Orders Of Magnitude

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The American Information Society announced today it will publish its new album, ‘Orders Of Magnitude’ on March 11th. Pre-ordering is available now. Like their 2014 album ‘_hello world’, this album features the original line-up of Paul Robb, Kurt Harland Larson and James Cassidy. Unlike the 2014 effort, the new collection of songs is entirely covers.

The group has raised eyebrows with their selection of several “sacred cows” of popular music, including the Human League’s ’Don’t You Want Me Baby’ and the Sisters Of Mercy’s ‘Dominion’. “We were powerfully affected by these songs, and now we echo that effect back out”, said the group in comments at a press conference in Davos, Switzerland, timed to coincide with the World Economic Forum meeting taking place there this week.

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released March 11, 2016

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Information Society Los Angeles, California

Information Society has been recording and performing for over 25 years. After emerging from the Minneapolis underground in the mid '80s, the group stormed onto the national scene with "Running," one of the most influential electro/freestyle tracks of all time. They went on to release notable hits including "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)," "Walking Away," "Think," and "Peace and Love, Inc." ... more

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