Chemical Bros. Turn 10 On CD/DVD

U.K. electronica act the Chemical Brothers will celebrate their 10-year anniversary in September with a double-disc retrospective album and a DVD. The duo is also playing two rare DJ dates tonight (Ma

U.K. electronica act the Chemical Brothers will celebrate their 10-year anniversary in September with a double-disc retrospective album and a DVD. The duo is also playing two rare DJ dates tonight (May 16) and May 24 in London, to be followed by similar appearances in North America in September.

The album will include one disc of singles from the group's four studio albums and assorted EPs, as well as two brand new songs. A second disc will feature rare cuts and remixes. Fans can submit their wishlist of songs for possible inclusion via the duo's official Web site.

The DVD component will sport clips directed by the likes of Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, and Dom and Nick, as well as live concert footage and other previously unreleased material.

The Chemical Brothers' last studio album, "Come With Us," debuted in February 2002 at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Electronic Albums chart and No. 32 on The Billboard 200. The set spawned three major hits on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, including a No. 1 placement for "It Began in Afrika," a No. 2 showing for "Star Guitar," and a No. 8 peak for the title track.