POWERMAN 5000 are tentatively scheduled to release a collection of rarities later in the year. "With all of this recent down time I have been going through the PM5K archives and have discovered a multitude of rare and many unreleased tracks, POWERMAN 5000 frontman Spider One wrote in a recent online posting. "More than enough material for a complete disc. So, plans are now in the works to produce and release a rarities CD spanning the entire history of POWERMAN 5000, from the very first recordings to stuff tracked only last year!!! Details are currently being worked out, but as of now I believe it will be released on Megatronic possibly as an online only purchase [like we did with 'Anyone For Doomsday?']. Exact song selections are being determined now and a release date is still up in the air, but I would love to get this available to you all soon!! So spread the word about this disc, it's gonna rock!!!.... more info on this and other projects coming soon."
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