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Tom Waits To Release First Album In Seven Years

Written by John Ritchie on August 18, 2011

Tom Waits will make an announcement on August 23rd regarding the release of his new album which will be his first release in more than seven years.

A post on Tomwaits.com states:

There have been rumblings and rumors. New music from Tom Waits, you say? Come to Tomwaits.com on Tuesday August 23rd, and Mr. Waits himself will set the record straight.

Amazon.com have set up a pre-order page for a new Tom Waits track titled Bad As Me, which will be released on the same day as Waits’ announcement.

Rumour has it that Bad As Me will be the title for the new album.

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