Jess James has her eye on the prize. She is finding the money to pay for law school. Period. It doesn't matter how lonely she feels 3,000 miles from home, how exhausted she is from working overtime as a cocktail waitress, or how deep the knife wound in her back cuts. She is going to be a lawyer, whatever it takes. Only she doesn't have what it takes. She can barely afford to pay her rent. Sinful Serenade bassist Pete Steele has enough to pay Jess' rent and buy her a small island in the Caribbean. The famous, talented rock star has everything - except the one thing his manager wants. Pete rose to fame as a devoted boyfriend. Doesn't matter that his ex slept with his best friend. He needs to stop screwing his way through Los Angeles to keep the record company happy. The sweet blond waitress is exactly the girl he needs on his arm if he wants to clean up his dirty reputation. Their arrangement is simple: He pays her tuition; she plays his girlfriend. They'll lie to the world but not to each other. Especially not when they're alone, in his bed, him figuring out exactly which buttons to push to get her moaning his name. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tatiana Sokolov. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/006800/bk_tant_006800_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Nach Sky Girl und Midnite Spares finden wir auf Oz Pop vergessenen Synth-Punk, DIY-Pop und Proto-Elektronik aus dem Australien der 80er.nnNach Sky Girl und Midnite Spares finden wir auf Oz Pop vergessenen Synth-Punk, DIY-Pop und Proto-Elektronik aus dem Australien der 80er. LP mit Inlay und Downloadcard. Efficient Space continues to expose Australia's esoteric musical history with Oz Waves - a collection of 80s DIY recordings, compiled by odd wave anthropologist Steele Bonus. Definitive proof that inhabitants of the Down Underground were links in a global network of creative kooks, Oz Waves connects those who utilised mobile recording rigs and small press releases to create and disseminate misfit synth-punk, tape loop experiments and inner city pop. Through overseas mail order exchanges, anonymous groups like Zerox Dreamflesh could find place on Belgian compilations, while Chris and Cosey lullabied their son to sleep with Irena Xero and her interdisciplinary art collective Zip. Bonus selects 10 survivors from the fertile period (1982-1989), most of which were only issued on cassette in tiny editions of 5 to 100 copies. M Squared affiliates Prod join the extraterrestrial Software Seduction, He Dark Age's minimal wave neglect and the irreverent cut ups of The Horse He's Sick and MK Ultra & the Assassins of Light. The remaining tracks have been sourced from musicians' private archives and are being officially released on Oz Waves for the first time - Andy Rantzen's industrial dub Itch-E & Scratch-E precursor, the buoyant vocal-drone of Ironing Music and Moral Fibro, Sydney's short lived answer to Weekend and Marine Girls. With detailed track by track notes, lines are drawn to Severed Heads, Scattered Order and other antipodean post-punk royalty. As a DJ, Steele Bonus has gained notoriety via the exquisite selections that form his ongoing mix series Odd Waves. Sydney-born, Amsterdam-based, his graphic design has not only been responsible for sleeves on Efficient Space, but also trusted Amsterdam connoisseurs Music From Memory and Young Marco's Safe Trip. TRACKS: A1. Irena Xero - Lady On The Train A2. Andy Rantzen - Will I Dream? A3. Prod - Knife On Top A4. Software Seduction - New Collision A5. Ironing Music - Don't Wish It Away B1. He Dark Age - Holding Out For Eden B2. The Horse He's Sick - Larynx B3. MK Ultra & The Assassins of Light - Jesus Krist Klap Rap (Orthodox Mix) B4. Moral Fibro - Take A Walk in the Sun B5. Zerox Dreamflesh - Squids Can Fly