Chemical Brothers 'Come' Back In January

U.K. electronic music duo the Chemical Brothers will release their fourth studio album, "Come With Us," Jan. 29 via Astralwerks. The set is the follow-up to 1999's "Surrender," which debuted at No. 32

U.K. electronic music duo the Chemical Brothers will release their fourth studio album, "Come With Us," Jan. 29 via Astralwerks. The set is the follow-up to 1999's "Surrender," which debuted at No. 32 on The Billboard 200 and featured the dance hits "Let Forever Be" and "Out of Control." The album sold more than 397,000 units in the U.S., according to SoundScan, and more than 2.3 million copies worldwide, according to the label.

"Come With Us" includes the single "It Began in Afrika," which is No. 2 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music: Club Play chart and No. 13 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music: Maxi-Singles Sales survey this week. Among the other tracks are "The Test," featuring ex-Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft, and "The State We're In," featuring new Astralwerks labelmate Beth Orton.

The album will be preceded by the single "Star Guitar," due Jan. 15. Beforehand, the Chemical Brothers will make a special DJ appearance Nov. 2 at New York's Centro Fly. Although a limited number of tickets will be available at the door, fans can also purchase tickets through Astralwerks' official Web site.
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