DJ Shadow To Expose His Privates In June

The Private Press, DJ Shadowís first album of new material in six years, will explode onto the scene on June 4, according to Rolling Stone. The album will be the proper follow-up to his critically acclaimed í96 debut effort, Endtroducing, though Shadow did release an album of early singles in 1998 called Preemptive Strike. The DJ has also lent his superior talents to the U.N.K.L.E. album, which featured the likes of Thom Yorke and Mike D, and he can currently be seen in the new turntablist documentary Scratch. A short 6-date European tour, his first since last yearís Product Placement tour, has been planed in support of the new album. The jaunt kicks off in Manchester, England on May 18 and wraps in Paris on the 25th.

The Private Press track listing:

"(Letter From Home)"

"Fixed Income"

"Un Autre Introduction"

"Walkie Talkie"

"Giving Up the Ghost"

"The 6 Day War"

"Mongrel . . ."

." . . Meets His Maker"

"Right Thing/GDMFSOB"


"Mashin' on the Motorway"

"Blood on the Motorway"

"You Can't Go Home Again"

"(Letter From Home)"

DJ Shadow tour dates:

05.18.02 - Manchester, England (The Academy)

05.19.02 - Bristol, England (The Academy)

05.20.02 - London, England (The Astoria)

05.22.02 - Hamburg, Germany (Mojo Club)

05.24.02 - Amsterdam, Holland (The Milky Way)

05.25.02 - Paris, France (Elysee Montmartre)

DJ Shadow To Expose His Privates In June