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I’m pleased to announce the pending release of a new EP:
Erotic One is the first in a small series of EPs to be issued over the next couple of months. The premise of these EPs is twofold:
First: The EPs are intended as a companion to the full length album released on Radio-Active-Music earlier this year, All I Ever Wanted. If All I Ever Wanted is like a tunnel through some of life’s darker feelings, these EPs are the light at the end of that tunnel. Erotic One and it’s future companions are here to make you laugh, make you dance, and maybe more…
Second: I wanted to pay tribute to one of my favorite eras in pop music. I’ll call it 1979-1984. I spent the better part of my teen years in used record shops up and down the east coast, taking hours at a time to dig through crate after crate of records, searching for gems from my favorite new wave, new romantic, and synth pop artists. Maybe it’s my perception, but I feel like it was much more commonplace at that time for bands to release singles and EPs: small groups of tracks that may or may not fit the general theme of a record, along with scads of incredible remixes.
Erotic One is like the digital equivalent of those 12 inch records I used to love so much. This time, instead of blowing dust off an old record and painstakingly placing the needle, all you have to do is download these tracks and load them on your mp3 player.
For those that are interested in a preview, we’ve uploaded a remix of one of the Erotic One tracks to our bandcamp page as a FREE single. Click below to check out “Make It Stop (I Scream Edit).”
Lyrics for all of the tracks on Erotic One can also now be found on the lyrics page. The EP will be released first on our bandcamp page starting Thursday, 10/20, with other vendors (iTunes, Amazon mp3, et al) to follow.
I’ve posted a gaggle of lyrics. This may seem a bit silly as there is no release, physical or otherwise, to attach them to. That said, I thought maybe you all would like a peek at them early. You can also follow along with the YouTube vids and see how many times I flubbed them.