Stream Electric Light Orchestra latest album now!


Last night, ELO debuted their first new album in more than a decade, Alone in the Universe, on NPR. Now, you can stream the album in its entirety on NPR. Click the image to go to the player:


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Alone in the Universe will be ELO’s 14th studio album, though it’ll be credited to “Jeff Lynne’s ELO.” The album was announced in September. Per lore, a journalist asked Lynne what he’d been doing since the 2001 album Zoom. “I have no idea,” Lynne jokingly responded. “I like a drink. I did lots of things. I just can’t think what it was.”

Lynne has one of the most storied histories in rock. A constant in ELO, he also co-founded the supergroup Traveling Wilburys with George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty. He’s also produced recordings for everyone from The Beatles to Brian Wilson, Randy Newman, Roy Orbison, Dave Edmunds, Del Shannon and Tom Petty.

Alone in the Universe is set to release on Nov. 13.

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