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Deftones' Unreleased Duran Duran Song Posted Online

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DEFTONES' cover of DURAN DURAN's "Nightboat", which was originally meant to be included on the band's recently released "B-Sides and Rarities" album, but was eventually omitted from the CD's final track listing, has been posted online at the DEFTONES fan site DeftonesWorld.com.

DEFTONES' "B-Sides & Rarities", a collection of import-only B-sides, intriguing covers, unreleased mixes, and other choice rarities, sold nearly 27,000 copies in its first week of release (according to Nielsen SoundScan) to debut at position No. 42 on The Billboard 200 chart.

Compiled by the DEFTONES, the 14-song collection of remastered obscurities illuminates a hidden history behind the DEFTONES with more than an hour of unreleased music from bassist Chi Cheng; guitarist Stephen Carpenter; vocalist/guitarist Chino Moreno; drummer Abe Cunningham; and turntablist/keyboardist Frank Delgado. The liner notes for "B-Sides & Rarities" include a track-by-track commentary written by all five band members.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. MAW writes:

well, its better than "the Chauffer"

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2. WHO CARES!!! writes:

BEST BAND IN THE f***ING WORLD!!!!!!!!!!

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3. ryan writes:

no, you're mistaken, they werent talking about tool

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4. Angel of Death writes:

no their wernt theere talkin about korn just go to hell

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5. Crenshaw Punch writes:

Its a cool cover, i dont know why they left it off the final record. They must be leaving a lot in the vault for a volume 2 or something, because there are a LOT of b-sides and rarities that they completely left off. ...personally, i have always thought that "The Chauffer" is an awesome track, i have had it for years, and has aided my female bed conquests many a time...

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6. DonnA writes:

If this is truth,than It does not bad idea,but I think I have better on song...No limits(2 unlimited) but live played from band Children of the Cemetary!

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7. Neoclassical writes:

i thought this was METAL underground

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8. Rulin Kmadd writes:

Why am I not surprised at this. Im shocked they haven't covered Simply Red yet.

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