May 8, 2008 21:12

Tricky announces new album tracklisting

'Knowle West Boy' is out September 9 in the US

Tricky announces new album tracklisting
Tricky has unveiled details of his brand new album, scheduled to be released September 9 in the US, and July 7 in the UK.

Recorded in London and Los Angeles, 'Knowle West Boy' was self-produced with Switch on additional production and mixing duties, and will be preceded by lead single 'Council Estate' this summer.

The record is the first from the trip-hopper since 2003's 'Vulnerable', is named after the Bristol area where Tricky grew up, and features 13 tracks.

The tracklisting is:

'Puppy Toy'
'Bacative'
'Joseph'
'Veronica'
'C'mon Baby'
'Council Estate'
'Past Mistake'
'Coalition'
'Cross To Bear'
'Slow'
'Baligaga'
'Far Away'
'School Gates'


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