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Sunday, January 31, 2010
If you like your electro-pop with a dash of pop and indie-rock, Infadels are definitely a band you should check out. unfortunately, their music has yet to catch on here in the States (like most good quality music), but let's keep Infadels as our little secret. Their new track "Ghosts" was produced by London DJ/producer Alex Metric. The track will be featured on their forthcoming new album, titled "The Future Of The Gravity Boy," which was also produced by Metric.
I love Japayork's new single "Our Now." Not only does this electro-pop artist make great music, but he's also a visual artist, remixer and producer. I also love the creativity of the video, that he doesn't have to spend millions of dollars on a glamorous video set putting together craziness to spark a memorable video. Definitely has that artsy Andy Warholish East Village art vibe to it which I love. Anyone who can bring the edgy visuals with their music without it coming off pretentious immediately gets a vote from me. Definitely an artist to keep an eye out for in the future.
Although Sade's sixth album Soldier of Love won't be in stores until February 8, three new songs have spread throughout the internet. So sit back and enjoy “The Moon and the Sky,” “Another Time,” and “Skin” below...
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The following songs will be featured on her oft-delayed album, 'Pulse' which is due May 4th. So far all the songs leaking from Toni's album has been pure fiyah! Definitely some solid tracks from the R&B songstress and May can't get here fast enough. I'm just hoping all these leaks don't effect album sales.
As those who follow this blog know,'Rocket' was the first single to hit the web last week from Goldfrapp’s upcoming cd, 'Head First.' Well now another new track titled “Believer” has just leaked from the groups upcoming fifth album which will be in stores March 22.
“Believer” has the same dreamy 80’s-inspired vibe of their first single, But the drums have a thumpier feel to it. Kind of reminds me of Fischerspooner with a dash of Erasure. I'm not expecting their new music to have the same cold electro vibe as 'Black Cherry' and 'Supernature,' but I do hope we can expect some club stompers on their album (maybe when some hot DJ gets some remixes out there).
Looking forward to hearing their album in it's entirety, and I'm also curious to hear what the tracks they produced on X Tina's new cd 'Bionic' sound like?
If you thought Diana Ross and Beyonce were divas when they led their respected groups, you ain't hear nothing yet. For the past couple of weeks, we've been reading about alot of grease throwing at Nicole from former back-up members Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt. Well now former member Jessica Sutta spoke to Life & Style magazine and has said being in the group “wasn’t a joyful” experience and that she felt like a “glorified backup dancer”, which caused her to quit the group.
She also says that Nicole would control the amount of screen time the girls had in the music videos, and that if you liked something and Nicole liked something, she was the one who got to keep it because PCD was all about Nicole!
Jessica even claims that when she got injured last year the groups pimp (tranny troll Robin Antin) kicked her to the curb and failed to provide her with any accommodation, so the almost “homeless” singer had to crash on a friends couch as she recovered from a broken rib.
Jessica, like Melody and Kimberly is writing and recording her solo album, which will be “dance and pop inspired”.
It's unfortunate that we have no idea who these girls are so that when their solo records come out I would care enough to buy it, but if it can go beyond the generic hits of PCD, I will support them (especially my favorite, Kimberly). The more I hear of this, the more I dislike Nicole. I just hope the new chicks who will get picked to be in PCD will be aware of the shit they are about to step into. What do you guys think of this mess?
Last year Darkchild talked about some track he was working on for Janet's upcoming cd. He said he was working on a track that featured Pitbull with beats that were heavily influenced by African, Latin and worldwide Rhythms.
Well the track featuring vocals from a demo singer mimicking Janet's signature vocal coo has leaked on the web.
I really feel this tribal heavy club track will be the perfect direction for Janet to take, since it has that Basement Jaxx vibe (whom Janet says she is a fan). This song will definitely have the keedz on the dance floor in no time, and they will gag that Janet has finally decided to take some risks with her music. I know the track is in it's early stage and Janet has yet to write lyrics to the track, but it's definitely first single material. I'm just glad Janet's doing something different for once and is not working with David Guetta like every pop star is. As much as I love the genre, the mainstream pop singers are going to kill my love for electro-dance music. Darkchild also announced that Janet has given him permission to leak a track from her album very soon, which is just as well because after three flops, Janet needs all the buzz she can get.
