ANDREW W.K. Launches New Video Advice Column Show

Andrew W.K. has a new video advice column show on Altitude called "Living Thoughts with Andrew W.K." . You can watch the first episode below.

On August 28, 2007, Andrew W.K. and Load Records released a special limited U.S. edition of ANDREW W.K.'s third album, "Close Calls With Brick Walls", on double colored vinyl.

This two-LP album includes a deluxe-bound full color gate-fold jacket, an eight-page, full-color 10" x 10" insert booklet, new photos and special artwork, plus five all-new unreleased bonus tracks, for a total of 23 songs.

"Close Calls with Brick Walls" was released last year in Asia.

Andrew W.K.'s live DVD, "Who Knows?", came out in February 2006. The film features live footage shot over four years on the road, as well as behind-the-scenes footage, an Andrew W.K. fan tribute, outtakes of Andrew performing "I Get Wet" and additional footage of Andrew's antics.

Andrew W.K. severed ties with Island Records in 2004.


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