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02 Sep 2005 - 80's News

KATE BUSH has announced details of her massively-anticipated new studio album; the record, her first for twelve years, will be a double album entitled 'Aerial' which will be released on November 7th preceded by a new single, 'King Of The Mountain', on October 24th.

ABC are to play a very special hometown gig at Sheffield's City Hall in October, in addition to a show at Wolverhampton's Robin 2 at the end of September.

HAPPY MONDAYS will release their first new track since 1992 as part of the soundtrack to the forthcoming movie 'Goal!'. The track ' Playground Superstar' features alongside material from Oasis, Dirty Vegas, UNKLE and Kasabian on the album which is to be released on October 3rd.

have announced the first details of an extensive world tour for 2006 which sees the band play shows in club-sized venues. Currently the band's tour itinerary see's the group kick of the tour in Dublin on February 1st and finish the European leg on March 15th in Paris.

HOWARD JONES has delayed the release of his new album 'Revolution Of The Heart' until October 10th, however a special limited edition version of the album will be released from the Howard Jones website on September 5th and can be pre-ordered now. There will be a special gig at Aylesbury's Civic Theatre on September 9th to launch the album and new shows for January 2006 have also been announced.

The Australian version of 'Revolution Of The Heart' will come with a bonus CD of remixes, including versions of 'Things Can Only Get Better' and 'What Is Love' but fans outside Australia will be able to buy these mixes on a special mid-price CD release in early 2006 via the Howard Jones website.

A FLOCK OF SEAGULLS have put two UK shows on sale for December; the shows will take place in Liverpool and London on December 4th and 8th and more gigs are expected to be announced shortly.

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