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Long awaited 'Dark Night of the Soul' album dead
Legal disputes with EMI put the kabosh on the release of music from "Dark Night of the Soul," the ultra-hip collaboration between superstar producer Danger Mouse, Sparklehorse and a slew of guest vocalists like James Mercer (The Shins), The Flaming Lips, Iggy Pop and Julian Casablancas (The Strokes). The project was intended to be released as an album and photobook, with shots from David Lynch inspired by the music. However, according to a post on the "Dark Night of the Soul" website, "Danger Mouse is unable to release the recorded music... without fear of being sued by EMI." The book will still be shipped to buyers in June -- and will come with a blank CD-R "as an artifact to use however you see fit."
Fans can currently still hear a full stream of the album at NPR.