Ceperion Records and producer Chris Masuretti are proud to announce the release of their newest album, Untold, this year's hottest mix of feel good and party down. Masuretti has blended the voices of Kelly Briscoe, Fiona Fredericks, Giovanni, and the renowned South American, Taro Sebastian, creating the perfect balance that you hear throughout Untold. Juxtaposing the importance and weight of a lead singer with the group of artists that accompany him has proven to be Masuretti's recipe for an exquisite Italian-American taste. Untold is the seventh offering from Masuretti (The first three albums were written in Spanish, the last four in English) proving that the artist is not only creative, but has staying power and the chops to back it up. In fact, The Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen, has given Masuretti permission to release a club remix of the song Dancing in the Dark. You can find this hot new single on the Untold promotional CD. Music videos of songs from the album are available to watch at masuretti.com, and a DVD of the video Untold will soon be available for purchase. Thanks to Ziclamen Web Designs the website is up and running and it looks great. Fully animated and interactive, there are hours' worth of video teasers, music clips, stories, bios and more to keep the new Masuretti fans informed and up to date. Masuretti is done preparing the release product, and Untold is this very minute, at the factory being pressed for a mid-August release. The video for the timely single Summer Soldiers (Soldados de Verano) is in production and will star Taro Sebastian and Masuretti. The plot of the video is so top secret at this point even those involved in the project aren't being given a hint. Knowing Masuretti, it is sure to be a blockbuster-style call to stand up for what we all believe in. As the Spanglish song states, 'Give us peace or give us NADA'. *And, just to prove what a diverse and globally minded producer Masuretti is, the Spanish language version of Untold will be available this fall. Translation has already begun, and Masuretti plans to promote the album throughout Europe and the United States, working his way down to South America with stops in Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Montevideo, Uruguay. Oh, and maybe a detour in the Andes for a little video shoot . . .