From the NME : SWEET RELEASE FOR RYAN RYAN ADAMS will release his aborted album 'LOVE IS HELL' as two EPs, with the first instalment emerging on November 3 - the same day as his new album 'ROCK 'N' ROLL'. 'Love Is Hell Vol. 1' will be followed by the second volume on December 8 and each EP will contain between six and eight songs, according to Rolling Stone. The release of the two EPs will finally settle a long-running dispute between Adams and his record company Lost Highway. As previously reported on NME.COM in May, Adams wrote on his website: "Love Is Hell' is finished. We don't know what to do with it... or should I say 'they' don't know what to do with it. I've heard adjectives like 'incredibly too depressing' and - this one's funny - 'dark.' Also not your best stuff.'' As well as Adams's '80's rock album' - 'Rock 'N' Roll' - the singer is to put out a box-set, featuring two previously unreleased albums with his side project The Pinkhearts - '48 Hours' and 'The Suicide Handbook' - as well as sessions Adams recorded with producers Scott Litt and Michael Blair. The set is due to be released before the end of the year.