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Two new Roger Waters tracks online - update Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Sunday, 22 August 2004

Further to our recent items regarding the news that Roger Waters will be making two new tracks available soon on the internet, for his fans to download, we have now received a confirmed date for the appearance of the tracks, and also clarification of the rumours relating to the appearance of these tracks on the Michael Moore Fahrenheit 9/11 soundtrack.

Roger's manager Mark Fenwick contacted us today with the news that his (ie Roger's) two new songs which will be available to hear on his Sony website - - on Friday September 3rd. He also advised that they will also be available through the recognised download sites (the i-Tunes website, and as well), either as a pair or individually from Tuesday September 7th.

The two new songs are "To Kill The Child" and "Leaving Beirut", as originally advised elsewhere on these news pages, and not the song called "Berlin" that was seemingly misquoted in an interview with Roger in the latest "Hampton Jitney" magazine, the local news magazine of the Hamptons region, where Waters appeared on August 7th presenting selections from his forthcoming opera Ca Ira.

In this same interview, Roger mentioned that "Sony has given [the two tracks] to Michael Moore [documentary film maker] who is putting together a compilation which will have something to do with Fahrenheit 9/11." However, Mark today scotched this, stating that neither song will appear on the 9/11 album. We're not sure though, if this has changed since Roger gave the interview.

Finally, in other Waters-related news, our friends over at RogerWatersOnline have reported that a feature film is being made that will be based around the 1983 Pink Floyd album, The Final Cut. The album, which many fans consider a Roger Waters solo album in all but name, was the subject of a video EP with four tracks from the album. The videos were shown in rotation at the Interstellar exhibition in Paris last year. The forthcoming film will not include this original footage, but at this stage, details are too sketchy as to the nature of the story and content of the film.

As soon as we have more information on this project, we will let you know.

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