What do you guys think of the new track?
Ray & Anita, formerly of the 90's techno group '2 Unlimited' have released a new video. The song peaked at #19 in the Dutch Top 40, which I would say perfect time for a comeback since Roisin Murphy and Lady Gaga are experimenting with 90's techno with their new music. Enjoy!!!
In the beginning, I wasn't really feeling the music of Jason DeRülo. 'Whatcha Say' wasn't the kind of song that made me want to play on repeat (because I found the Imogen Heap sample to be a bit annoying). I'm beginning to turn around my feelings, because the more music I hear leak from his cd, the more I'm looking forward to buying his debut. Jason definitely has that X Factor and it will be very interesting to see if he can claim what Chris Brown lost ever since he did what he did to RiRi. Jason's self-titled cd will be in stores next month.
This is the third single and video from her album, '3 Words.' While Cheryl's debut solo cd isn't up to par as far as consistant pop hits, this track along with 'Fight for This Love' are two songs I listen to on repeat whenever I'm listening to her album.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
If you thought the red burning building outfit Lady Gaga wore at the VMA's was bizarre, check out Fever Ray (and The Knife) singer Karin Dreijer's face at a Swedish awards show. I love The Knife and Fever Ray's music and this is an exciting time for female singers who don't feel that they have to bring the sex and beauty to sell records. Anyone who can go to an awards show looking like Pumpkinhead's melted fetus gets my utmost attention.
While a 'no shit' report came out last week with John Edwards admitting he is the father of the child he bore from his affair with Rielle Hunter, now comes word that he may have gotten his Ron Jeremy on by filming one of his many trysts with his mistress.
According to sources, John and Rielle made a sex tape that contains 'several sex acts.' And that his aide, Andrew Young found it on an unmarked DVD. The tape, say both our sources, is explicit and reveals that Edwards 'is physically very striking, in a certain area. Everyone who sees it says 'whoa'. She's behind the camera at first.'"
Well I say release the video. Who knows, since he's basically tarnished what's left of his political career, I'm sure he'd have an amazing career in porn. He's goodlooking and narcissistic which are traits you definitely need to succeed in porn. There may not be much leverage for Andrew Young's book since Edwards admitted the truth before the book came out, maybe the DVD will be all the leverage he has left. Call up Vivid. They love releasing home videos of celebrities.
Monday, January 25, 2010
Remember back on the Real World: Brooklyn when Ryan Conklin and "not gay" Mormon Chet Cannon were gayer than gay roommate JD? Well the two recently reunited after Ryan returned from a six-month tour in Iraq and it appears he's missed Chet dearly. Back in December MTV did a documentary on Ryan returning to Iraq.
In an effort to increase sales for his sophomore album, 'The Boy Who Knew Too Much,' Mika has hit the studio with hot producer of the moment, RedOne.
There's no word if their work together will be featured on his third album or a re-release of The Boy Who Knew Too Much, but he definitely needs some hot tracks to match the success of his 2007 debut Life in Cartoon Motion. Maybe he needs to add a bit more disco to that falsetto of his and less Freddy Mercury. The closest person that matches the bravado of Mercury is Adam Lambert.
OneRepublic lead singer/producer Ryan Tedder believes he is the Oracle and has figured out why Leona Lewis' new album has flopped faster than you can say Heidi Montag. if you all have been paying attention (which I'm sure most haven't), leona's second cd, 'Echo' never made it into the top 10.
“In the US, unless you’re Justin Timberlake or Beyoncé, you cannot put out a song and not be in the country when it comes out,” Tedder told Digital Spy.
“Leona was gone for six weeks when ‘Happy’ came out because she was promoting the record in other countries – it wasn’t her fault; she just couldn’t be two places in once.
“I had radio stations telling me that they thought ‘Happy’ was the single biggest ballad they’d come across in ten years, but that if Leona didn’t come over here and promote it, it was going to fall. On top of that, America’s consumed with Lady GaGa and dance music right now, so it’s not the best time for ballads anyway”, he said. “When everything on the radio is blasting out at 120 bpm, a song like ‘Happy’ almost sounds out-of-place.”
