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Listen: Tom Waits New Song ‘Bad As Me’

Written by John Ritchie on August 31, 2011

Tom Waits will release Bad As Me, his first studio album in 7 years on October 25th but you can check out the title track now (Below).

The Album sees him once again working with longtime co-writer/producer Kathleen Brennan and the press release claims that this may very well be his defining work.

Waits has created a bit of online hype surrounding the announcement of his new album hosting an internet premiere of his satiric Private Listening Party. The event even crashed the server that hosts his official website for a brief period August 23rd.

Listen: Tom Waits – Bad As Me

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