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Greed Threatens New Supergroup's Future

04/26/2010
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(Rock Radio) The supergroup album recorded by Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian may never see release after opposing management teams fallen out over profit splits, producer Kevin Shirley reveals.

The band were to be called Black Country but had to change their plans after an outfit with the same name objected. They've not revealed their new name, but stars including Steve Harris of Iron Maiden and Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers have heard the album and say it's incredible.

Shirley himself has heaped praise on the tracks while working on them but now he fears that if a "salvage operation" fails, the album will never be released. "Black Country looks to have imploded with the complete album in the can. We set out as friends and lovers of music to make something special. Then the managers got involved and kept changing their wants, ultimately demanding everything," Shirley said. - more on this story

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