SEXTUS: Former ALICE COOPER Guitarist Releases New CD

SEXTUS, the new project of former ALICE COOPER guitarist Eric Dover, has released its new CD, "Stranger than Fiction", in Weed file format.

According to a press release, "sharing Weed is not illegal; it is the future of music file sharing. With it you can hear SEXTUS tracks free three times and then purchase them for $1.25 each. The sonic quality is superb (far better than mp3). Check out all the wonderful things you can do with Weed at www.weedshare.com."

Regarding the "Stranger than Fiction" CD, Dover said, "The album is essentially 12 tracks of reckless abandon, aimless lustful desire, and longing. It is a naked invitation for you to come over to my libido around 8."

For more information, visit www.sextus.com.

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