Saturday, October 06, 2007

Something old, something new...

ATP records has come up with a new spin on the Singles Club, cooking up the Custom Made idea where bands will be invited to contribute something old (an old song), something new (a taste of their latest record), something borrowed (a cover) and something blue (a recording of the drummer having sex with a groupie... or, rather "open to interpretation) to make a double seven inch single pack.

First up is The Drones:

Side A. Something old – Cockeyed Lowlife of the Highlands (New recording of this old song)
Side B. Something new – I Don’t Ever Want to Change (taken from the album Gala Mill)
Side C. Something borrowed – I Drink (originally by Charles Aznavour)
Side D. Something blue – Shark Fin Blues (taken from the album Wait Long By the River…)

The singles will be in a limited run of 1,000, with the first 100 being in a silkscreen package; if you can't get physical there's the option of a download edition.

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