Tarja showcases Never Enough

Former Nightwish singer Tarja Turunen has issued a promo of her track Never Enough.

It’s taken from her live album Luna Park Ride which is released on June 1 via earMusic. It’ll launch on 2CD, 2LP, DVD, Blu-ray and on digital formats.

Never Enough appears on the bonus disc bundled with the CD, DVD and Blu-ray releases and features over 70 minutes of extra material recorded at her shows between 2010-2014.

She previously issued Until My Last Breath from the album.

Luna Park Ride tracklist

  1. Dark Star 2. My Little Phoenix 3. The Crying Moon 4. I Walk Alone 5. Falling Awake 6. Signos (Soda Stereo cover) 7. Little Lies 8. Underneath 9. Stargazers 10. Ciaran’s Well 11. In For A Kill 12. Where Were You Last Night, Heaven Is A Place On Earth, Livin’ On A Prayer 13. Die Alive 14. Until My Last Breath 15. Wishmaster

Bonus disc

  1. In For A Kill – Masters Of Rock, Czech Republic 2010 2. I Walk Alone – Masters Of Rock, Czech Republic 2010 3. Archive Of Lost Dreams – Masters Of Rock, Czech Republic 2010 4. Crimson Deep – Masters Of Rock, Czech Republic 2010 5. I Feel Immortal – Summer Breeze, Germany 2011 6. The Siren – Summer Breeze, Germany 2011 7. Until my Last Breath – Summer Breeze, Germany 2011 8. 500 Letters – Ekaterinburg, Russia 2014 9. Damned & Divine – Ekaterinburg, Russia 2014 10. Neverlight – Ekaterinburg, Russia 2014 11. Anteroom Of Death – Wacken Open Air, Germany 2014 12. Never Enough – Summer Breeze, Germany 2014 13. Die Alive – Summer Breeze, Germany 2014 14. Victim Of Ritual – Summer Breeze, Germany 2014
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