"Reborn", the covers album from NORTHERN KINGS, the new Finnish band consisting of four well-known metal musicians — J. Ahola (TERÄSBETONI), Marco Hietala (TAROT, NIGHTWISH), Tony Kakko (SONATA ARCTICA), J-P Leppäluoto (CHARON) — has been certified gold in Finland for sales in excess of 15,000 copies.
NORTHERN KINGS's video for its cover of TINA TURNER's "We Don't Need Another Hero" can be viewed below.
"Reborn" was released on October 31 via Warner Music Finland. The CD contains metal arrangements of '80s hits, including "We Don't Need Another Hero", CUTTING CREW's "I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight", PHIL COLLINS' "In The Air Tonight", DIRE STRAITS' "Brothers In Arms", PETER GABRIEL's "Sledgehammer" and DAVID BOWIE's "Ashes To Ashes".
"Reborn" (cover artwork) track listing:
01. We Don't Need Another Hero
02. Don't Bring Me Down
03. Sledge Hammer
04. I Just Died In your Arms Tonight
06. Ashes To Ashes
07. Broken Wings
08. Brothers In Arms
09. Rebel Yell
11. In The Air Tonight
12. Don't Stop Believing
13. Falling On Hard Times
Check out audio samples at www.myspace.com/northernkings.
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