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Songs of the Damned

Seriously, what do marketing people these days think they’re playing at?

If you listen carefully from the first introductory “build” to the first “break” it will somehow remind you of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. This track of horror can turn anyone into a raving homicidal / suicidal person! (And if you do decide to listen to this, you agree not to hold me accountable for any damage you may suffer.)
The Checkpoint Song

This “music” may permanently damage your sense of style and taste. If you click the link below, you are taking your life into your own hands!!! You have been warned!
Symantec Revolution

This is not that bad for a song. But that is only if you compare it to Symantec Revolution and The Checkpoint Song.

Ever Onward I.B.M.

So much for uplifting the Company spirit. Honestly, this song must’ve cost a fortune. $100,000 at least. Now, wouldn’t it have been better if they just gave out iPods to their employees with their corporate logos at the back? What do you think?


About princess of antiquity

Abbi Cabanding is a member of the Security Bloggers Network and had been blogging on information security since 2006. She is also a member of the Association for Computing Machinery. She studied Computer Science and Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines - Diliman.


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