Slipped Into Tomorrow
John Norum's 1999 studio album for Toshiba-EMI is called "Slipped Into Tomorrow", an extremely potent blend of killer riffs and furious solos which Norum fans have come to expect. Here you'll find a deadly cover of Thin Lizzy's "Killer Without A Cause" and an awesome bonus track, a live version of "Center Of Balance". Tracks such as still in the game deliver Norum's now familiar metal-edged hard rock with his blistering, mind-blowing soloing adding the icing on the guitaristic cake. Norum also handles the vocals and guitar work with a journeyman's polish and delivers one of his most powerful releases to date.
|03:47||Still In The Game||Vocal|
|03:30||Waiting On You||Vocal|
|05:56||Losing My Mind||Vocal|
|04:17||Freedom Is My Truth||Vocal|
|04:41||Songs Of Yesterday||Vocal|
|04:04||Killer Without A Cause||Vocal|
|06:26||Center Of Balance||Vocal|
|John Norum||All Guitars, Lead & Background Vocals, Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Thomas Broman||Drums, Percussion|
|Mats Levin||Additional Background Vocals|
|Leif Sundin||Vocals on Bonus Track "Center Of Balance"|
|Peter In De Betou||Mastering|
|Hiro Abe||Layout, Design|
|Recorded at First Take Studio Subsonic, Stockholm, Sweden.
Mixed at Shortlist Studios.
Mastered at the Cutting Room, Stockholm.