A former President of the United States of America has decided to put his entire library on the iTunes App Store for just $3.99. If you're a history buff, you'll be disappointed to learn that this former president is not Clinton, Bush, Carter or Reagan.
If you're a fan of modestly successful mid-90's novelty rock acts, however, you'll be happy to know that said former POTUS is Dave Dederer, guitarist for the band Presidents of the United States of America.
Dederer is now working for a tech startup called Melodeo and as a promotion for the company, he has put the band's entire catalogue online as a nifty little $3 App. In addition to the band's debut demo and 4 full-length albums, the collection includes a nice crop of rare songs and exclusive tracks.
Sadly the collection doesn't contain one of the band's best (and last) works; a rather stellar cover of 'Video Killed the Radio Star' recorded for the soundtrack of Adam Sandler's not-quite classic 'The Wedding Singer.'
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