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Danger Mouse and Jack White collaboration songs appear online – audio

Clips of duo's 'Rome' project available to hear now

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Audio snippets from Danger Mouse's collaborations with Jack White and Norah Jones have appeared online.

The songs appear on the producer's new collaboration album with composer Daniele Luppi, called 'Rome'.

Five segments of songs taken from the album have been posted online ahead of its release next year and are available to hear at Soundcloud.com.

The album is primarily a collaboration between Danger Mouse, real name Brian Burton, and Italian composer Luppi. It features guest singing spots from White and Jones, both of whom can be heard on the audio clip, which was originally broadcast on the NPR Music radio station.

'Rome', which has been recorded in parts over the past five years, was inspired by the film soundtrack work of Ennio Morricone.

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