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One Minute Mayhem

by I Hate This Place

A delightfully irreverent and unconventional celebration of the beast that is pop music.
Genre: Pop: Bubblegum Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Phone Call
1:04 $0.99
2. Alchemy (Shit to Gold)
3:56 $0.99
3. Deep Sea Love!
4:22 $0.99
4. Mr. Bunny Hates You...
0:12 $0.99
5. Miserable Girl
3:50 $0.99
6. One Minute Mayhem
1:00 $0.99
7. Late Night
0:31 $0.99
8. Inigo! The Space Cat
3:17 $0.99
9. The Turtle Song
2:52 $0.99
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Album Notes
**Like a song on this album but don't want to buy the whole CD? Search for "I Hate This Place" on Apple's iTunes Music Store or other Internet music services to download individual tracks!""

"Right out of the chute the male vocal cuts right into a slightly sarcastic verse about the pop industry. The song is produced with all the latest bling, bling and in this case its perfect. Some remarkable keyboard work fills out some of the segue sections with wonderful depth. With great harmonies and beats, this tune delivers all it was supposed to and more. There are real musicians hiding behind this pop spoof wonderland. This group parodies pop better than pop itself and if you look into its corners their true musicality can't help but leak out. Great idea done superbly!"
- Jeff Tassin, Emmy Award winning songwriter and performer reviewing
"Alchemy (Shit to Gold)" on Garageband.com

You may not like this music. But one thing is for certain: you won't be able to get the infectious sound of I Hate This Place out of your head. The brainchild of Sean Nerney (Producer, The Old Kings, Some May Not Be), I Hate This Place elegantly brings together every electro-bubblegum-synthpop nightmare you've been having recently, complete with cheesy 80s synth lines, vocoding, offbeat and irrational lyrics and extreme autotuning to the sensational debut EP "One Minute Mayhem".

"Excellent...I liked the overall production, melody and sequencing especially with the synths. "
-John Estrada, producer and songwriter of Trinimusicman reviewing
"Deep Sea Love!"

Listen to the samples of "Deep Sea Love!" and "Miserable Girl" for a good taste of what I Hate This Place is like. Hopefully you'll find it scrumptious and delightful. All the album's tracks are precariously held together by several hilarious (and somewhat disturbing) vocal vignettes ("The Phone Call", "The Turtle Song").

"This CD makes me want to have your children!"
- drunk girl at the party last Saturday

OK, so that one was a lie.

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Hilarious, addictive, and anything but ordinary
Once in a rare while there comes a pop album that does not suffer from the same lack of individuality that so often seems to define the genre. With One Minute Mayham, I Hate This Place's Sean Nerney delivers a blend of pop and electronica that carries a wit and humor all its own.
Alchemy (Shit to Gold) is probably the strongest track on the CD; simultaneously infectious and a great satire on pop. Miserable Girl is another strong point. Yes, a pop song about love that is cleverly written and does not involve excessive emo or teenybopper lyrics does exist and it's right here. One Minute Mayhem is, as the name states, brief, but is somber, refreshing, and hints at the group's darker second CD.
The whole CD carries Sean's brand of humor, beginning from The Phone Call and culminating to the glorious Turtle Song, which no one with a pulse can listen to without laughing. It is about as unconventional as humanly possible, and may require a degree of getting used to, but well worth it. I strongly recommend this CD to anyone who doesn't take pop music so seriously that they are unable to take a step back and have a laugh at it. (Which, to be honest, should be everyone.)