Rolling Stone reports the group's new album, "Take Off Your Pants And Jacket," will appear in record stores June 12 in a trio of unique configurations. Each version will include a different bonus track, while in the U.S., the group will also issue a fourth "clean" version with naughty words censored.
The only outward sign that the discs are distinct will be three stickers. Beyond that, there won't be any way to know which bonus track goes with which sticker. Universal Music in Canada says that the multiple bonus-track versions will only be available for a limited time before the album reverts to a regular edition without any bonus tracks.
Rolling Stone said that originally, the bonus tracks were to be "F--k A Dog," "Mother's Day", and "When You F---ed Hitler," although the latter track has been scrapped and the others haven't been firmed up yet.
Meanwhile, a clip for the first single, "The Rock Show," has already been shot by Emmit and Brendan Malloy, who have filmed videos for Vertical Horizon and Foo Fighters, Rolling Stone said. (More on Blink-182)