October 24, 1998 10:44


UK tour planned for next year; record track for [B]CLASH[/B], [B]LENNON[/B] and [a]Big Star[/a] tributes...

THE AFGHAN WHIGS have recorded a version of THE CLASH's 'Lost In The Supermarket' (originally on 'London Calling') for inclusion on a forthcoming Clash tribute album, set for release next year.

A spokesman for Epic, who will release the tribute album, told NME: "We haven't got a date because we're still waiting for a release schedule for the Clash live album, that will be coming out on Columbia. I can't see it coming out before Summer of 1999 at the very earliest."


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CD: Afghan Whigs - 1965[/url]
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Live: Afghan Whigs - New York CMJ[/url] tour dates
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MTV Online has reported that The Afghan Whigs have also recorded a tracks for forthcoming JOHN LENNON and BIG STAR tribute albums; the tracks they have covered are 'Woman' and 'Nightime' respectively.

The Whigs release a new single - 'Something Hot' - from current album '1965' in late January/early February next year. They will also be playing a full UK tour around that time; dates are being finalised and ought to be announced later this week. Click back regularly for more news.

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