June 30, 2008 16:44

Carbon/Silicon to release live album

Mick Jones band set for limited edition release

Carbon/Silicon to release live album
Carbon/Silicon are set to release a limited edition live album.

'Carbon Casino' will be released via Carbonsiliconinc.com, and is restricted to 2,000 copies.

The album was recorded on February 29 at the Inn On The Green in Ladbroke Grove in London as part of the band's eight-week residency at the pub.

The album's tracklisting is:

'Magic Suitcase'
'Roadrunner'
'War On Culture'
'The News'
'National Anthem'
'The Truth'
'Soylent Green'
'I Loved You'
'Olilwell'
'Woke Up This Morning' (with Alabama 3)
'Why Do Men Fight?'


The band is fronted by The Clash's Mick Jones, who picked up the inspiration award at the NME Awards USA earlier this year.

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