PSA for American Cancer Society Turns Radio Listeners into a Cancer Cell

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A new 30-second commercial from Scott G takes listeners inside a human body as it is attacked by cancer. The radio PSA features music from The G-Man's MOTION POTION album.

Radio listeners become a cancer cell inside a human body as part of the new public service announcement created by G-Man Music & Radical Radio (http://www.gmanmusic.com) for the American Cancer Society (http://www.cancer.org).

The 30-second PSA begins with an ominous statement, "I am a cancer cell inside your body." The story continues as a frightening and sonically distorted voice informs you that the cancer is growing and multiplying.

It's a "battle for your life," states the cancer cell, "and 1,500 times a day, I win," referring to the number of daily deaths from cancer in the U.S.

The spot concludes with an invitation to listeners to help in the fight against cancer and directs people to visit the American Cancer Society Web site.

"It was fun playing the evil cancer cell," states Scott G, who wrote and produced the spot in addition to providing the voiceover. The music was from G's just-released 5th album, MOTION POTION, from Delvian Records (http://www.delvianrecords.com).

"We're happy to alter the ending of the commercial to include the local phone number of any office of the American Cancer Society," states Brian Forest, VP of G-Man Music & Radical Radio.

The G-Man album, MOTION POTION, features 8 instrumental dance songs in the styles known as trance, techno, and explosive-chill and is being released by Delvian Records, (http://www.delvianrecords.com), the aggressively independent label with distribution on Apple's iTunes and Real Rhapsody.

About Scott G and G-Man Music:

At G-Man Music & Radical Radio, Scott is voice artist and music composer on commercials for Goodrich, Verizon Wireless, Micron, National Steel & Shipbuilding, DIRECTV, the Auto Club, and more.

Songs by The G-Man have been called "Moby meets Bowie" (by producer Pete Anderson), "Moby meets Devo" (by TV producer Paul Rich), and "The rhythm of machines with melodies of the heart" (by music writer Janis Amy). His music is played in clubs and on college radio stations around the globe.

Scott is a member of NARAS (http://www.grammy.com), a creative director at NARIP (National Association of Record Industry Professionals), and a journalist with articles on MusicDish.com, Electro-Music.com, MusicBizAcademy.com, and many more.

For more information on G-Man Music & Radical Radio or MOTION POTION, visit http://www.gmanmusic.com or call 818-223-8486.

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