LCD Soundsystem announce live album details

'The London Sessions' will be available on iTunes from November 9

LCD Soundsystem announce live album details

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LCD Soundsystem are to release an in-the-studio live album.

'The London Sessions' is released on November 9 through iTunes – however, it will only be available until December 6, reports

The nine-track release was recorded at The Pool/Miloco Studios in London on June 29 and features the likes of 'Pow Pow', 'Daft Punk Is Playing At My House' and 'Drunk Girls'.

Meanwhile, the band will kick off their co-headline UK tour with Hot Chip at London's Alexandra Palace on November 10.

The tracklisting for 'The London Sessions' is as follows:

'Us V Them'
'All I Want'
'Drunk Girls'
'Get Innocuous!'
'Daft Punk Is Playing At My House'
'All My Friends'
'Pow Pow'
'I Can Change'
'Yr City's A Sucker'

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