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Casiokids Have a New Album with a Name You Can't Use on Google

Casiokids Have a New Album with a Name You Can't Use on Google

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By: Spacelab Research Staff
August 4, 2011

Casiokids have created a new album with a title in complete defiance of "The Google Machine," with the title of Aabenbaringen over aaskammen. The band may hail from Norway, but if youwant to find out more about this album as time goes on, you'll need to be Googling Casiokids unless you're fluent in Norwegian.

Aabenbaringen over aaskammen means "the revelation over the mountain" in English, which may not jive with Google but ,has artistic merit of its own. It will be available in limited-edition 180-gram blue vinyl for the ultra-Casiokids collector, although its limited to 500 copies. You can also check it out in 180-gram black vinyl, CD and MP3 formats, it's available for pre-order now. Stream samples over at the Polyvinyl Records web site, This includes a free MP3 download of the song "Det haster!"

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