And One cancels release 'Bodypop 1 1/2' MCDPosted on 27/11/07
The previously announced And One "Bodypop 1 1/2" MCD (expected for December) will not be released, in fact the release has been cancelled. Instead Out Of Line will release the MCD as an extended full length tribute album in February 2008. Expect 12 tracks on this release including cover of the following classics: Depeche Mode ("Never Let Me Down Again"), Front 242 ("Operating Tracks"), D.A.F ("Der Mussolini"), Nitzer Ebb ("I Give to You"), The Cure ("Kyoto Song") and so on. More on this release as we get the tracklist confirmed.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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