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Thursday, July 19, 2012
The Wred Fright Rises
Sorry, I couldn't resist the Batman movie pun for the title of this post. It fits though. It's been quite some time since I wrote some songs, but I started doing so again in January. When I first had my website, Wred Fright's Funhouse, in 1999, I released an MP3 single a month and kept that going for a couple of years. I continued that tradition when I first started WredFright.Com, though I often posted older recordings in addition to tracks by bands I was in at that time. When The Pornographic Flabbergasted Emus came out in book form, I got too busy to play music, so I stopped posting music for a few years. I always missed doing so though, so this year I made sure to make time to play music. As a result, I'm happy to start posting music online again as well. Look for the occasional song popping up here on the blog. They'll just be lo-fi demos, but you might enjoy them.
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