L.A. GUNS: ‘Speed’ Performance Clip From ‘Made In Milan’ DVD And Blu-Ray

Written by on March 17, 2018

A video clip of L.A. GUNS performing the song “Speed” last year in Milan, Italy can be seen below. The track will be featured in the band’s new CD, DVD and Blu-ray, “Made In Milan”, which will be released on March 23 via Frontiers Music Srl.

After more than a decade apart, Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis reunited in 2016 under the L.A. GUNS banner and released arguably the most critically praised album of their catalog, “The Missing Peace”.

With a newfound energy and the enthusiasm of the then-imminent release of “The Missing Peace”L.A. GUNS stormed onto the stage in Milan, Italy for the 2017 edition of the Frontiers Rock Festival and took absolutely no prisoners, packing the set front to back with stone-cold classics and soon-to-be classics.

“Made In Milan” track listing:

CD:

01. No Mercy
02. Electric Gypsy
03. Killing Machine
04. Bow Solo/Over The Edge
05. Sex Action
06. Speed
07. One More Reason
08. Kiss My Love Goodbye
09. Don’t Look At Me That Way
10. Malaria
11. Never Enough
12. Jelly Jam
13. The Ballad Of Jayne
14. Rip And Tear

DVD/Blu-ray:

01. No Mercy
02. Electric Gypsy
03. Killing Machine
04. Bow Solo/Over The Edge
05. The Bitch Is Back
06. Sex Action
07. Speed
08. One More Reason
09. Kiss My Love Goodbye
10. Don’t Look At Me That Way
11. Malaria
12. Never Enough
13. Jelly Jam
14. The Ballad Of Jayne
15. Rip And Tear

Prior to “The Missing Peace”, the last time Lewis and Guns joined forces was back in 2000 with legendary producer Andy Johns for the making of what would become “Waking The Dead”.

Speaking with Express & StarTracii said: “With Phil and I in particular, we have a certain chemistry that’s undeniable. And, you know, when you’re at your loneliest, you wanna go home, right? So, we both felt like it was time to go home and be comfortable with that undeniable relationship that we have musically. I mean, right away, the first time we got back together and played, you know, it’s so obvious, you can’t deny it. At some point in your life, you can’t deny what’s real.”

Regarding the sound of the new L.A. GUNS material, Tracii said: “Phil‘s vocal style and his way of writing kind of offsets that balance of the heavy music, that’s something that’s possibly more mainstream or identifiable, so there’s a lot of, you know, kind of typical sleazy L.A. GUNS, high-energy riff rock. There’s a little bit of sloppy New Orleans, kind of sweaty, kind of bluesier stuff too. It’s a big record.”

Earlier in the month, guitarist Michael Grant left L.A. GUNS “to pursue other interests, including his solo project, MICHAEL GRANT & THE ASSASSINS,” according to a statement from L.A. GUNS. A replacement guitarist has not yet been announced.

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