Junior Senior's sophomore album, "Hey Hey My My Yo Yo," will finally see the light of day in North America via Crunchy Frog/Rykodisc, Billboard has learned.

Junior Senior's sophomore album, "Hey Hey My My Yo Yo," will finally see the light of day in North America via Crunchy Frog/Rykodisc, Billboard has learned. Due Aug. 14, the disc finds the Danish duo channeling inspiration in sounds from the last four decades.

The centerpiece of this sonically mashed-up collection is "Take My Time," which features the unmistakable harmonizing of the B-52's' Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson. Also figuring into the feisty mix are Le Tigre, Peaches, Motown girl group the Velvelettes and Alabama organist Spooner Oldham.

Lead single "Can I Get Get Get" was recently heard in an episode of ABC's "Ugly Betty," while "Itch U Can't Skratch" is featured in a campaign for MTV's Logo network.

"Hey Hey My My Yo Yo" was originally released internationally in 2005 but was not picked up by Atlantic in North America, which issued the duo's 2003 debut, "D-D-D-Don't Stop the Beat."

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