Dead Stays Alive Surfaces on Radio

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The Band Dead Stays Alive Surfaces on radio after their much awaited single release of "Peace Dog 2007".

After A myriad of personal issues and speculations, after being handcuffed by a media onslaught, we finally get to release our music...which was all we wanted to do in the first place

Through a rollercoaster of musical and personal events, DEAD STAYS ALIVE releases two songs to radio, prior to the release of their forthcoming album "1256".

"After A myriad of personal issues and speculations, after being handcuffed by a media onslaught, we finally get to release our music...which was all we wanted to do in the first place," says D.S.A's Tony Allen.

The Atlanta, GA based DEAD STAYS ALIVE sends out its message-laden single and video "PEACE DOG 2007". "We have so much we want to say, we felt like this song might just be the best place for us to start," vocalist/guitarist Scott Mikell adds.

The accompanying video shows a "connect-the-dots" portrayal of how the times we live in, and the decisions of our leaders, effect each and every one of us.

Couple that with the "lyrical alienation" of the additional track "GET U ALONE", and you've got a listeners glimpse into the mindset of DEAD STAYS ALIVE. The forthcoming album is "our narrative of the weights of the world we live in today", Mikell and Allen add.

Manager, Marion Webb, says that the single release "PEACE DOG 2007" is already receiving radio play. "This is what we've been waiting for and we are ready!" says Webb.

For more information on the band or to see the video for "PEACE DOG 2007", check out DEAD STAYS ALIVE's my space at myspace.com/deadstaysalive

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