'Talking Ain't Enough - Fair Warning Live In Tokyo' album due out soon!




Tommy Heart – vocals

Helge Engelke – guitars

Ule W. Ritgen – bass

C.C. Behrens - drums

Germany’s foremost Melodic Hard Rockers Fair Warning have inked a deal with Steamhammer / SPV to release ‘Talking Ain’t Enough – Fair Warning Live In Tokyo’, as a triple CD, double DVD and limited edition box set on November 22nd.


Following the release of their incredibly well-received last studio album, ‘Aura’, in the Spring of 2009, Fair Warning hugely impressed the audiences of various major European Festivals before jetting off to Japan to play at the Loudpark Festival in Tokyo. In January 2010, Fair Warning returned to play a totally sold out national tour of Japan, where they have enjoyed superstar status since the release of their self-titled debut album in 1992.


‘Talking Ain’t Enough – Fair Warning Live In Tokyo’ perfectly captures the band’s awesome live sets at the Loudpark Festival 2009 and at their own headline concerts in Tokyo in January 2010.


‘Talking Ain’t Enough – Fair Warning Live In Tokyo’ will be available as a triple CD digipak containing CD1 ; Tokyo January 2010, CD2; Tokyo January 2010 and CD3; Loudpark 2009.


‘Talking Ain’t Enough – Fair Warning Live In Tokyo’ will also be released as a double DVD digipak, containing DVD1; Tokyo January 2010 (approximately 120 minutes live footage) and DVD2; Loudpark 2009, (approximately 60 minutes live footage plus approximately 15 minutes of private footage and shots).


‘Talking Ain’t Enough – Fair Warning Live In Tokyo’ will also be manufactured as a limited edition (3,000 worldwide) hard cover box set containing all three CD’s and two DVD’s, plus a deluxe booklet and exclusive alternative cover artwork.


Fair Warning formed in 1991 and burst out of the starting blocks with 1992’s self-titled debut album, which firmly established the band in Germany and went platinum in Japan. Fair Warning then went on to win over the rest of Europe with their ‘Rainmaker’, (1995), ‘Go!’ (1997) and ‘Four’ (2000) albums, winning tour support slots across the continent with the likes of Status Quo and Whitesnake. After a break of five years they reformed to release the powerful ‘Brother’s Keeper’ album in 2006, and then ‘Aura’, an album even more steeped in old-school first class, classic, melodic rock than its predecessor.


‘Talking Ain’t Enough – Fair Warning Live In Tokyo’ faithfully documents the fun and spontaneity this exceptional Melodic Hard Rock group had, fully firing on all cylinders at two of their finest, most focused, fluid, intense concerts ever.

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