Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The Internet is a Lie
So as is prone to happen these days, my new album recently popped up on some download sites of ill repute. It doesn't make me the happiest person in the world, but no big deal, it's to be expected these days. What I wasn't expecting, however, were the bizarre adlib-esque text files accompanying the links. Their mix of broken english and extreme hyperbole is ridiculous, perplexing, and hilarious at once. Some of my favorite clips:
Mike Shiflet will certainly be leaving the Pitchfork awards with a lot of rewards. Their audio sounds fantastic and many tracks have already become hits on stereo plus in night clubs around the globe.
...you will be one step nearer to listening to the new rhythm of the MP3 songs created by your favorite musician, Mike Shiflet.
As you know, we've all been waiting for ?The Choir, The Army? Digital Download version.
You will certainly take pleasure in listening to the Disc, exactly like countless other fans are already doing. Those tunes are great for any special event plus your mates will frantically party to the groove of the song.
You will find numerous temptations online such as irrelevant leaks which might debase any artist, inclusive Mike Shiflet. However, The Choir, The Army by Mike Shiflet promises to make hysteria among listeners.
Almost all music artists are accustomed to these leaks. Still Mike Shiflet said that is quite exasperating to let pass the introduction of an project due to a simple leak.
And so on and so on. I don't even know what to say. It's a weird world.
Actual copies of the record can be bought here.
See you at the Grammys.