Norway's TURBONEGRO — recently reformed after a four-year break — will have two of their classic albums reissued in January on compact disc in a revised packaging."Apocalypse Dudes" will contain three enhanced bonus video tracks — the promo clips for "Get It On" and "Are You Ready For Some Darkness", plus a live clip for "Age Of Pamparius", recorded during this year's "Res-Erection" tour — while "Ass Cobra" will feature the video for "Denim Demon". The CDs will be made available via Burning Heart Records in Europe and Epitaph Records in the U.S. The vinyl editions of these albums will stay in print with Bitzcore Records. TURBONEGRO are currently putting the finishing touches on their new album, due on Apr. 28, 2003 through Burning Heart. "The new album will be the most destructive party record you've ever heard," stated bassist/mainman Happy-Tom. "It will be 3 to 5 times better than 'Apocalypse Dudes'!" TURBONEGRO have been confirmed for the Øya Festival, set to take place Aug. 8-9, 2003 in Oslo, Norway.
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