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System Of A Down To Release Leaked Toxicity Outtakes (mtv.com/news)

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Jun. 21st, 2002 | 09:44 pm
posted by: immorak in loud



System of a Down are complying with the system of supply and demand.

After unmixed Toxicity outtakes were leaked online last month (see "System Of A Down Frazzled Over Leaked Outtakes"), System of a Down realized the demand for their unreleased music and are preparing to properly supply it.

"We are gonna release some of them, mixed the way we would actually put them on an album," bassist Shavo Odadjian said backstage at Saturday's KROQ Weenie Roast (see "System, Papa Roach Rage On Weenie Roast Stage While Jack Osbourne Holds Court"). "But we're gonna do it in a way where we put some of those, some soundtrack songs that haven't been [widely] released, [etc.]"

The upcoming album, which does not yet have a title or release date, may also feature "Shame," System of a Down's collaboration with the Wu-Tang Clan for 2000's Loud Rocks compilation, according to drummer John Dolmayan, who hesitated to call it a "rarities" collection, because "we're gonna do something original with it."

Either way, the collection is noteworthy in that it wouldn't be in the works if the material had not been leaked...


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It should be a good cd...!

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