Danger Mouse's Banned Album Leaks Online

Hitmaker DANGER MOUSE's new album has been leaked online two months before it was set for release.
The Gnarls Barkley star's celebrity-laden disc, Dark Night of The Soul, was set to hit stores and websites in July (09) but bosses at EMI Music pulled the plug on the project over a contractual issue.
And now the album, which features guest spots from Julian Casablancas, Iggy Pop, Frank Black and filmmaker David Lynch, has appeared on various websites, including America's revered National Public Radio's.


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