In a picture recentely posted on Julien-K's official website, it seems as if Julien-K has inadvertedly revealed the official tracklist (if not most of the songs) off of Chester's upcoming solo album, set to be released under the moniker Dead By Sunrise. Originally named Snow White Tan, this band features all members of Julien-K (with Chester on lead vocals) and is believed the final result of Chester's long awaited and highly anticipated solo project, originally set for release this year but now rumored to be pushed until sometime in 2008. While it should be noted that absolutely no confirmation has been given by either Chester or Julien-K in response to this story, the image features several already well known Chester solo tracks such as "Morning After" and "Let Down" the latter of which was only performed once for the MTV ReAct Now: Music For Relief concert back in 2005. Also of interest is the fact that "Morning After" is listed twice suggesting that the first is the album version, with the other more than likely being the Julien-K remix featured on the official Underworld: Evolution soundtrack which was released in early 2006 in compact disc format. We will try our hardest to get a definitive answer on this over the next few weeks, but for the time being, here is the tracklist transcribed to the best of our abilities (thank you Tasta): Morning After Let Down Mr. Suffering Darkness N^LU Wall of Sound Instrumental Fire Hold Life 20 (infinity symbol) 2 Give Me Your Time Introutro Walking in Circles Morning After PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME TRACKS MAY BE WORKING TITLES AND NOT THE FINAL SONG NAME. Further proof can be found by going to www.julien-k.com/scene, and then by clicking on "Fun" and going to picture #7. By viewing this gallery you will also be able to find pictures of Chester and Julien-K rehearsing "Let Down" at Ryan Shuck's house before it's official TV debut. Discuss your thoughts in the official thread which can be found here! A big thank you must go out to Hahninator (for alerting us to this great find) and to Astat for even taking the time to transcribe the song titles.