Tedder is currently in the studio working on new music for Katy Perry and Jennifer Hudson's sophomore albums.
Leona has been on some of the biggest shows on television promoting the hell out of the record, but truth be told, no one cares. It's funny how he can diss Beyonce, when in fact he produced her hit song, 'Halo.' I think maybe Ryan needs to realize that with so many hits under his belt, all them songs are starting to sound alike. Remember a few months back when he and Kelly Clarkson got into it because fans were saying Kelly bit off of Beyonce with 'Already Gone?' I still don't believe those songs sound anything alike. It's funny how those same people don't like to talk about the fact that Beyonce's been swagger-jackin' people for years. Amerie, Kylie Minogue, even Lady Gaga. Here's what he needs to realize. I've never been a fan of schmalzy people like Leona, because she fits in the same category as a Celine Dion. Amazing voice, but no personality. In this era of music, you have to be a triple threat. You also have to have something to say in your music. Even though she won on a competition show, it doesn't feel like Leona has any input in the music she does. She's become a studio creation instead of someone who takes the time in the studio to have control of their vision like Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake. It's not going to cut it by having a beautiful face and gorgeous vocals. If that was the case, Deborah Cox would have Whitney's career (before the drugs). At the end of the day standing still and singing is not going to get people interested in buying your music and seeing you live. If that was the way the insustry worked, then Mariah wouldn't need to put out two remix albums of 'Memoirs of an imperfect Angel.'
Not to be confused with the horror flop Repo: The Genetic Opera, this film centers around a repo man named Remy whose body has been constructed almost entirely of artificial organs. When Remy (Jude Law) fails to keep up on payments for his recent heart transplant, his former partner vows to take back the organ by force if necessary. Meanwhile, Remy finds an unexpected ally in the form of his long-lost wife, Beth (Sonia Braga), who has also been retrofitted with numerous artificial organs. Now, despite the fact that they haven't seen each other since Remy joined the army ten years ago, the desperate repo man and his sympathetic wife attempt a daring escape from a man who holds the lives of millions in the palm of his hands. Forest Whitaker and Liev Schreiber co-star. I'm just hoping this film will be better than the last horrible movie Law did. A little independent film called 'Sherlock Holmes.'
This is actually some leftover footage from Lady Gaga when she did Barbara Walter's '10 Most Fascinating People.' In this interview it features some footage from her Monster's Ball at Radio City last week and some talk about more of her personal life.
In the past I have blogged alot about UK sensation, Taio Cruz. It's unfortunate that his music hasn't been released here in the States. He's got a great ear for melody, and I like the type of R&B he does moreso than alot of the American ones who continue to do the standard crap from The Dream & Tricky Stewart. If you listen to Akon you can pretty much hear where he gets his sound from. Taio's album 'Rokkstar' is available to purchase now.
Finally a song done by a Disney chick that's actually worth listening to. Sometimes I still scratch my head as to how in the hell did Overbite Cyrus become famous? No word by the way as to when KeKe's album will be in stores, but I do hope that whatever label she's on will promote the hell out of her music because I had no idea this will be her second album.
According to Deadline Hollywood Daily's Nikki Finke, word on the street is that the bidding war over the distribution rights to Robert Rodriguez's next movie, the independently-financed Machete is finally over. You may all remember Machete was originally a fake trailer featured between the awesome Rodriguez/Tarantino Grindhouse films 'Planet Terror' & 'Death Proof.' 20th Century Fox beat out over five other studios for the rights to distribute it.
Danny Trejo returns in the title role, surrounded by a number of big stars including Jeff Fahey, Jessica Alba, Lindsay Lohan, Cheech Marin, Rose McGowan, Michelle Rodriguez, Steven Seagal and Robert DeNiro. Robert Rodriguez wrote and produced the movie with financing from Rick Schwartz's Overnight Productions, and directed it with co-director Ethan Maniquis.
