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Entire album plus singles in Mandarin, Espanol, Francais and exclusive music video will be available in the Apple App store on iTunes.

September 28, 2009 — Brooklyn, NY — CANOROUS, a Electro/Folk/Pop Protest band and a leading human rights awareness advocate, announced today that Face the Music – Volume I, the band’s first studio album, will be available in its entirety exclusively in their iPhone/iPod album application on October 2009 in the Apple App Store. A first for any band anywhere, their iPhone/iPod album application will also include an astounding five singles available in four different languages: English, Mandarin, Spanish and French and an interactive Fan Wall and exclusive Music Video. The Canorous iPhone/iPod application will be available 14 days before the album’s North American release on October 31, 2009 in iTunes and Amazon mp3 as well as other digital and mobile storefronts wordwide. An exclusive music video for their first single, “Heart Burned Away“will be only available in their iPhone/iPod application. Additionally, Canorous will make available their entire album exclusively available to the press in streaming full song clips on their band’s EPK at between September 29 and October 14th 2009.

“Our iPhone/iPod application allows us to communicate our humanitarian message in as many markets as possible while still controlling our content.” says the band’s lead singer, writer and keyboardist, Yurovski. Yurovski also claims that there are other magnanimous elements at work in taking a global approach to their recording and distribution, “we are targeting all fans with a moral conscience who, until now, have been silent and need only a little musical inspiration to provoke them to take action.”

In addition to “Face the Music – Volume I,” Canorous will debut their second album, called, “Face the Music – The Singles”-- a 15 track collection of all Canorous’ singles sung in Mandarin, Espanol and Francais--on iTunes, Amazon mp3, and many other digital and mobile music storefronts worldwide on October 31st 2009. A RIM Blackberry album application is also planned for release in November 2009.

In many ways, “Face the Music – Volume I” is an album that is a throwback to more than one era—the 60’s, with it’s protest and social justice core—and the 80’s, with the band’s extensive use of analog synthesizers, it’s Electro, Folk, Pop indeed. “The influences of the protest movement in the 1960’s and the sounds of analog synthesizers are a response to my upbringing, where it was encouraged to question authority and where I was trained in classical piano, voice and listened to Jean Michel Jarre recordings on my parents turntable,” says Yurovski.

Canorous also plan an extensive tour to highlight their unique and patented live show experience this winter around their iPhone/iPod and upcoming Blackberry application that also include mobile alerts and m-ticketing. “We really can’t say too much about it, as all the big music media company attorneys would be all over us trying to figure out how we outsmarted them” Yurovski jokes.

All partial-song clips from “Face the Music – Volume I” will be available for public preview on their Canorous Facebook, iLike and Myspace page on September 29th 2009.

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“Face the Music” by the Electro/Pop band Canorous is their first album. It will be the first-ever digital-only release available in four different languages simultaneously around the world. Five of the singles from the album, “Rise Up”, “I Want My Country Back,” “Right to Care,” “Humanity” and “Heart Burned Away” are sung in Mandarin, English, French and Spanish. There is also a Canorous iPhone/iPod Touch Application featuring the bands Social Networking, Live Show M-Ticketing, exclusive Video and Audio as well as Social Justice news feeds, scheduled on the release date in September, 2009 in Apple iTunes App store and October 2009 in the BlackBerry App World store. They plan a tour and release their second album release later this winter.



We are the first band who writes music dedicated to humanitarian relief. Our five singles and music videos are sung in Mandarin, Francais, Espanol and English. There is no other band in the world as dedicated to the cause of making more people aware of the issues and asking them to take action.

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