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  • On November 9 in North America and November 15 in the rest of the world an expanded and remastered Deluxe Edition of Damn The Torpedoes will be released! The deluxe edition features previously unreleased tracks from the Damn The Torpedoes sessions and will be available with a choice of four formats (1) on two-CDs, (2) on one audiophile quality Blu-ray disc, (3) on 2 180-gram vinyl LPs and (4) as an iTunes LP.


    All formats of the Deluxe Edition will come with nine additional bonus tracks not included on the original album.

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  • We recently asked fans to submit any questions they have for the Heartbreakers' road crew.

    gitguy asked:

    “What model of guitar is Michael playing on Don't Come Around Here No More and what is he using for effects to get that sitar sound? Also, I know he switches guitars for the outro solo at the end of the song and what model is that guitar as well?”

    Here is Mike’s guitar technician Chinner answering these questions!

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    October 05, 2010

    A month ago, we asked fans to submit any questions they have for the Heartbreakers' road crew. We received a number of great responses and now have the first installment of answers to those questions.

    A number of fans asked about the tour production logistics, including a question from pcpettyhead about the trucks and busses. In this video, Mojo Tour Production Manager Ken Graham answers this question and explains the process of setting up for a show. We also hear how Tom and the Heartbreakers travel to and from the shows and see what happens when they come off the stage.

    Stay tuned for more

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    October 04, 2010

    Whereas the Hollywood Bowl was surrounded by the kind of frenzied electricity that can only be found in Tinseltown, Saturday's show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine had a more laid-back vibe that permeated throughout the venue as fans gathered in the late afternoon to watch ZZ Top.

    Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard have been playing music together for four decades, but you wouldn't have known it watching them Saturday at Irvine.

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