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Alan Parsons Undergoes ‘Urgent Spinal Surgery’

Alan Parsons underwent an “urgent spinal surgery” on Friday (Jun. 24) and postponed a series of tour dates as a result, his daughter reported. The rocker had been gearing up to support the launch of his new album From the New World, which arrives on Jul. 15, but experienced a health issue that forced him to change plans.
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Alan Parsons to Release New Album, ‘From the New World’

Alan Parsons announced the release of a new album, From the New World, and released the lead track “Uroboros” featuring Styx’s Tommy Shaw in a guest role. The LP will arrive on July 15 in multiple formats including CD, CD/DVD, vinyl and box set, all of which are available for preorder now.
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Alan Parsons Project Reissuing ‘I Robot’ and ‘Eye in the Sky’

The Alan Parsons Project have announced reissues of two of their platinum-selling albums, I Robot and Eye in the Sky, in honor of their respective 45th and 40th anniversaries. Comprised of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson - with a steady group of additional collaborators over the years - the Alan Parsons Project were active between 1975 and 1990, releasing 11 albums during that span. Their sophomore release, I Robot (1977), helped the English duo breakthrough in the U.S. Its lead single, "I Wouldn't Want to Be Like You,” was a Top 40 hit, while "Don't Let it Show,” "Day After Day (The Show Must Go On)” and "Breakdown” also found radio airplay.
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