CinemaSlice.com wanted to find a way to give back to the ‘Slicers out there– SO..
IT’S CONTEST TIME!
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– 3 VHS Tapes
– 1 Deck of Collectable CinemaSlice Character Cards
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Randomly selected winner will be announced and shipped on 4/30/2018.
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Happy Valentines Day!
You may notice that the lyrics are composed almost entirely of Love Song titles!
😊 (I’m not aware of other songs that do something like this.)
January’s offering is called “Disinformation”
“Disinformation” is defined by the Merriam-Webster.com dictionary as “false information deliberately and often covertly spread (as by the planting of rumors) in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth.” The song explores this word, the first use of which was in 1939.
Song: “Disinformation” © October 24, 2016 by David M. Waldman All Rights Reserved
The X-mas Music Mixtape is a combo of classic holiday song covers and original tunes done in various musical genres. Rap, metal and punk are just some of styles you’ll hear as you go on this non-traditional Christmas journey.
CinemaSlice is putting out a Christmas record and if Mariah Carey’s “All I want for Christmas is You” isn’t your jam, then THIS ALBUM IS FOR YOU.
There is a lot to enjoy here
My personal favorites were the fuzzed-out, jangly cover of “Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow” by Anchors Aweigh and the heavy version of Winter Wonderland called “MetalWonderland” by Johnny ZERO. I am also going to include an honorable mention to the darkest Christmas song I’ve ever heard “Violent Night” by Ray Elfman (imagine if Patrick Bateman from American Psycho wrote a Christmas song).