THAYER-St. JAMES – The Lost Tapes (2022) *HQ 0dayrox Exclusive*

THAYER-St. JAMES - The Lost Tapes (2022) HQ *0dayrox Exclusive* - full

Black ‘N Blue frontman Jaime St. JAMES, and his former Black ‘N Blue bandmate and current KISS guitarist Tommy THAYER, have found some old songs that they wrote together decades ago, recorded in the late ’80s, but never released.
Now these tracks are being released by themselves as “THAYER-St. JAMES ; The Lost Tapes“.
The songs present on ”The Lost Tapes” were produced by skilled Pat Reagan and recorded in 1988 with the help of Gene Simmons after Geffen Records dropped Black ‘N Blue. Simmons Records agreed to release the new Black ‘N Blue album, but soon after the studio time Thayer quit the band eager to do other things.
The recorded songs were saved for more than 30 years on 2” analog multitrack tape and two track mixes on 1/4” tape, but were unfortunately disintegrated beyond use. After some digging, they found a DAT tape with a copy.

THAYER-St. JAMES - The Lost Tapes (digipak)

This is a Limited Edition physical CD only personally autographed by Tommy & Jaime, and while it isn’t cheap (sells for $30 USD + $10 shipping and handling for orders within the US, and $30 USD + $20 for international orders) this is a collectible which soon will became a rarity, and worth every cent – these songs rock greatly.
These recordings were almost lost forever – now thanks to a bit of digital polishing, these songs have come to life! (contributors get lossless & full scans)

You’ve seen it first at 0dayrox


01 – Sweet Sensation
02 – American Man
03 – Time
04 – Ballad Of The Bullet
05 – Work It

Jaime St. James – vocals
Tommy Thayer – guitars
Patrick Young (Black ‘N Blue) – bass
Jeff Labansky (Angel’s Frank DiMino) – guitars
Mitch Perry (Badd Boyz, James Christian) – guitars

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1 Response

  1. AOR Fan says:

    Love this, Time is one of the best songs they did. Its a shame it was never released.

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