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The Lepufology Project is the story of Jack Babbitt, regarded as one of the world’s most trustworthy investigators of the…Continue
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For several bizarre hours on a Tuesday afternoon in September, Swedish pop star Robyn attends a cocktail party for Manhattan socialite Blair Waldorf. The event, of course, is as fake as the plastic strawberries stacked next to the chocolate fountain--they're shooting a scene for an episode of Gossip…Continue
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I read the The Tibetan Book of the Dead twice. I started with a French…Continue
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Head on over to Amazon MP3 to get the Free Song of The Day "Bitter Pill" taken from Mt. Desolation's just released self-titeld album.
If you like Bitter Pill, you can download the whole of the album for only $3.99 on Amazon MP3 as part of their Daily Deal.
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Added by Mt Desolation on October 18, 2010 at 11:20pm — No Comments
Mt. Desolation's self-titled album is out today in the US, featuring the tracks "State of our Affair", "Departure", "Bitter Pill" and if purchased from Amazon you also get the exclusive bonus track "Pushed Around".
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You guys have a lot of music floating around the internet. Why did you decide to put these exact songs on your major label debut?
The thing is, we’re making new tracks all the time. We’ve got too many tracks to put onto an album. We just wanted to choose the most concentrated, powerful songs. And they said choose ten, and we were like “Jesus Christ! 10? That’s like choosing between f****** children.” With the songs on the internet and the five on the EP, there are…Continue
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UsMagazine.com: Congratulations on "Like a G6" climbing to #1 on the iTunes singles chart!
Kev Nish: Thanks! We are shocked!
US: I heard the video had a million hits on YouTube before it even hit the radio. How did that happen?
KN: We made the song really quickly, then we went on tour. We put the song online and then we came back three months later, checked the web, and there were a million hits on…
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("Two portraits of Ryogen" - Author Unknown - copyright holder is Kiemon Tsuruya)
« Creeper » is an allegory wherein destructive mental processes are compared to creeping plants. The piece depicts four stages of a confrontation between creeper and host : introduction, growth,…Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on October 18, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments
"'The Fear Inside' will drop soon, and it will blow your mind. So good."
Some of the highlight tracks for me include "The Fear Inside" (co-written with Martin Kierszenbaum) that will be released as a viral video over the next few weeks, and will be the first introduction to the new material. It is a track that will have Frankmusik fans sit up and listen. It sounds decidedly different with its driving, menacing bassline, and punctuating beat that…Continue
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