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Fri, 02 Feb 2007

Songs from the Deep Sleep / Brandon Wilde
Songs from the Deep Sleep On rare occasion, I have a reminder of joy that was the early web. Remember? When every day was an adventure, a chance to be amused, or impressed, or horrified or, if you were really lucky, all three at once. Okay, this isn't nearly as good as that build up. But it's still kind of funny. Y'see, I found this album on the iTunes store by this guy named Brandon Wilde. And I wanted to learn something about him, so I could share with you and look all knowledgeable and stuff. Amazon was no help; I mean, I knew he wasn't Brandon De Wilde, an actor who died thirty odd years ago and, as far as I know, wasn't musical even before he became worm food. So I tried Google. And, well, the first link to Brandon Wilde was something else entirely.

The musical Brandon Wilde does have a website, called, appropriately enough, Brandon Wilde Music. Which doesn't have anything to say about his music. But why in the world did I expect it would?

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