A copy of the forthcoming One Way Ticket To Hell... And Back, due out on November 28th, appeared on eBay courtesy of an Australian journalist. With the CD now in the band's hands (or rather with their label/management), the seller can be tracked as the record contained a unique tracking code.
Hawkins told the BBC: "It cost me £350 and it's going to be a tenner when it's in the shops - with artwork.
"It's encoded so we'll have a name and a number - so we'll know which disc it is, who distributed it and who they distributed it to. And that person is going to go down."