Shellac announce new Peel Sessions album

The End Of Radio is released on June 14, 2019

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Shellac have announced details of a new double album featuring two previously unreleased sessions for John Peel.

Titled The End Of Radio, Pitchfork reports that the album is released on June 14 via Touch & Go. The sessions were recorded at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios in 1994 and 2004.

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The tracklisting for The End Of Radio is:

The End of Radio
Steady As She Goes
Billiard Player Song
Dog And Pony Show
Il Porno Star

Shellac’s last album, Dude Incredible, was released in 2014. Last year, Steve Albini won $105,629 and a gold bracelet at the 2018 World Series Of Poker in Las Vegas, after seeing off 310 other players at Seven Card Stud.

“I am ecstatic that a player as mediocre as me can outlast all of these better players and end up with a bracelet,” said Albini. “There’s still hope for everybody!”

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