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10 March 2011

The Most Incredible Release

The Most Incredible Release

The double-CD and digital download of "The Most Incredible Thing" is released tomorrow, March 11th, in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and some other European countries. In the UK release is on Monday, March 14th and in the USA on March 22nd. The double-CD is packaged in a "book" format with a hardback cover and a booklet containing a full synopsis of the ballet and additional notes. Full track-listing details can be found in an earlier news item below.

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