January 10, 2003 8:59

MALKMUS 'PIG'S OUT

'Pig Lib' unveiled...

MALKMUS 'PIG'S OUT
Former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus has confirmed the tracklisting and release date for his new album with his band THE JICKS.


The record, 'Pig Lib', is out on March 14 through Domino in the UK and Matador in the US.


Stephen Malkmus is emphasising that the new album is band effort, with The Jicks bassist Joanna Bolme and drummer John Moen making significant contributions to the songs.


The band are expected to tour the UK around the album's release.



The full tracklisting is as follows:


'Water And A Seat'
'Ramp Of Death'
'(Do Not Feed The) Oyster'
'Vanessa From Queens'
'Sheets'
'Animal Midnight'
'Dark Wave'
'Witch Mountain Bridge'
'Craw Song'
'1% Of One'
'Us'

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