Just release the damn thing already! How long do we have to wait!??!

Duran Duran Eyes Epic Deal
Duran Duran is close to signing to Epic Records, sources tell For several months, reports have surfaced that Epic parent Sony Music was a leading contender in signing the band, whose original lineup reunited in 2001 and embarked on a world tour last year.
Duran Duran spent most of its career on EMI/Capitol Records, with which it recorded until 1997. The band’s 2000 album, “Pop Trash,” was issued by Hollywood Records ” in the U.S. and various other labels internationally.
The act recorded several new songs in 2002 with producer Nile Rodgers, but sources say producer and band had creative differences and that those songs will probably not be released. Last year, lead singer Simon LeBon told that Duran Duran was self-producing the new material.
A Duran Duran spokesperson denies the band has signed with Epic, but hinted a major announcement was coming in the weeks ahead. Epic representatives had no comment.
As previously reported, EMI/Capitol will on Tuesday (May 4) reissue on DVD Duran Duran’s 1984 tour documentary “Sing Blue Silver” and 1985 concert film “Arena.” The label will also release a CD version of “Arena,” with bonus tracks.
Duran Duran is in the midst of a world tour that will play London’s Wembley Arena tomorrow (April 30) and Saturday (May 1). According to the group’s official Web site, these two concerts will be filmed for an upcoming TV special and DVD, with details to be announced.