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Sparks announce new album tracklisting
Sparks have announced the track listing for their new album.

'Exotic Creatures Of The Deep' is out on May 19.

The tracklisting is:

'Good Morning'
'Strange Animal'
'I Can’t Believe That You Would Fall For All The Crap In This Song'
'Let The Monkey Drive'
'Intro Reprise'
'I've Never Been High'
'(She Got Me) Pregnant'
'Lighten Up, Morrissey'
'This Is The Renaissance'
'The Director Never Yelled Cut'

Meanwhile Sparks will play 21 gigs in London, playing a different album each night between May 16 – June 13.

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