The 1,400 copies that make up the initial pressing of LEADFOOT's third album, "We Drink For Free" (released on April 22 through Abstract Sounds Records), reportedly contain multiple digital errors which are causing the CD to skip and pause on several songs. All persons that purchased the disc are advised to return their faulty discs to the store from which they were bought. The discs have been recalled and new CDs are being pressed and will hit the stores very soon.LEADFOOT, who feature in their ranks former C.O.C. vocalist Karl Agell and bassist Phil Swisher, recorded "We Drink For Free" last year with the help of Grammy Award-nominated engineer Mark Williams.
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