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British techno stars Underworld have completed work on CD and DVD versions of Everything, Everything, their first commercially available live release.
The 11 tracks featured on both versions were compiled from Underworld concerts over the past two years, the group's publicists said.
Live sets represented on the releases include a pair of appearances at the Glastonbury Festival and shows at the 1999 Fuji Rock Festival in Japan and last year's Coachella Festival in Indio, Calif.
Everything, Everything is Underworld's first release since the departure of longtime DJ Darren Emerson from the group in April. Emerson appears on all the included tracks, along with founding members Karl Hyde and Rick Smith.
Progressive trance DJ John Digweed has been tapped to remix the live version of "Cowgirl" featured on Everything, Everything, set to be the album's first single. The original version of the track was released on Underworld's 1993 LP, Dubnobasswithmyheadman.
V2 Records will release the Everything, Everything CD on Sept. 12; the DVD version is expected to arrive in stores shortly after.
— David Basham