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01/19/2010

Rad Omen - Rad Anthem

Ever since first laying eyes and ears on Rad Omen, an inordinate amount of friends and fans of this here outlet contacted me to see if I would in fact be posting this up. See, "rad" in every sense of the word, is literally used in my day-to-day phrasings more than any other descriptor. I mean, it technically, kind of IS my last name too. Don't believe me? Bounce here. Legit.

Radomen

So does a befitting name and track title warrant exposure here? Well, duh, obviously, since I'm writing about it now. Let's explore!

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Rad Omen is, in fact, the side project of DJ Troublemaker...a gnarly dude who is no stranger to many a post here in my bloggy little world. Pairing harmonically synchronized and synthesized vocals over a simple, yet effective beat, the solitary release, Rad Anthem, is without a doubt, aptly titled. Here are some words direct from the source: Born out of the mouths of wolves and serpents. Raised up by degenerates and whores in the gutters of your forgotten cities. Among the spawn of your outcast, your rebuked, your lepers. Breaking bread with gangsters, hustlers, real motherfuckers. Scorned by your fearful leaders, and your simple masses. Bearing no marking, no number, no names. Only one sign, the Rad Omen. For we are many, for we are many. You can watch what happens when you let fast-food mascots into the club in the Nicholaus Goossen-directed video for Rad Anthem below.



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mp3: Rad Omen - Rad Anthem

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And did you know that the fast food and casual dining restaurants you eat in every day have secret menu items? A select few are in on the secret and now you are a part of this culinary elite. We aren't just talking about the barely secret In-N-Out Burger "hold the bread, lettuce wrapped burger,” oh no. We have items all over town, including an unhealthy smoothie at Jamba Juice and a San Francisco-only Mc10:35. The Consumerist is all over this, and now you can be too!!!

How often does the average American eat fast food per week?

Yes... it seems that the media is very biased to their own way of thinking and hasn't improved since you wrote this article.

This project borned form unique ideas.

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