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Alternative 11/06/2004

Active-M's 'Stuntman' to be released on Mosquito Records

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NEW YORK (Mosquito Records) - The active-M track Stuntman is set for release as part of Mosquito Records forthcoming 'The Greatest Music you've never heard - Vol:2' CD.

The album features some other exciting independent artists making waves from around the globe, and will be available to purchase online from here: www.activem.cjb.net The release date is TBA, but should be out sometime in June!

Stuntman is, in the words of GodisintheTV muso-hack Bill Cummings: like the Bloodhound Gang gone right, rubbing up against Dandy Warhols-style sounds. It has a neat thudding beat and spiteful spoken vocals about "celebrity tat" dashed with a "do do do" backing.

Chanita Davis from Bitchin' Beatz column: this is gritty, dirty rock that merges with funk and flavor. It's nasty in the sense that it s good and you can't help but to listen to it more than once. (I know I did.) It just has a feel of creative chaos that makes for great listening.






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