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  • Andi Sex Gang Bram Stoker's Dracula

    European retailers on-saled Andi Sex Gang's new vampire spoken word double CD May 17. The label is called Pink Noise. Pink noise is what sound engineers use to equalize studio recording equipment, as it theoretically should have the same volume in every octave, although human hearing kind of skews how different octaves actually sound to us.

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    Bram Stoker's Dracula has become one of the best known works of horror fiction to ever have been published. In 1897 when the novel was first released to the public, no one at the time could have known the impact that the story of this vampire would make and that the after effects would continue for over 100 years. Inspired in part by the true life Vlad Tepes (aka Vlad the Impaler, Vlad Dracula), the character of Dracula would make make his way into films beginning with the unofficial adaptation "Nosferatu" in 1922 and the first official take "Dracula" in 1931.

    Now in 2010, musician/spoken word performance artist Andi Sex Gang brings Bram Stoker's undead creation to a new medium. Following Stoker's original texts, Sex Gang narrates the story of Dracula along with incidental music created especially for this project. Sex Gang has hit the UK indie music charts top 30 with 8 singles and 5 albums since debuting in 1982.