According to the report, the six studios were shown roughly 15 to 30 minutes of footage with the price set at $9 million with a healthy profit sharing from the film's theatrical and back-end grosses. Fox was already working with Rodriguez on his next project, the relaunch of the "Predator" franchise, which has already been given the name 'Robert Rodriguez's Predators.' While the Weinstein Company had the first look rights for the movie due to their long involvement with Rodriguez, the Machete deal included a production deal with Rodriguez, so one can probably assume that Fox will be the filmmaking pioneer's new home.
Plot: Machete is a renegade former "Mexican Federale". He roams the cities, towns, and streets of Texas looking for work after a shakedown from a drug lord called Torrez. Machete has a run-in with Benz, a local businessman and spin doctor, who tells Machete that McLaughlin, a corrupt senator, is sending hundreds of illegal immigrants out of the country and that he must be killed. Benz offers Machete $150,000 to kill McLaughlin who quickly accepts the murder contract. Attempting to assassinate the senator at a political rally, Machete is double-crossed and is shot in the shoulder by Benz's henchmen whom are soon revealed to be in league with Senator McLaughlin who orchestrated the entire attempted assasination with Benz to gain public support for McLaughlin's harsh anti-immigration laws by setting up Machete as the patsy to make it appear that an outlaw illegal Mexican immigrant tried to assasinate the senator. Now on the run from the law and being tracked by Sartana, a peristant U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent with a special interest in the blade slinger, Machete goes after Benz and his men, as well as Senator McLaughlin, with the help of his "holy" Federale-turned-priest brother Padre, a saucy meat cleaver-wielding taco slinger named Luz, and April, a socialite with a penchant for guns. Machete rallys a group of illegal migrants together, and begins to hunt the people who double crossed him.
I've been hoping for a 'Machete' film ever since I saw the trailer and I cannot wait. Also be on the lookout for another fake trailer that has been given the greenlight for a full feature, Eli Roth's 'Thanksgiving.'
It's no big secret that the Step Up series is about to drop yet another sequel, this time in 3D. Now we have more info on the next installment.
The plot is about New York's intense street dancing underground comes alive in eye-popping Digital 3D in the third installment of the "Step Up" franchise as the raw, passion-fueled culture goes global. A tight-knit group of street dancers, including Luke (Rick Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Adam Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best breakdancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.
Even though the plot was always thinner than Lindsay Lohan trying to rock a thong with the string hanging down from the crack of her non-existant ass, the thing I enjoyed about the series is the amazing dance routines. I loved Moose in the last film and I think the experiece will be even crazier in 3D.
Step Up 3D stars: Sharni Vinson, Alyson Stoner, Adam Sevani (Moose in Step Up 2: The Streets), Briana Evigan (Andie West in Step Up 2: The Streets), Robert Hoffman (Chase Collins in Step Up 2: The Streets), Channing Tatum (Tyler Gage in Step Up), Harry Shum jr., Rick Malambri & Stephen Boss
Premiere Date Step Up 3-D: August 13th 2010
Here is a new track from Enrique called 'It Must Be Love.' I don't know why but am I the only one who thought about the theme song from 'Halloween' from the piano melody? As for the song, sounds like typical Enrique. Hope he'll take more risks with the music instead of doing the same guitar-driven mid tempo love songs.
As I continue to grow this blog, I feel I need to get a little personal. I love sex. I mean, I really love it. I can go without it every now and again, but sometimes my body gets like a wolfman during full moon time and I go on binges for days. i guess you could say it's a addiction, but I feel sex rehab is bullshit. Kinda like wht they're saying Tiger Woods needs (or is currently undergoing). The thing that turns me on the most is if I can have sex where most people wouldn't dare. I love sex in public places, and I have done it quite a few times. I've done it on the Christopher Street pier in broad daylight, in sex clubs, in regular clubs, on the train, on the train platform, in porn stores. The list is endless.
Nothing is more hotter than doing something in places where at any moment you could get caught. It's like a rush. I feel sex should be expressive and freeing, especially since we come from a society where sex is frowned upon. I guess this is why I love porn stars. They always seem to be enjoying what they are doing. I know there are some out there who have horror stories about their profession, but who doesn't? I'm talking about those who have sex on film, and also talk of their non-film adventures via thair blog. I love when people go places like San Francisco and the Folsom Street Fair.
