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Paul McCartney ready to release his 17th solo album

| Thursday, June 21, 2018, 11:15 a.m.
Paul McCartney announced on social media that his latest album, “Egypt Station,” will be released Sept. 7.
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Paul McCartney announced on social media that his latest album, “Egypt Station,” will be released Sept. 7.

LOS ANGELES — Paul McCartney is inviting fans on a musical journey as he prepares to release his 17th solo album.

The former Beatle, who turned 76 on Monday, announced on social media on Wednesday that "Egypt Station" will be released Sept. 7. The title comes from the name of one of McCartney's paintings and it will be McCartney's first full album since "NEW" in 2013.

McCartney posted the singles "I Don't Know" and "Come On To Me."

In a statement, McCartney says he thinks of the album "as a dream location that the music emanates from."

"Egypt Station" was recorded between Los Angeles, London and Sussex, England.

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