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Can You Believe This!?!? Tim Mcveigh

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This is a press release about a controversial CD single and it�s �all too eerie" coincidence with the Tim McVeigh execution and the Oklahoma City bombing.
Shades of Grey are releasing a new (collectors edition) CD as a tribute to the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. It contains two new songs composed by the members of Shades of Grey for your listening enjoyment.
The first song on this CD is entitled �Soul Captain.� This expressive piece of fury was written by Shades of Grey's bass player (Brian Konicki) two years prior to Timothy McVeigh�s execution. It was inspired by the emotionally rigid poem "Invictus,� written in the mid 1800's by William Ernest Henley. It was an unusual coincidence that on the day the band finished recording it, Timothy McVeigh was put to death by lethal injection at a prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. His last issued statement was the first four paragraphs of the poem �Invictus.�
The second song on the CD is entitled �Don�t Give Up the Fight.� This passionate rock ballad is a tribute to all the victims and their families of the Oklahoma City bombing. Written by Shades of Grey's front man, (Steve Willey) it is a reminder to Oklahoma City and the rest of the world not to give up the fight.
The band wanted to add that:
�In no way, shape, or form does any member of Shades of Grey condone the actions or beliefs of Timothy McVeigh.�
This CD is the bands way of expressing their feelings about this world known disaster.
The promotional copies are to be sent out this week to select press and media organizations around the globe. If your organization did not receive a copy by August 30th, 2001 and feel that we may have overlooked you, please contact the American Selective Press Group for a copy.
Direct any comments, questions or points of interest to:
American Selective Press Group
2 Indian Rd.
Dudley, MA.01571
508-943-8679 � Darryl Peck
413-245-3558 � Dave Bell
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