It's aslo a great time when you go to some NYC parties and the type of debauchery that goes down in there gets men all hot and bothered (especially after you've had a few drinks). I would love to travel to SF and Folsom one day. I even had a friend of mine who is a professional dancer tell me of all the amazing sex clubs that they have in Germany. It seems the Europeans are more comfortable expressing themselves than we are. Truth be told, the club scene in NYC is on the verge of collapse (that's a whone 'nother story).So my question is this and you don't have to leave your name if you don't want to. Where is the craziest place you've had sex and what was the experience like for you?
Sunday, January 24, 2010
At Patrick Mohr's fashion show in Berlin, he decided to go where Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen wouldn't dare go even on their craziest acid trip. It's like Mohr met Gaga at the Tournament of Roses parade and threw up all over her clothes. Even Bobby Trendy wouldn't be caught in this shit.
One of Lady Gaga’s fan got kicked out of her concert and took it to the streets where he decided to stop traffic with his dick. It wasn't long before the po po swooped down on his ass and put him in handcuffs. I understand this thing that Lady Gaga has created has sparked a new movement of Gagaphiles, but if you're going to take it off, do like the gay kids and duplicate one of Gaga's crazy costumes. Don't go exposing yourself to the point where you go to jail and have to pay a fine.
James Mitchell, who played the legendary Palmer Cortlandt (and Opal's fuck piece) on All My Children for 30 years has passed away. He was 89. According to ABC, James died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and complications from pneumonia.
James got his start in Broadway musicals such as Carousel and Oklahoma before taking on the recurring role as Adam Chandler's arch-rival Palmer in 1979. James is survived by his partner Albert Wolsky.
Just when you thought he was rescued by the magical hands of Dr. Drew and the powers that be on Celebrity Rehab, Andy Dick has found himself arrested again.
Andy Dick was arrested in Huntington, West Virginia yesterday morning after grabbing another man's dick at a bar. He has since been released on $60,000 bail. This isn't the first time Andy has been sent to the clinker for his fondness for PDA. He was arrested back in 2008 for exposing and fondling a woman's titties. After a show, he grabbed the crotch of a male bouncer and shoved his tongue down the mouth of another dude at the bar.
Jonathan Kraft, the guy who is accusing Andy of trying to tongue-fuck him, spoke to TMZ and said he's not going to press charges. Jonathan said that when Andy tried to give him CPR, he brushed him off by saying, "I'm not down with that." Jonathan went on to say that he felt the charges were dumb and that Andy is "nationally known as a weird guy." Everyone else at the bar said Andy was really out of it, but I think that goes without saying.
I say if Andy's going to try to fuck guys with his tongue, and grope people inappropriately, he needs to keep that shit in West Hollywood and not West Virginia, the state of great teeth.
It seemed as if for the past year some tabloid was claiming that Brangelina were breaking up just about every other week. Well according to many mainstream newspapers, that rumor is about to become a reality. The NY Daily News is reporting that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have hired divorce lawyers to split their $330 million joint fortune. In case you've all been living in a bubble, the couple met while working on the 2005 action/comedy Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Brad was married at the time to actress Jennifer Aniston.
Ever since the couple got together, they raised a brood of six children, three which are biologically Brad's and Angie's. They also put alot of work into being humanitarians, with Brad working hard on rebuilding New Orleans and Angelina taking on the responsibility of working as Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Refugee Agency. Maybe the reason their relationship deteriorated was because they focused so much on saving the world, they forgot to save their relationship. It's hard working long hours as an actor, raising a football team, and trying to save the world. Ask Sam and Dean Winchester. it's a huge burden trying to save the world. I hope these two can work it out for the sake of the children, but if the relationship runs it's course, then they just need to move on.
I'm sure Jen is somewhere having a kiki over this mess of a relationship. Brad wanted a family so bad, he got what he wished for. The children will live with Angelina full time. So how long before tabloids have Brad back with Jennifer Aniston?
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Here is the millionth remix of Lady Gaga's 'Bad Romance' track featuring knob work by my favorite heteroflexible electro duo, Dangerous Muse.
