TUFF is working on a five song EP called What Comes Around Goes Around Again to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band's debut album What Comes Around Goes Around.
Tuff vocalist Stevie Rachelle telles Sleaze Roxx: "I have a thing that has been in the works for a while that I've been planning. Me and Todd Chaisson, who have been playing together as Tuff for the last couple of years on the West Coast and wherever we can get a gig (laughs), are going to re-record four songs off the What Comes Around Goes Around album. I'm going to release it in 2011, the 20 year anniversary of the album, and it's going to be called What Comes Around Goes Around Again. I'm going to re-record I Hate Kissing You Good-bye, So Many Seasons, All New Generation and Good Guys Wear Black... those four songs. It's essentially going to be an EP, a remake of that record. I have a whole idea of how I want to do it.
I'm going to put one bonus track on there of a new song called Shagadoo To Lollipop. The only thing I will tell everyone is it's an original song but it has a Stevie Rachelle twist to it. I think some people are going to be hearing about the song. Shagadoo referencing Bon Jovi's hair, and Lollipop referencing Lil Wayne's big hit rap song. That's all I'll tell you. Look for that in 2011, a 5 song EP called What Comes Around Goes Around Again. It will be the four tracks re-done from What Comes Around Goes Around and the new song, Shagadoo To Lollipop."
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