TWISTED SISTER MEMBERS SALUTE SLEAZE ROXX
July 9, 2009
Twisted Sister members Dee Sinder and Jay Jay French recently gave a ‘shout-out’ to Sleaze Roxx with a couple of short youtube videos.
Twisted Sister is promoting their recently released 25th Anniversary Edition of Stay Hungry. Unfortunately early shipments of disc one had an audio problem and replacements have been sent out.
The band states, “At this point, we believe all record stores in the U.S. are replenished with correct CD packages, and moving forward, it is up to each retailer to contact Rhino/WEA to switch out their inventory if they have not already done so.
iTunes is now online with corrected audio. Anyone that bought thru iTunes should have received an update from them with free replacement for Disc One.
IN ALL CIRCUMSTANCES: Regardless of wherever in the world you purchased your CD package, if your Disc One has bad audio, you can get a replacement CD Disc One in a slip case by emailing Dr.Rhino@rhino.com AND putting TWISTED SISTER in the subject line.
Thanks again for your patience and understanding. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to visit our SMF Slamboard that you can access HERE”
In a recent interview with Sleaze Roxx (viewable at http://sleazeroxx.com/interviews/dee-snider-interview/) vocalist Dee Snider revealed that the band was writing new material.
Dee stated, “One thing that I’m really excited about is the musical based on the Christmas album, that thing has taken a life of its own. The musical incorporates most of the Christmas album, select Twisted Sister songs both famous and infamous, but it needs another 8 to 10 new songs to help to tell the story, so we have been writing at the present time. The new material will be for a new record that will be a companion piece to the Christmas record. A Twisted Christmas the musical will launch in 2010, it’s new material but not new music, it’s much bigger, and it will be part of the bigger picture. Ultimately we won’t even be in it, because it is about a fictitious band, loosely based on us. I hope to create something that will be free standing, alternative holiday entertainment but that can go on long after we’re done performing.”