Timid Tiger – “Gadget Girls” PMA Premiere

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Timid Tiger   Gadget Girls PMA Premiere

Premiered this song on the Fuck My Life episode of the pmaCAST a couple of weeks ago, but I’ve decided it was time I let you guys download the song. This is the second of four original Timid Tiger songs that will appear on the EP that Pretty Much Amazing will release in collaboration with the band. So far, you’ve been able to download Timid Tiger’s cover of Britney’s “Womanizer” and their remix “Are You Gonna My Way.” “Gadget Girls” is the first original Timid Tiger track to appear on the new EP to be available for download. What’s next? I will be posting another Timid Tiger track soon, and we have a couple of exclusive remixes come up by some of our favorite DJs — oh and did I mention that March 6th is when we’ll be dropping the EP? Yeah, so mark your BlackBerry’s and sync your MobileMe’s.

Don’t forget to grab “Gadget Girls” at the end of this post!

Timid Tiger – Gadget Girls

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