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Function Creep

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Function Creep is a Canadian electro-rock band started in September of 2007 out of Montreal, Quebec.

After disbanding his previous project, The Grape Kool-Aid Experience, as well as canceling his radio show, The Rainbow Family Podcast, lead singer Mr. Grape got to work on releasing the bands “Minus One” single, which came out on October 31st, otherwise known as Halloween.

In keeping with holiday release dates, the “Digital Depression” E.P. was then scheduled for December 25th, and was made available for fans to stream or download on Christmas morning, including a package that contained both albums together.
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Shahi (level 22) wrote:
It would be great if you upload here A Tale Of Two Lovers. It's one of my favourites.
7 years ago
hologramdog (level 27) wrote:
the death card may never make it to the homepage. so what. it is totally fucking brilliant. a very special secret item, beautifully packaged in mirth and tucked away in a special secret place. and fuck the masses....
cheers.
7 years ago
Lawrence Calf wrote:
come see qualified employees (creep cover)
7 years ago
8 ears wrote:
hi,

we are from kuala lumpur, malaysia. please sample our songs. if you like what you hear, you can download them from iTunes or AmazonMP3.

thanks for listening.

8 ears.

P.S. sorry for the SPAM.
8 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
Well... Since I made the request on Mar 4th I guess that means someone else gets bumped up in the rotation on my showgram. Sorry to hear that your covers were being taken without permission and replicated by an impersonator.
8 years ago
puntspeedchunk (level 32) wrote:
Hi,

I run thesixtyone.com fan podcast and was wondering if I could get your permission to play "Down in the Park" on an upcoming show?


Thanks for your consideration and for the great music!

THESIXTYONE.COM Fan Podcast
MySpace/puntspeedchunk
For every vote my podcast gets on podcastalley baby Jesus saves another Easter bunny rabbit.


Also, check out Max bumps. It's the new T61 Fan Blog that batface89 has put together and it's awesome!
8 years ago
HiddenSanctuary (level 25) wrote:
"Down In The Park" has been chosen as a feature track on Hidden Sanctuary Radio located at www.live365.com/stations/mavjb
8 years ago
Function Creep wrote:
First of all thank you for the bumps comrade and I am glad you enjoy my music. Now really the main reason has to be the fact that The Cure has to be up there as one of my single favourite bands of all time and I don't consider my cover to even come close to their version and I just kinda recorded it as an off-song one night and never really expected it to gain any popularity. With that said and seeing how people are enjoying it I think that you are right that it should have a more recognizable title so that more people can enjoy it.
8 years ago
comrade (level 18) wrote:
Why is your Boys Don't Cry cover titled Crappy Late Night Karaoke. I love the cover and I wonder if it would get more attention with a recognizable title.
8 years ago
golux13 (level 25) wrote:
I really liked the Gary Numan cover. Great song, nicely done.
8 years ago
illness (level 13) wrote:
love the songs- you guys remind me of a combination of tool, the postal service, blue october, and certainly, sir. wonderful stuff, you should play a show in austin sometime!
8 years ago
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