A PERFECT CIRCLE: Live DVD And Remix Album To Be Packaged Together

A PERFECT CIRCLE's upcoming live DVD and remix album will be packaged together and released as one item in November, according to APerfectCircle.net. In other news, guitarist James Iha's (ex-SMASHING PUMPKINS) remix of "Blue" has been made available for purchase on the iTunes music store, as well as some other online music stores. In addition, some promotional singles have started to show up on eBay; these radio promos have both the album version and the remix version of "Blue", both of which have reportedly been heard on some radio stations already. It is not presently clear if "Blue" will be released as a commercially available single.

As previously reported, A PERFECT CIRCLE frontman Maynard James Keenan announced on stage at last month's "Axis Of Justice" event in Hollywood, California that the group are in the process of recording a collection of political songs, which they hope to release by November this year. The band's former bass player, Paz Lenchantin, will be contributing to the album by recording both violin and piano parts, although she will not be returning to the group as a full-time member.


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