The Death Set announce new album release date and tracklisting

'Michel Poiccard' is the group's first album since band member Beau Velasco died in 2009

The Death Set announce new album release date and tracklisting
The Death Set have announced details of an upcoming new album.

'Michel Poiccard' is the group's first album to be released since band member Beau Velasco died in 2009.

Due out on February 28, 2011, the studio effort is the follow-up to 2008's 'Worldwide' and features collaborations with Spank Rock and Diplo, reports TheQuietus.com.

Recorded in Brooklyn, the album was produced by XXXchange, who has worked with the likes of Kele and The Kills.

The tracklisting for 'Michel Poiccard' is as follows:

'I Wanna Take This Tape And Blow Up Ya Fuckin Stereo'
'Slap Slap Slap Pound Up Down Snap'
'We Are Going Anywhere Man'
'Can You Seen Straight'
'Chew It Like A Gun Gum'
'Is That A French Dog? (Featuring Beau Velasco)'
'I Miss You Beau Velasco'
'Michel Poiccard Prefers The Old (She Yearns For The Devil)'
'I Like The Wrong Way'
'A Problem Is A Problem It Don't Matter Where You From'
'Too Much Fun For Regrets'
'Kittens Inspired By Kittens'
'7PM Woke Up An Hour Ago (Featuring Spank Rock)'
'It's Another Day'
'Yo David Chase! You P.O.V. Shot Me In The Head (Featuring Diplo)'
'I Been Searching For This Song Called Fashion'
'Is It The End Again?'



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