TYPE O NEGATIVE: Final Song Titles Announced!

TYPE O NEGATIVE have finalized most of the song titles for their upcoming CD, "The Dream Is Dead", due in April through Roadrunner Records.

Among the tracks set to appear on the forthcoming album are the following:

01. A Dish Better Served Cold (formerly "Truth Decay")
02. Nettie
03. Electro-cute
04. I Like Girls
05. Valentine's Day
06. I Don't Want to Be Me
07. Anesthesia
08. Angry Inch ("Hedwig And The Angry Inch" cover)
09. Above All Things
10. Life is Killing Me

In addition, two demo songs — "I Need Love" and "Why Won't You Love Me" — will be included, but are yet to be given "official" titles. A 13th, as-yet-untitled cut will also be added to the final sequence.

As was the case with the group's previous efforts, "The Dream Is Dead" was recorded at Brooklyn, New York's Systems 2 studios and was produced by keyboardist Josh Silver.


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