PITCHSHIFTER Revise Live Album Track Listing

Britain's PITCHSHIFTER have revised the track listing to their upcoming live CD, "Bootlegged, Distorted, Remixed & Uploaded". According to the band's official web site, 'SHIFTER favourite "Triad" (from the 1993 Earache Records album "Desensitized") has now been added to the disc. An exuberant Mark Clayden (bass) had this to say: "A lot of fans were asking for 'Triad' to be on the disc but there was a legal issue making that very complicated. We really wanted everyone to be happy, so we did a lot of work and managed to resolve the issue. We're really happy that we can have the track on the CD for everyone, and we hope everyone enjoys it!"

The track listing now runs as follows:

01. Triad
02. Eight Days
03. Microwaved
04. Hidden Agenda
05. MyKind
06. What's In It For Me?
07. Genius
08. Shutdown
09. We Know
10. Keep It Clean
11. Down
12. w.y.s.i.w.y.g.
13. Please Sir

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