MP3: Hear Two New Franz Ferdinand Tracks: “Love Illumination” “Right Action”

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Hear Two New Franz Ferdinand Tracks: “Love Illumination”   “Right Action” MP3

Before Franz Ferdinand release their new album Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action on August 26th, fans can listen to two of the album’s tracks, ”Right Action” and “Love Illumination“. Their early release is the product of a 7″ single released today by Domino, with both tracks included today. “Right Action” was produced by Hot Chip’s Joe Goddar... Source: obscuresound.com

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