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Monday, April 12, 2010

More New Songs from Upcoming LCD Soundsytem Release

Posted By on Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 12:33 PM


Anticipation is running mighty high for the upcoming, third LCD Soundsystem album, This Is Happening. First, there were teaser videos documenting frontman James Murphy and co. recording, followed by an unveiling of the cover art, after which came the first single, "Drunk Girls." Now even more songs and videos of new LCD material have made their way online.

A few sites are hosting the new songs, but we prefer the streams on the We All Want Someone to Shout For blog. Featured there is a low-quality rip of Happening opener "Dance Yrself Clean" and one of the most '80s sounding songs Murphy has penned, "I Can Change." A live version of that same song is also up on Youtube, as well as a performance of "Drunk Girls," both from a recent show in NYC. Lastly, MP3 download hub Juno Records has a snippet of a burning hunk of dancefloor goodness called "Pow Pow," though it's just a short preview.

Between the officially released singles, these appetite-whetting teasers, and a good chunk of time before the album comes out, chances are we'll be hearing all of This Is Happening's nine songs before its release on May 18.

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