May 4, 2010 12:00

Omar Rodriguez Lopez and John Frusciante release 'pay what you want' charity album

Duo team up for instrumental release

Omar Rodriguez Lopez and John Frusciante release 'pay what you want' charity album

Photo: PA Photos

The Mars Volta's Omar Rodriguez Lopez and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante have released an instrumental album together as part of a 'pay what you want' scheme.

The album, which is simply entitled 'Omar Rodriguez Lopez & John Frusciante', was "recorded many years ago" according to the duo, although most of the tracks have remained unreleased until now.

Although fans can download it for free, they are encouraged to pay what they can as all profits are being donated to Keep Music In Schools charity program.

For more information, and to download the album, head to Omardigital.rodriguezlopezproductions.com now.

Read More On This Artist

More News
Footage emerges of Foo Fighters playing instrumental version of new song 'Outside' -...
Frank Ocean recording new album with Hit-Boy and Rodney Jerkins
Entertainment Retailers Association call U2's album giveaway 'as damaging as piracy'
Sky Ferreira compares her collaborative track with Charli XCX to Tatu
Neil Young shares live recording of new song 'Who's Gonna Stand Up' - listen
Oscar-winning musician Hans Zimmer announces first ever UK shows
Hookworms reveal new song 'On Leaving' – listen
Kanye West tells media to 'pick a new target' during Brisbane gig
Crystal Fighters plan charity foundation in honour of late drummer Andrea Marongiu
Aphex Twin to host 'Syro' listening parties in UK record shops
Lana Del Rey pulls two further performances due to illness
O2 Priority Tickets available for Paloma Faith, Cat Stevens and more
Susan Boyle expecting criticism from rock fans over John Lennon and Pink Floyd covers
Iconic NME photography to be shown at Royal Albert Hall exhibition
La Roux plays intimate gig at Jack Rocks The Macbeth
Body found in burning bin wagon outside Manchester Apollo
Snoop Dogg shocks fans after homophobic slur appears on his Instagram and Twitter
The War On Drugs 'upset' after being called 'beer-commercial guitar shit' by...
The Doors film 'Feast Of Friends' to be released in November
Eminem suing New Zealand's National Party after 'Lose Yourself' used in political...
Apple releases tool to remove U2 album 'Songs Of Innocence'
Glastonbury 2015 ticket details revealed

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Featured Videos
Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Most Read News
Popular This Week
Inside NME.COM
On NME.COM Today