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Thanks to Dara O'Brian (the comedian) for this one from Twitter.
The supremely talented, old gravelly voice is giving us all an opportunity to download the first 8 tracks of his new album.
If you've never heard Tom Waits before then at £0.00 the price is definitely right to give him a go, I wish my dance-music-nazi neighbours would give it a try!

As a special thank you for visiting tomwaits.com, wed like to offer a sneak preview of the new Tom Waits album, Glitter and Doom Live, arriving November 24th. Check out the first 8 songs for free, including a roaring version of Get Behind the Mule and a slinky reinvention of Singapore, and if you love the album as much as we think you will, you can pre-order it HERE. CD and LP include as a bonus the 35 minute disc/track Tom Tales, compiling between‐song banter from throughout the tour into a continuous monologue, and chronicling for the first time one of fans favorite parts of a Waits performance.

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Free is always nice.
goof find, but i supplied my (spam) email address about 10 mins ago,
and still haven;t received my free tracks
goof find, but i supplied my (spam) email address about 10 mins ago,
and still haven;t received my free tracks

Not sure what the problem is, I did it about an hour ago and the email came through within a couple of minutes. Hopefully patience will reward as it did for me :thumbsup:
still haven't received the email yet
Thanks. I got the email back straight away.
Waits is an absolute legend - he made a fantastic appearance in Bram Stokers Dracula. Blue Valentine is one of my all time favourites...

nice find - heat and rep added :)
shipbuilding was a classic
craig guy
shipbuilding was a classic

Wasn't that Elvis Costello?

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