Check out this hot remix of Mariah Carey's "The Impossible" from London DJ and remixer Kris Di Angelis. I don't care what anyone says, I love when Mimi's remixes had more of a soulful dance feel to it. Remember back in the day when David Morales used to work the hell out of her dance remixes? That's what she needs to do instead of like what Jamie Foxx is currently doing to gain a larger audience. The tired pop/R&B music sound of The Dream is not working.
MARIAH CAREY - The Impossible (Kris Di Angelis & Ben Dobie 'Pooldisco' Remix) by Krisdiangelis
According to reports, Gwen has gotten through her writer's block and No Doubt are finally in the studio recording their first album of new material. The band recently toured throughout 2009 to find inspiration for new music. I say if they bring those same elements they brought to their last album 'RockSteady,' but maybe add some 80's electro elements to it, they can have the comeback they're so desperate to have. No word on when the album will be released, but my guess is sometime in early 2011.
I was looking forward to the month of February because that was when not only Sade's album was being released, but Toni's and Erykah's as well. Acording to reports, neo-soul singer Erykah Badu's fifth album 'New Amerykah, Part II: Return of the Ankh' has been moved from February to March 30. The album will feature production by 9th Wonder, James Poyser, J Dilla, Madlib and of course Ms. Badu herself. It's said to feature the same jazzy hip hop sound that made Erykah famous.
Toni Braxton’s sixth album Pulse has also suffered a push-back, now scheduled for a May 4th release. Unfortunately 'Yesterday' ft. Trey Songz didn't catch on with fans so her label are trying to release the right second single.
All I know is I cannot wait to hear new music from these ladies. As long as they don't mess with the release dates of Fantasia, Sade, and Monica I can be a bit more patient for new music from Toni and Erykah.
Snooki in my opinion is a pint sized version of Wendy. They both love big hair, have awesome personalities, tell it like it is, and have big mouths that can be heard way past Jersey. In my opinion, Snooki is what makes not only the mess that is Jersey Shore, but also she is the embodiment of a reality star. The only people on that entire show I couldn't stand (besides cock blocker Angelina) was Sammi Sweetheart. That girl was so clingy, insecure and annoying, I wish she would have left the show right along with Ange. Unfortunately, she was so attached to Ronnie's dick she wasn't going anywhere even if you pried her from it with a titanium rod. If and when JS gets a second season, they need to keep the original cast. Like the guido and guidette version of The Hills (minus the script). They can add maybe a few people to spice up the show, but JS cannot be like The Real World. Now that they know what to expect, the show won't be the same.
Above is a video of Snooki revealing her new hairdo (it was a wig).
Friday, January 22, 2010
This is an unreleased track from Madonna's sessions with Timbaland back when she was recording the 'Hard Candy' cd. Kind of reminds me of 'Miles Away,' and I'm really digging the heavy drums on the track. I just wish she would have chosen this song to make it on the album instead of the dreadful '4 Minutes.' As I have said before I thought the songs she did with Pharrell captured the essence of Madonna rather than the recently predictable sounds of Timbaland. What do you guys think?
Originally, 'Make It Rain' with Lil Wayne was supposed to be the next single but instead they opted to go with "Love Is A Drug". I think this song highlights her vocals much better than first single 'Somebody to Love' with Robin Thicke. great electro-pop track Blair Waldorf.
'Love is a Drug' will be in stores later this year.
Above is the official single cover for Ke$ha's second single, 'Blah Blah Blah.' I still think it iwas a bad idea for her label to release this track as a second single, because 3OH!3 are so annoying. 'our Love is My Drug' would have been a better choice, but I understand the labels are trying to jump on the LMFAO bandwagon. You can listen to the track below...
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- 5 Deadly Venoms
- Another Gay Movie
- Blade Runner
- Boy Culture
- Brokeback Mountain
- Die Hard
- Eating Out
- Enter the Dragon
- First Blood
- Friday the 13th (1980)
- Kill Bill
- Mysterious Skin
- Night of the Living Dead
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Spider Man 2
- The Bourne Trilogy
- The Circuit
- The Crazies (2009)
- The Dark Knight
- The Empire Strikes Back
- The Fluffer
- The Goonies
- The Lost Boys
- The Matrix
- The Monster Squad
- The Road
- The Road Warrior
- The Terminator
- True Lies