Former SAIGON KICK Singer Offers Free Download

Former SAIGON KICK frontman Matt Kramer is making available for download the solo track "Spinning Round" "on account of the war in Iraq," the singer wrote on his official web site. "The overwhelming feedback that I've received tying together the lyric in this song seems appropriate for the times, so to all that wanted this out for the public here it is for free read the lyric and listen. The crazy thing is, I wrote the words to this song over 3 years ago and people were asking me what I was going to do when the world changes and the lyric is not current. Well maybe it will just mark the time, and be a reflection of our world at this moment, but this song at age three seems that it's more relevant now than it was when I penned it. So let's pray for Peas [sic] and hope that the consequences and repercussions don't come back and slap us down. Good luck to the troops and their families." Download "Spinning Round" at this location.

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