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MP3 Serenading the Dead
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For years, Serenading the Dead have been the resident house band for the dead and the damned. Combining the sounds of vaudeville and burlesque with death and pop music, their music is powerful enough to silence the moans of even the most demanding demons.

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POP: Beatles-pop, ROCK: Acoustic



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Imagine yourself transported to the 9 levels of final purification known as purgatory, a land that few have seen and from where even fewer have escaped. Close your eyes and picture yourself stranded on thorny paths, gripping walls of razor sharp obsidian, all the while suffering the painful realization that perhaps the prayers of the living will not be enough to set your soul freeâ¦

What would you do to pass the time? What could you do? And most important, what would you listen to?

For years, Serenading the Dead have been the resident house band for the dead and the damned. Combining the sounds of vaudeville and burlesque with death and pop music, their music is powerful enough to silence the moans of even the most demanding demons.

So fill up those ipods and get ready for your trip through eternal salvation-and if you don't like what you hear, then we'll see you in hell...



What people have been saying about StD:

"These guys totally rockâ¦their music really made the long days on the Third Terrace of Wrathfulness go by in the blink of an eye!" â Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Horace), Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus.

"I really like that song Acrobat, it reminds me of a girl I once had familiar relations with. Boy did she turn out to be a psycho!" â Pier delle Vigne, chancellor and secretary to the Emperor Frederick II.

"I think everyone knows that I'm not a big fan of rock music, but I must say that the intensity these guys bring is enough to make ME want to convert." â Pope Nicholas III, Pope from November 35, 1277 until his death in 1280.

"Oh sure, I remember these guys. They let me crash at their pad when I was down on my luck. I don't think I've had that much fun since the Bavarian Death Raids in year 921!" â Arnulf the Evil, the duke of Bavaria from 907 until his death in 930.

"I've never heard anything like it-part pop, part sacrilege, all kick ass. Hey-are you gonna finish that Danish?" â Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin, Russian mystic and Danish thief.


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