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[Music News] Kings of Leon Disco Dance Off, New Releases from Bob Dylan, Neil Yo

Bob Dylan to Release Witmark Rarities Collection in October Legendary songwriter and musician Bob Dylan is set to release the ninth volume of his "Bootleg Series" on  October 19.  The Columbia Records release will feature 47 tracks recorded between 1962 and 1964 including early versions of "Blowin' in the Wind," "Mr. Tamborine Man" and "The Times They Are A-Changin'."  Dylan recorded fifteen tracks exclusively for the ninth volume of the "Bootleg Series.  more info Neil Young New Album Le Noise Details Neil Young is embracing modernity.  Young will be releasing a new album titled Le Noise on September 28 on CD and digitally, but later the album will be released on Blue-ray and as a free iPhone application with an interactive "album cover."  The album will not only be released embracing modernity, but producer Daniel Lanois told Rolling Stone the new release will be "very electric" and not the typical Neil Young acoustic album.  more info Le Noise Tracklist 1. Walk With Me 2. Sign Of Love 3. Someone’s Gonna Rescue You 4. Love And War 5. Angry World 6. Hitchhiker 7. Peaceful Valley Boulevard 8. Rumblin Kings of Leon Disco Dance Off Kings of Leon are enjoying being rockstars and headlining festivals around the world.  The guys from Tennessee took part in an alcohol-induced "Dance-off 2010" according to Nathan Followill.  Check out the smooth dance moves of frontman Caleb Followill and company here.  The best part of the video is the fact they are dancing to the groovy sounds of Chromeo.  Classy.  more info REM, My Morning Jacket, and Tom Morello of Rage Agianst the Machine Add To Dear New Orleans Five years ago, Hurricane Katrina destroyed much of New Orleans, LA as well as much of the Gulf.  To remember the horrific event, musicians have put together a compiliation album filled with great music to help a number of New Orleans non profits.  The compilation is titled Dear New Orleans and was released digitally August 24.  The album features My Morning Jacket, REM's Mike Mills, Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Ok Go, Steve Earle, Indigo Girls with Brandi Carlile and many more.  Grab your copy here while helping a great cause.  more info New Brian Eno Album, Small Craft On a Milk Sea, Details Brian Eno will be releasing his newest album Small Craft On a Milk Sea on November 2, 2010.  The album will be Eno's first album on his new record label Warp Records and will be released in physical CD format, digitally, as well as a special collectors' edition box set.  Only 250 collectors' editions will be released which will each include a silkscreen print made by Eno himself.  For more information and images of the visually pleasing collectors edition box set design, head to BrianEno.net. New MGMT "Congratulations" Video Released Check out the boys from MGMT in their new video for their track "Congratulations."  It is a very interesting video to say the least. Poor dinosaur/camel creature...

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