SATELLITE PARTY: Audio Samples Available

Audio samples of five tracks from SATELLITE PARTY's forthcoming debut album are available for streaming at the Lollapalooza web site. The songs available for listening are "Dogstar", "Milky Ave.", "Ultra Payloaded", "Revolution Solution" and "You Make My Hard Life Easy".

As previously reported, SATELLITE PARTY — which features in its ranks vocalist Perry Farrell (ex-JANE'S ADDICTION), NO DOUBT bassist Tony Kanal and ex-EXTREME guitarist Nuno Bettencourt — made their live debut Monday night (July 18) at West Hollywood's Key Club.

SATELLITE PARTY's lineup for the Key Club show and upcoming Lollapalooza appearance (July 23-24 in Chicago) will consist of the following:

Nuno Bettencourt (EXTREME, POPULATION 1, DRAMAGODS) - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Tony Kanal (NO DOUBT) - Bass
Steve Ferlazzo (TRIBE OF JUDAH, POPULATION 1, DRAMAGODS) - Keyboards
Kevin "Figg" Figueiredo (POPULATION 1, DRAMAGODS) - Drums


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