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Tortured Soul Party On With 20th Anniversary Album

The Brooklyn trio celebrate two decades on the scene with a mix of hits and rarities.

Tortured Soul crack open the vault to release their 20th Anniversary Album — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

A hefty mix of fan favourites and unreleased gems, the 16-track tome sees the Brooklyn trio toast two decades on the scene by including five previously unheard tracks and mixes — including two exclusive live recordings from the band’s 2020 performance at Little Big Beat Studios in Liechtenstein.

Since their first single I Might Do Something Wrong 20 years ago, frontman and songwriter John-Christian Urich and Tortured Soul have been a veritable force of nature on the scene, thanks to their world-class sound and deep, groove-centric rhythm. Fittingly, their 20th Anniversary Album features not one, but two versions of I Might Do Something Wrong: The Super Original Edit Intro and the Osunlade Lonely Mix.

Deliberately not titled a greatest hits or best-of — because the band is hardly resting on laurels — Tortured Soul’s 20th Anniversary Album is an invitation to celebrate their rich legacy while they put the finishing touches on a bevy of new releases. Their recent livestream from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas had more than five million viewers, and they just wrapped up their latest international tour.

Listen to 20th Anniversary Album below, watch the video for I’ll Be There For You above, and find Tortured Soul at their website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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