A PERFECT CIRCLE: 'eMOTIVe' Details Revealed

Billboard.com is reporting that A PERFECT CIRCLE's forthcoming album, "eMOTIVe", will include 10 covers and two new songs.

In addition to previously announced versions of JOHN LENNON's "Imagine", MARVIN GAYE's "What's Goin On" and FEAR's "Let's Have a War", "eMOTIVe" includes renditions of songs by JONI MITCHELL, DEVO, DEPECHE MODE and BLACK FLAG, as well as the original song "Passive".

The album, due on November 2, will be followed two weeks later by "aMOTION", a remix CD and DVD package with live clips.

"eMOTIVe" track listing:

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01. Annihilation
02. Imagine
03. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love and Understanding
04. Counting Bodies Like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums
05. What's Going On
06. When the Levee Breaks
07. Freedom of Choice
08. People Are People
09. Passive
10. Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie
11. Let's Have a War
12. Fiddle and the Drum

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