March 5, 2007 19:09

Placebo release album on iTunes

Band's new covers album available in digital form

Placebo release album on iTunes
Placebo have released an album of covers which is available on iTunes as of today (March 5).

The release, titled simply 'Covers', will coincide with the band's upcoming UK shows, beginning at the Blackpool Empress Ballroom on April 5.

Each of the ten covers that feature on the album have been performed live throughout the band's career, and will now be available in digital form for the first time.

The covers were only previously available on the limited edition bonus CD available with 2003's ‘Sleeping With Ghosts’ album.

This digital release follows the massive download demand of the band’s cover of [a]Kate Bush[a]'s ‘Running Up That Hill’ after it featured on TV show 'The OC'.

The tracklisting is:

‘Running Up That Hill
‘Where Is My Mind’
‘Bigmouth Strikes Again’
‘Johnny and Mary’
‘20th Century Boy’
‘The Ballad of Melody Nelson’
‘I Feel You’
‘Daddy Cool’

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