Underworld Readies Live "Everything" LP

British techno outfit Underworld has completed work on its first live album and DVD, "Everything, Everything," an 11 song cycle documenting the band's live show from 1998 and 1999.

According to the band's publicists, tracks for "Everything, Everything" were compiled from Underworld concerts over the last two years, including a pair of appearances at the Glastonbury Festivals, the 1999 Fuji Rock concert in Japan, and last year's Coachella Festival in Indio, California.

Everything, Everything" will be Underworld's first release since the departure of longtime DJ Darren Emerson in April, although Emerson does appear on all the cuts on the new album, along with founding members Karl Hyde and Rick Smith.

Progressive trance DJ John Digweed has been tapped to remix a live version of "Cowgirl," a track originally featured on Underworld's 1993 LP, "Dubnobasswithmyheadman," as the lead single from "Everything, Everything.

The "Everything, Everything"

CD album will be released on V2 Records on September 12, with the DVD version expected to arrive in stores shortly thereafter.

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