October 21, 2011 02:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Two weeks ago, James Durbin of American Idol on FOX revealed a few details about his debut album, and now James Durbin has revealed the track listing. But that’s not all – James will have a collaboration with another rocker, but who is it? Read on for more…
If you were excited to hear that James Durbin of American Idol will be releasing his debut album “Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster” in stores this November, you will be thrilled to hear that James has revealed the track listing. It was also announced that two singles will head to radio, the song “Stand Up” will head to the rock stations and “Love Me Bad” to the Top 40. “Stand Up” we have learned has also been tapped as the NFL’s stadium anthem for the 2011 season. “Memories Of A Beautiful Disaster” was produced by Howard Benson, who also produces Daughtry – coincidence? Nah, we think he just knows talent!
One of the tracks, “Outcast,” is a collaboration with Mick Mars of Motley Crue, in which James Durbin said: “When Mick Mars started shredding on his guitar I literally lost my mind. He’s a true rock legend and he’s playing on my record. It doesn’t get any cooler than that.” But James Durbin was not the only excited one, as Mick Mars also stated: “It was sick to have played on James’ debut album. To be the only featured guest artist on the record was really cool as I know a lot of others wanted to be on it. James Durbin kicks ass, he’s the real deal.”
The track list is as follows:
Higher Than Heaven
All I Want
Love In Ruins
Right Behind You
Love Me Bad
Outcast (feat. Mick Mars)
James Durbin’s debut album is set to hit stores on the 21st of November. Are you excited about James Durbin’s new album?
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