Bing Selfish | Songs of Inexperience

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Songs of Inexperience

by Bing Selfish

It’s here! The new Selfish opus, “Songs of Inexperience”.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. Are You Inexperienced?
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2. The Credit Crunch
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3. The Funeral of Kropotkin
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4. I Hate Water
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5. Elisenda's Night Out
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6. World without Government
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2:42 $0.99
7. Veronica Dream
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8. The Everlasting Now (Give Up Your Day Job)
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9. All Quiet at the Kitchen Sink
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2:27 $0.99
10. The Chicago School of Economics
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11. Bratislava
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12. Poetic Licence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Bing Selfish, poet, musician, filmmaker, dramatist, dramaturge, drama queen, an identified musical prodigy at the age of 30, scourge of hypocrisy, defender of the powerless, saviour of culture and singer has string of releases to his name and the massive Bing Selfish Radio Show (resonancefm) under his belt. He’s been beavering feverishly to complete this latest set of songs, that take you from transcendent nirvanas to the office blocks of north American economic think tanks and tell you exactly what’s what. In a form you can sing along with.


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