Digest: Lady Gaga Album Artwork Leaks Online; Depeche Mode Plan New Remix Album

Also: Lily Allen wins lawsuit against newspaper; Incubus announce new record

March 23, 2011 5:45 PM ET
Digest: Lady Gaga Album Artwork Leaks Online; Depeche Mode Plan New Remix Album
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Lady Gaga Album Art Leaks
Photos of what appear to be the CD packaging for Lady Gaga's forthcoming album Born This Way have surfaced on a Gaga-centric Tumblr. The photos include a track listing with 14 songs, including previously unmentioned songs called "Unfathomable," "One" and "Justice." [Oh No They Didn't]

Depeche Mode Plan New Remix Set
Depeche Mode are planning to release Remixes 2: 81-11, a sequel to their 2004 remix collection Remixes 81-04 on June 7th. This edition will include mixes by UNKLE, Röyksopp, Trentemøller and M83. [Pitchfork]

Lily Allen Wins Damages in Newspaper Lawsuit
Lily Allen has won a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers for infringing upon her privacy by running photographs of her home in a Mail Online story last year. The publisher has agreed to surrender copyright to the images to Allen, as well as pay an undisclosed sum for her legal costs and other damages. [Guardian]

Incubus To Release New Album
Incubus have announced on their website that they have completed their sixth album. The band have not provided a title or release date, but promise that the new disc is "nothing like its predecessor, but still maintains the quintessential Incubus vibe." [Incubus]

Bouncing Souls To Play Entire Catalog on Eight-City Tour
Bouncing Souls have announced a string of dates in which the group will perform four shows in eight cities each, with each residency covering their entire catalog in chronological order. The tour will begin with a set of shows at Reggie's in Chicago on June 9th at Reggie's in Chicago and will conclude at the Troubadour in Los Angeles in November. [Bouncing Souls]

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