The Chemical Brothers announce 'best of' album

Compilation album will be out in September

The Chemical Brothers announce 'best of' album
The Chemical Brothers will release a double 'best of' compilation album, 'Brotherhood', on September 1.

The album will feature two discs. The first will feature 14 singles from the band's back catalogue plus new song 'Keep My Composure', which features Spank Rock on vocals.

The second disc will feature the ten efforts the band have made under the name Electronic Battle Weapons', the series of tracks they made for DJs to test in clubs.

The album will be preceded by a single, 'Midnight Madness', which will be available as a download from August 4.

The tracklisting of the first disc of 'Brotherhood' will be:

'Hey Boy Hey Girl'
'Block Rockin' Beats'
'Do It Again'
'Star Guitar'
'Let Forever Be'
'Leave Home'
'Keep My Composure'
'Out Of Control'
'The Golden Path'
'Setting Sun'
'Chemical Beats'

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