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tacoMusic says

Don’t ask me why my girlfriend was watching this, but I noticed the track playing in the background:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=relmfu&v=KZBZgXhVhNc

Well done on the placement adam – here’s the track for those of you wondering what it is:

http://audiojungle.net/item/energetic-pumping-electronic-club-track/48872
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TortoiseTree says

Good ears, mate. I do find the pairing of the music and the video a bit odd but I guess it works!

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tacoMusic says

Haha, yes, that’s true TT, but I guess if we chose where our music ends up we’d probably be a lot poorer (cue porno music).

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TortoiseTree says

HAHAHAHA Yeah man, I wrote some lounge music the other day and I was telling myself “This might end up in a porno…” on that subject have you heard the story of musician Natalie Riccio and her surprise to see her music used in that industry?

I won’t post the link because it might be against rules but look up her name and it’s the second story about her.

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tacoMusic says
“have you heard the story of musician Natalie Riccio”

Whooooooaaaahhh! ‘Show You My Love’ in a very literal way! That highlights how we have NO say in where our music gets used if we upload to these types of sites. And it was Getty which is even more surprising (would have thought they’d have disclaimers in their licences for that sort of thing).

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