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B16 said in Ottobre 29th, 2010 at 14:55

Franz Ferdinand are set to play a trio of ‘secret’ gigs in Spain.

The band will make their live comeback next month, and have confirmed the dates, cities and supports for their shows, but not the locations.

The venues will not be confirmed until the day of each gig.

So far the band have confirmed they will play Barcelona with Dinero on November 4, San Sebastian with Igloo on November 6 and Malaga with The Bleach on November 8.

There will be 600 pairs of tickets for each show. For information on how to claim them, head to


The Black Keys have announced details of a limited-edition box-set of their 2010 album ‘Brothers’.

Released on November 26, the collection will include the album on CD and double 45rpm vinyl, a poster and a bonus 10-inch vinyl record.

The six-song bonus disc features previously unreleased live renditions of a number of tracks including ‘Everlasting Light’, ‘She’s Long Gone’ and past single ‘Tighten Up’.

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The tracklisting for the ‘Brothers’ bonus disc is as follows:

Side A

‘Everlasting Light’
‘Next Girl’
‘Tighten Up’

Side B

‘Howlin’ For You’
‘She’s Long Gone’
‘Too Afraid To Love You’


Gorillaz’ latest collaborator, British singer Daley, has spoken about recording new song ‘Doncamatic (All Played Out)’ with Damon Albarn and co.

The vocalist, who was among those performing as part of the collective at Los Angeles’ Gibson Amphitheater last night (October 27), told NME how he came up with the song, set for release as a single on November 22.

“Gorillaz is just an amazing family to become a part of,” he said. “I’m not sure how it works with other Gorillaz collaborators, but Damon and I wrote this song together.”

He added: “We definitely agreed that we wanted to write a pop song, so it’s a bit different from a normal Gorillaz song.”

Daley performed his song live with Gorillaz last night in a set which also included Lou Reed again joining the band for ‘Some Kind Of Nature’, while Mos Def and De La Soul were also involved.

Albarn said of the show: “Tonight was so much fun. I am very, very lucky. I haven’t played outside of England like this for 10, 12 years, and America was always such a struggle for Blur, even though we had a loyal cult thing going on here. It was never like this.”


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