London, Nov 10 : 'Beatles' legend Sir Paul McCartney has revealed that he regrets releasing his new and most cutting-edge album in years under a pseudonym.
McCartney, 66, who had been crowned MTV Europe Awards' Ultimate Legend in Liverpool this week, had released his dance album Electric Arguments under his alter ego 'The Fireman', and it is to hit shelves on November 24.
Trendy Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe has described his single 'Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight' as the "hottest record in the world right now".
"Paul has been rather taken aback by the initial very positive response and now regrets the album's getting a rather low-key release under his Fireman pseudonym," the Daily Express quoted a source as saying.
"With the benefit of hindsight, he would have put it out as an official Paul McCartney album," the source added.