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Damien Binder - New Album Only 3 Weeks Away


Damien Binder - New Album Only 3 Weeks Away

The new 10-track album "Til Now" is released on Tuesday 9th September. Featuring the dreamteam production muscle of Steve Garden, Bob Shepheard, Chris Van de Geer and Don Bartley.

Preview the album cover & first 2 singles at http://www.damienbinder.com Even better - BUY the first singles from http://www.amplifier.co.nz

Xlr8 Entertainment Awards

Damien has been nominated in the "Best Original Band/Artist" category. Go to http://www.xlr8online.co.nz/entertainmentAward.php to vote online.

Muserecords.Com A Bit Popular

The website traffic monitoring company Hitwise has recently released it's quarterly rankings. Muserecords.com hits the Top 10 once again as the 4th most popular music company website in NZ. Ra-de-ra, break out the party hats. http://www.muserecords.com

© 2003 Muse Entertainment Ltd.

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