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RHCP to release new songs

2012-06-19 20:49
 
red hot Chili peppers
Los Angeles - Red Hot Chili Peppers are set to release 18 new songs.

The Under the Bridge hitmakers are to bring out the tracks - recorded during sessions for their recent album I'm With You - over the next six months, with each one available both digitally and on two-song seven-inch vinyl singles, beginning with Strange Man and Long Progression on 14 August.

The group's guitarist Josh Klinghoffer said: "Finding songs that seem to want to join hands with others is a special task that require the right people... and the right songs!

"Some songs seem to have a lot more of an agenda than others. Some songs play well with others and some songs need more attention and a little extra care. Here are some songs that seemed to want to pair up and take a later train.

"Keep your eye on them, they're up to something."

Titles not yet confirmed


The second set of tracks, Magpies and Victorian Machinery will be released on 11 September, with Never is a Long Time and Love of Your Life following on 2 October.

Releases with titles not yet confirmed - are then scheduled for 6 November, 4 December and 18 December, with the final songs coming out in early 2013.

Each vinyl release will feature cover artwork by Kelsey Brookes and fans will be able to combine them to create a larger piece of art.

- BangShowBiz

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