Monday, March 10, 2014


Third album in a new triptych of recordings created to accompany the release of the "Paris, Do You Speak French?" deluxe edition.  It's more Paris Hilton than you'll ever need (or if you're like me, then maybe it isn't!)  These three albums ("Don't You Wanna Be Totally Hot Like Me?", "Nothing In This World Can Stop Us Tonight", and "Flatlining the Surreal") do go together as a thematic whole, but they can be enjoyed individually as well for those experiencing trepidation.  If you do purchase all three, I will do my best to match the hand-numbering so you'll have a matched set.
"Flatlining The Surreal" is the hazy hallucinatory walk down the neon-lit streets at the end of the night, drunken and vaguely invincible.  Utilizing a bootleg recording of Ms. Hilton laying waste to Kim Carnes' classic "Bette Davis Eyes" at an LA karaoke bar, "Flatlining The Surreal" is a blank stare of a track that suggests beauty but ultimately becomes nothing other than a black hole of sex tape scandal, reality TV filth, and inflated ideas of self.  36 minutes of putrid nothingness to drift away on.
Packaged in a DVD case in a limited edition of 5 hand-numbered copies. $10 ppd. in the United States, $23 rest of world.


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