Carl Cox preps USB album

Carl Cox preps USB album

Global superstar Carl Cox is to release his brand new studio LP in an innovative, never seen before USB format. The album, entitled All Roads Lead to the Dancefloor, comprises of 20 tracks, taking in peak time drum and bass, vocal house, dubstep and of course, techno. Purchasers will receive the album in three separate phases, starting on August 1st with the second and third phases arriving on the 26th of September and 31st of October respectively. The album was recorded entirely at Carl's home studio in Melbourne and will be released exclusively through his own Intec Digital imprint.

As well as the album, buyers will be given exclusive access to all its remixes, the entire Intec Digital back-catalogue, Carl’s latest four Global radio shows and previously unseen videos and news. The price of the entire USB package is £20.

The first USB will be released on the 1st of August and will comprise of 12 tracks off the album, as well as a selection of B-sides and exclusives. Also included will be the first single from the LP, Family Guy, complete with Layo & Bushwacka remixes. Here's a word from the main man himself on the project...

“I’m asking people to buy the USB, and I’m promising that with the singles, the videos, the actual album, plus all the extras – they won’t be disappointed. I didn’t want to just put it online and let that be that. I’ve spent too long on it, and it’s too important to me to be degraded that way. I wanted to do something special with this release, something really forward thinking, and I think we’ve achieved it.”

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