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Liberty N’Justice – The Vow (2014)

1-07-2014, 14:40
Music | Rock | Metal

Liberty N’Justice – The Vow (2014)

Artist: Liberty N’Justice
Title Of Album: The Vow
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: LNJ Records
Genre: Rock, Melodic Hard Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 49:23 Min
Total Size: 120 Mb


1. Forever Starts Tonight (featuring Gunnar Nelson of Nelson)
2. For Sure Thing (featuring Kelly Keeling of Baton Rouge)
3. Honeymoon Is Over (featuring Richard Kendrick)
4. That's Gonna Leave A Mark
5. Gone
6. Everynight She Cries
7. Promises To God (featuring Fergie Frederiksen of Toto)
8. Pucker Up (featuring Richard Kendrick)
9. Sting Of her Kiss (featuring Louis St. August of MASS)
10.Two Or More
11. Another Goodbye
12. Prince Charming In Disguise (featuring Gunnar Nelson of Nelson)

Justin Murr--Bass
JK Northrup--Guitars
David Cagle--Vocals
Eric Ragno--Keyboards
Michael Feighan--Drums

Liberty n' Justice was founded in 1991 by Justin Murr and Patrick Marchand. Just out of high school, they recorded their first album, 'Armed With The Cross', in 1992 on independent label Glory Rock Records. With the music of one and the voice of the other, they embarked on a six month tour to support it. 'Armed with the Cross' went on to sell 5500 units. Along the way, Liberty n' Justice added new band members Robert Sliger, Angie Beckett, James Beckett, Sarah Day, Bob Bacon and Kim Todd. The band members thought they were building momentum and decided to go back into the studio in 1994. The album they recorded, 'Big Guns', was over budget, had no musical direction, and lackluster production. It only sold 900 units. Many national and local magazines and newspapers wrote LnJ off, so the band withered away. In 1996, Murr and Marchand went into the studio to work on 'Forever Till The End' and they recorded 28 tunes. By this time, every major label had passed on Liberty n' Justice, and the band was drawing very few people to its shows. Just as Murr was about to trash the project, a long-time recording buddy and co-writer of most of LnJ's songs said he would sing leads on the project. Gregg Clemons (former CBS recording artist) took the project to the next level. At this time LnJ was just a studio group, but the songs caught the attention of a publishing company in Nashville. At dinner they offered a very "bad deal" which Murr turned down. He gave up on music. In 2000, Marchand called Murr and the two got together. After talking, they decided to record a fourth album, 'Bargain Bin', for Innate Records. Marchand, Murr, along with Holly Jones and Murr's wife Sharon, went on the 2000 "Karaoke Live" tour. At the end of our tour, Murr started planning a tour for 2001, but things fell apart. Efforts were made in 2002 by Murr to record what he thought would be a solo album. But soon he found himself calling Jamie Rowe (Guardian/London Calling) and Dale Thompson (Bride) and asked them to sing on two different songs for the album. To his surprise, they agreed. From there, things snowballed and the album finally got direction. Murr formed a partnership with Bill Tate and Gary Manuel called 3 Chord Records. They decided to use the band name Liberty n' Justice for the new album, which is titled 'Welcome to the Revolution'. The album features 18 known singers, including Lou Gramm of Foreigner and Michael Sweet of Stryper.

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