(HED) PE have changed the projected title of their new CD to "Only In America" (a.k.a. "O.I.A.") from the previously announced "Raise Hell". The album is still slated to drop February 22, 2005 via KOCH Records.
(HED) PE's re-tooled line-up is currently comprised of band leader/vocalist Jahred (vocals), Jackson (guitar), Mawk (bass), Moke (formerly of OTEP, drums) and DJ Product 1969 (turntables, samples). The band are clearly excited about being signed to KOCH Records. As Jahred states, "It's nice to be at a label that supports my vision, and my fucking rights under the first amendment!"
The group are currently in the mixing stages of their forthcoming album. The follow-up to 2003's "Blackout" will include such cuts as "Born to Ride - Foreplay Intro", "Represent Yourself", "The Truth", "Wake Up", "War", "Stepping Stone", "Voices", "The Box", "C.B.C.", "Raise Hell", "American Beauty", "Rain", "Day Dream", "Caught-Up", and "Girlfriend".
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