[b]Belfast[/b] boys celebrate a decade in rock with [b]London[/b] show...

THERAPY?, who release their 10-year retrospective album 'SO MUCH FOR THE TEN-YEAR PLAN - A RETROSPECTIVE 1990-2000' on Monday (October 2), will be playing an instore gig and doing a signing session in LONDON to mark the occasion.

The band, who embark on an extensive UK tour on October 29, will be signing copies of the 16-song compilation - which spans two mini-albums, five full-length albums, one of which was Mercury Prize-nominated, and also features two new songs - at Virgin Megastore, Oxford Street at 5.30pm.

Prior to the signing session, they will play a gig in the shop which, it is believed, will include hits 'Screamager' and 'Nowhere' as well as new songs 'Fat Camp' and 'Bad Karma Follows You Around'.

Initial copies of the album will be accompanied by a six-song CD featuring rare and unreleased tracks 'Evil Elvis', 'Bloody Blue' (Original Demo), 'Summer Hate', 'Isolation' (Consolidated Mix), 'Where Eagles Dare' and 'Lunacy Booth' (String Version).

As previously announced on, Therapy?'s UK tourdates are: Cambridge, The Junction (October 29) Northampton Roadmenders (30) Stoke Sugar Mill (31) London Camden Underworld (November 2, 3, 4) Whitehaven Civic Hall (6) Glasgow Cathouse (7) Birmingham Sanctuary (8) Portsmouth Pyramid (9) Sheffield Leadmill (11)

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