May 13, 2010 12:09

Mark Ronson releases first taste of 'Record Collection' album – video

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Mark Ronson has released the first music from his forthcoming new album 'Record Collection' online via a new video.

The video for the song, 'Circuit Breaker', can be viewed by clicking below.

The video for the song is based on the Legend Of Zelda computer games, featuring a DJ battle between characters and guitar-toting skeleton sprites. It was directed by filmmakers Jordan Galland and Gary Breslin and was premiered on

'Record Collection' is set for release in September. It will be Ronson's third album and will be released under the name Mark Ronson And The Business. Songs set for the record include 'Bang Bang Bang', 'The Bike Song' and 'Somebody To Love Me'.

Ronson discusses the album in the new issue of NME, talking about collaborators including Boy George, The Drums' Jonathan Pearce, Kaiser Chiefs' Nick Hodgson and The Zutons' Dave McCabe.

Get this week's issue of NME, on UK newsstands nationwide, for the exclusive Mark Ronson interview.

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