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Today I would like to bring to your attention an artist of the highest caliber. A creator not just of beauty, but of auditory magic. A musician of such talent and rhythmic audacity that I am humbled to even mention his name in print.

In fact, due to certain ancient customs and several international treaties, I am forbidden to mention his name in print and must refer to him instead by his state approved pseudonym of SPF-100.

SPF-100 trance at its finest

SPF-100, or SpiffCent as I like to call him, is a legend in the underground music scene. He not only rocks the Kasbah and surrounding areas with shimming waves of melodic grandeur, he also has been known to rouse the comatose with testosterone-laden beats and spleen-pounding rhythms of pure joy.

In laymen terms, his chops have chops of their own.

The fact that I raised SPF from a cub in no way limits my unbiased objectivity and unquestioned capacity for music appreciation. If anything, my judgment of his compositional skill is too conservative, as attested to by the following track called Believer.

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Click the triangle to release the magic.

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I know what you are thinking; all 6.2 million of you currently traveling the internet at this moment, a track of such sublime inspiration must be a fluke. No one could continue to function at this level of creative geniusity. Oh, but you’re wrong. Feast your tympani upon this number called Underwater.

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Click this second triangle to summon greatness once more.

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Of all the revelations revealed today, possibly the greatest news of all is that you can listen to SPF-100’s already respectable body of work all day long via your favorite web browser and the SpiffCent musical reservoir located at Last.fm or even the secondary reserve residing at MySpace.

It’s a lot to absorb I know, but just take it one song at a time and everything will be fine.