Go," which featured the recording debut of vocalist Mark Slaughter. Tarsha, Roxie, Pukkila and Farrell join the previously announced Steve Brown (Trixter, Stereo Fallout), whose acoustic rendition of the Paul Stanley/Vinnie Vincent composition "A Million To One" recently premiered on Eddie Trunk's nationally syndicated Friday Night Rocks radio program. Additional artists and track listings will be announced as they are confirmed.

Listen to a sample of "That Time of Year" at the official KISS MY ANKH MySpace page:


"Friday Night Rocks" Gives Sneak Preview of
Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album

Steve Brown's new recording of the underground Kiss track "A Million To One," a song co-written by Paul Stanley and Vinnie Vincent, premiered during the May 30th episode of nationally syndicated radio program Friday Night Rocks. In the studio with DJ Eddie Trunk were Steve and his Trixter bandmate Mark "Gus" Scott, who were there to promote the upcoming Trixter reunion. Also discussed was Steve's new cover of "A Million To One," which will receive its official release on the upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent.

"It's just an amazing concept and that's why I signed on to the project," remarked Brown during the broadcast. "I mean, who would think to do a Vinnie Vincent tribute album? I just thought that was so funny! But Vinnie was a great guitar player and a great songwriter."

"You can laugh all you want about the fact that there's a Vinnie Vincent tribute album," offered Trunk, "but he was a huge part of the reason why Kiss had a career in the '80s. He wrote "Lick It Up" and all that great stuff. No matter what state the band is in now, Vinnie was a huge contributor to their success."

Trunk further added, "You've got to hear Steve's version of "A Million To One" because he did such a great job on it. He covered one of my favorite songs from a non-original Kiss lineup and he did such a different, cool version of it that I was just blown away. I only play one ballad per show, so I'm going to play it tonight." Ed later ended the program by selecting the song for his closing ballad.

Steve's interpretation of "A Million To One" is an elaborate acoustic rendition of the song, putting a fresh new spin on the 25-year-old classic. Additional artists and track listings will be announced as they are confirmed.

 

Read more of Eddie's comments about KISS MY ANKH in his latest Trunk Report:

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Trixter Guitarist Added to Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album

Founding Trixter guitarist Steve Brown has been added to the roster of the upcoming tribute album KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent. In an oddly appropriate twist of phrase, the man known for the #1 Dial MTV hit "One In A Million" will tackle the underground Kiss favorite "A Million To One." Steve's contribution will be an elaborate acoustic rendition of the song, putting a fresh new spin on the 25-year-old classic. Steve Brown currently fronts the modern rock act Stereo Fallout and is expected to reunite with his Trixter bandmates for select live dates in 2008, including the massive Rocklahoma festival in July. Additional artists and track listings will be announced as they are confirmed.

Listen to a sample of "A Million To One" by Steve Brown:



Official Cover Art Coming Soon

Vinnie Vincent Tribute Album Announced

As revealed during the March 14th episode of "Talking Metal on Fuse," SplitScreen Entertainment has announced its upcoming tribute album, KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent. Though Vinnie himself has not released any new material in over a decade, KISS MY ANKH will pay tribute to the undeniable musical legacy of the former Kiss guitarist. Vinnie's compositions are widely regarded as a highlight of the Kiss catalog and remain a staple of the live Kiss set list. Included on the tribute will be selections from the three Kiss albums to which Vinnie contributed, as well as the two albums he released with the Vinnie Vincent Invasion. Participating artists and track listings will be announced as they are confirmed.

KISS MY ANKH: A Tribute To Vinnie Vincent is scheduled for a Summer 2008 release.

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