Stream New Billy Idol Album ‘Kings and Queens of the Underground’: new album follows singer’s recently released autobiography ‘Dancing With Myself.’
Billy Idol’s new autobiography Dancing With Myself came out last week, and he’ll be following his lurid tell-all with Kings and Queens of the Underground, his eight studio album, and first release in nearly a decade.
Idol is giving fans an advance taste of the album before the albums official release on October 21st. Fans in the U.S, Australia and New Zealand can stream it for free via Pandora radio by clicking here. And British fans can stream it via the Guardian by clicking here.
The album ties in directly to the dark drug and sex fueled tales for the singer’s career. It features longtime guitarist and collaborator Steve Stevens and was produced by Trevor Horn (Pet Shop Boys, Seal, Yes).
Click here for my exclusive 2014 interview with Steve Stevens who discusses the making of the new album
The full tracklisting for ‘Kings and Queens of the Underground’ is listed below, as well as pre-order links via iTunes and Amazon. Want a copy of the book? I’ll have an Amazon link there as well. *Note iTunes edition of ‘Kings and Queens’ contains bonus track “Hollywood Promises.” And you can view his recently released world tour dates by clicking here.
‘Kings and Queens of the Underground’ Tracklisting.
“Can’t Break Me Down”
“Save Me Now”
“One Breath Away”
“Postcards from the Past”
“Kings & Queens of the Underground”
“Eyes Wide Shut”
“Ghosts in My Guitar”
“Nothing to Fear”
“Love and Glory”
“Whiskey and Pills”
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