GUANO APES Push Back Release Date Of Third CD

Germany's GUANO APES have pushed back the release date of their as-yet-untitled third album to January/February 2003 due to "marketing reasons," according to the band's official web site. "We have used the last weeks for working on some more songs. We recorded five more tunes which are intended to be released as B-Sides or Special Tracks, but who knows, maybe one of them manages to sneak on the official record as well... Anyway, it has been a quite relaxed time working on those songs as the pressure for the album has gone by now, and that is a very good feeling to finally have a finished record, I can tell you!"

Among the working titles set to appear on the new CD are the following:

01. High
02. Come To Me
03. Plastic Mouth
04. Quietly
05. Scratch The Pitch
06. Diokhan
07. Studes Frickel
08. Trompet
09. Nice and Wet
10. Dick
11. Run
12. Fabio Song
13. Road Song
14. Storm
15. Trance Hans


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