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MP3 Request-A-Song.com - Best Of Request - Vol. 1 | October 2002 - March 2003

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Angegebene Spieldauer: 71:31
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2003-09-26
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Mostly Pop/Rock with a decidedly quirky twist, although peppered with eclectic styles. A large majority of these songs were written based on the suggestions of our website visitors -- hence the name, https://www.tradebit.com.

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"Best Of Request - Vol.1 | October 2002 - March 2003" is our first full-length audio CD. This seventy-two minute release is filled with twenty-four of our best songs from our first six months in business (Oct 2002 - Mar 2003). Each song has been professionally remastered for this CD release, and each CD comes with a 16-page color booklet with song lyrics and other song information.

Taken From https://www.tradebit.com’s "The Tangled Web," June 10th, 2003

ALL REQUEST, ALL THE TIME: Music fans in love with quirky lyrics and audience participation can find their new temple at https://www.tradebit.com, a site devoted to drawing new tunes out of the "global muse," aka the Internet listening public. The idea behind the site is simple; visitors submit ideas they’d like turned into songs, and site creator Benj Edwards or his brother Jeremy writes, performs, and records songs based on the best submissions.

Since its inception last October, the site has produced 54 tunes, and each is available for free download in MP3 form. Recent examples include "Evil Toucan Sam" -- a twisted ode to the cereal mascot that has been aired on the Dr. Demento radio show -- and such entertaining novelties as "Pay Off Your Debt to Me, Lindsay" and "(Nobody Owns) The Center of the Earth."

The songs, recorded by Edwards in his home studio, are generally catchy pop/rock tunes dominated by guitar and keyboards. Each song has its own pop-up window with lyrics, a link to the download, and an explanation of the song’s inception. While some efforts, like "Butter Ghost," started with merely a suggested phrase that sparked Edwards’ imagination, others, such as the dirge-like rap "Hide My Shoes (In the Microwave)," follow requests to such detail that they end up with improbable choruses like "If you want to hide my shoes in a place where I won’t find them, I suggest you hide them in the microwave, because more than likely I will never check there."


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