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'Talking' is available as a free download now

The Rifles give away new single free
London rockers The Rifles, who have recently signed to 679 Records, have given away their new single, ‘Talking’, free.

The track is available now as a free download from iTunes. The single is likely to feature on the band’s second album, scheduled to be released in Spring 2008.

The free download announcement comes in the wake of similar moves by bands such as Radiohead, The Verve and The Charlatans, who have given away recent releases for free or for nominal fees.

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