(PRWEB) July 6, 2005
The very unknown, very unpopular and very uncommercial RockPopJazzClassical group "the primeTime sublime Community Orchestra" (pTsCO) wants to be famous. TheyÂve tried everything: dressed up in weird costumes, smashed their violins on stage, dated famous actresses and even appeared in a sex video. After 2 minor selling albums and performances in empty concert halls around the world, the pTsCO have released their 3rd CD "Songs That Will Never Win A Grammy". The album is sure to be ignored by The New York Times and all the other major publications, radio and media outlets.
Utilizing the latest voice synthesis technology developed by AT&T and the Yamaha Corporation, all of the songs on the new CD are sung by a computer.
"Songs That Will Never Win A Grammy" is an eclectic mix of pop songs and soundbites with contributions by Richard Nixon, Hillary Clinton, both George Bushes, and other celebrities. From the majestic opening of "Curb Your God" which features 7 different digital singers (and one very out-of-tune human singer), to the singing cockroach on "Rainbow Seeds of Mass Destruction", the vocals sound as if by human performers not a machine.
And there are some instrumental tunes for people who hate pop music too.
Most of the record stores on planet earth would not want to have "Songs That Will Never Win A Grammy". But if anybody cares, it is available at Tower Records and CDBaby.com.
For more information, audio excerpts, cartoons and assorted nonsense of questionable, entertainment value.
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