Danish hard rockers Pretty Maids are alive and kicking and set to release an exciting new live album via Frontiers Music Srl. ‘Maid In Japan – Future World Live 30th Anniversary’ is a special live document which sees the band offer a full performance of their classic album ‘Future World’, originally released in 1987 and their first major breakthrough release in the metal community

Having hit the road over the course of 2017-18 to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of ‘Future World’, Pretty Maids decided to record and film a live performance of the album in Tokyo, Japan where they were set to play for two nights in November 2018. “The decision to record it in Japan was kind of obvious as it has been one of our strongest markets since the 1980’s, and we had never filmed any live stuff there,” explains singer Ronnie Atkins. “I remember both the concerts we played as absolutely great fun with a very loud and enthusiastic crowd. It’s always a pleasure performing in Japan since it’s a fantastic and very dedicated audience and always has been.”

‘Maid In Japan’ follows the autumn 2019 release of ‘Undress Your Madness’, the current studio album by Pretty Maids and the latest in a line of critically and commercially successful records the band made during the 2010’s that also includes ‘Kingmaker’, ‘Motherland’ and ‘Pandemonium’.

CD / DVD / Blu-ray
1  FW30 (Intro)
2  Future World
3  We Came To Rock
4  Love Games
5  Yellow Rain
6  Loud ´N´ Proud
7  Rodeo
8  Needles In The Dark
9  Eye Of The Storm
10  Long Way To Go
11  Mother Of All Lies
12  Kingmaker
13  Bull’s Eye
14  Little Drops Of Heaven
15  Sin-Decade
Bonus material on DVD and Blu-ray:
the videos
Little Drops Of Heaven
Mother Of All Lies
Nuclear Boomerang
My Soul To Take
A Heart Without A Home
Face The World
Bull’s Eye
Last Beauty On Earth
Will You Still Kiss Me (When I See You In Heaven)
– Balingen Documentary
– Japan Documentary
– Interviews with Ronnie Atkins, Ken Hammer, Chris Laney, Rene Shades

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Ronnie Atkins – vocals
Ken Hammer – guitars
Rene Shades – bass
Chris Laney – keyboards, guitar
Allan Sørensen – drums
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