Gary Le Strange | I Am a Video

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I Am a Video

by Gary Le Strange

A powerful new contemporary political dance number about video culture from eccentric English synth-rocker Gary Le Strange
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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Eccentric but entirely sane cult synth-rocker Gary Le Strange returns with a brand new 4-minute socio-political dance thesis called "I am a Video". Originally written for his abandoned third album Glamoronica, it's hard to believe this prophetic slice of pop doom was written over ten years ago, and yet it's just as relevant today as it was then. Especially the bits about George Bush and Osama Bin Laden. With its four-to-the-floor hardcore dance beats and its hard-hitting and easy-to-follow political message about videos or British society or the human condition or something, it's a song that most if not all of the family can both sing and tap their feet along to. Providing they have vocal cords and feet.

Gary has produced this song with British actor, comedian and composer Waen Shepherd (as seen or heard in Hyperdrive, The Inbetweeners, Crackanory, Murder in Successville and AAAAAAAAH!) - there's also a video, of course, but I'm probably not allowed to tell you which popular file-sharing website you can easily find it on.



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