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The Real Ghostbusters News Alert - Shanna's Siren Song Stolen From She-Ra!

 By Paul Rudoff on Dec. 13, 2011 at 2:36 AM , Categories: Real Ghostbusters
Back in 1987, pop songstress Shanna O'Callahan captivated audiences worldwide with her hit song "Love Makes Me Live". The song was heard on the radio several times a day, the music video played in constant rotation on MTV (back when the channel lived up to its "Music Television" moniker), and it was even used in a very successful campaign for New Coke. One little known place where the song was heard was in the children's cartoon series, The Real Ghostbusters. Here's a clip from the episode "Banshee Bake A Cherry Pie?" featuring an animated Shanna performing the song alongside the Ghostbusters characters Peter Venkman and Slimer.

Out all day trying to make my way
Just trying to make ends meet
Working away to reach the day
When I can walk to my own beat

Cause there's love on the streets tonight
I won't sleep 'til I get it right
But I know that lightning will strike
Cause there's love... there's love... there's love...
On the streets tonight

Many people have always wondered why there was never any songwriter's credit on any of the "Love Makes Me Live" record, cassette, and CD singles released around the world. What the world did not know, until now, is that the song was not a Shanna original, as Ms. O'Callahan claimed when Barbara Walters asked her about the matter in her now infamous October 1987 interview. There have always been rumors that Shanna stole the song, but they have always been just that: rumors. That is, until now.

In 2006, BCI/Eclipse released The Best of She-Ra Princess of Power, a 2-DVD set featuring five episodes of the She-Ra: Princess of Power animated series and the preceding 1985 theatrical film The Secret of the Sword, along with a whole bunch of bonus features. Amongst the bonus features on Disc 1 are several versions of the "I Have The Power" music video from The Secret of the Sword film. One alternate version of the music video is included as an Easter egg, and THAT is where the truth about Shanna O'Callahan is revealed. To access the egg, go to the Special Features menu, highlight "Alternate Recording" and press Left. At first, there doesn't appear to be anything special about this version of the music video, but when the song is over and the end credits start, that's when everyone's eyes and ears will opened...

Cause there is love on the streets tonight
Just waiting for lightning to strike
We've gotta fight it, gotta hold on tight
Cause there's love on the streets tonight

Yeah, there's love
On the streets
Yeah, there's love
For you and me
Yeah, there's love
So hold on tight
Love on the streets
Love on the streets tonight
For you and me

Oh, 'cause there's love on the streets tonight
Just waiting for lightning to strike
We've gotta fight it, gotta hold on tight
Cause there's love on the streets tonight

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Shanna O'Callahan STOLE "Love Makes Me Live" from She-Ra!!!!! We now have irrefutable proof of the theft. Shanna released her song in 1987, while the song was used in the She-Ra music video in 1985 - a full two years earlier! To hide her thievery, Shanna renamed the song. The phrase "love makes me live" does not appear anywhere in the lyrics I transcribed above. In fact, I would bet that the original song's title is "Love On The Streets", judging by how many times that phrase is used.

What's interesting about the song's use in the She-Ra music video is that it doesn't even fit in the music video that it's in, both thematically and length-wise. There's 35 seconds of blackness after the video ends so that the song can play out a little bit. It seems like an afterthought; like something added in so there would be some kind of music to play under the music video's end credits. Heck, the song doesn't even appear in any other version of the music video on the DVD.

The Real Ghostbusters was produced by DiC, while She-Ra was produced by Filmation. The only thing the two shows have in common is that the music for both was done by Shuki Levy and Haim Saban. So I would bet that this song is part of their stock library. I did a search for some pieces of the lyrics online, but I couldn't find anything. I thought maybe some obscure band that Levy was a part of might have recorded the song before its cartoon uses, and the lyrics and information would be online - but not a sausage. The She-Ra movie came out in 1985, but the song could be older than that. I sent e-mails earlier this year to the webmaster of Shuki Levy's website, in the hopes that he/she could ask Shuki about the song, but I never heard back.

So I contacted my resident He-Man/She-Ra expert (he literally wrote the book), James Eatock. James has also worked on numerous animated series DVD sets, such as The Real Ghostbusters: Complete Collection (he also appeared on screen in the bonus features), and many sets for BCI/Eclipse, including The Best of She-Ra Princess of Power. Yes, he actually worked on the set on which the song appears, and didn't even realize its significance. Hey, I guess even the good ones slip up now and there.

The first thing I noticed about both versions of the song is that each one is sung by a different person, and each person sings slightly different lyrics. My first step was to identify the singer of The Real Ghostbusters version, as that is the one that everyone is most familiar with. During his time working on The Real Ghostbusters DVD box set, James managed to get a hold of the cast call sheets from voice director Marsha Goodman. These sheets lists the names of all voice actors for each episode and the characters they voiced - both the guest stars and the regulars, who would often do extra bit parts here and there. These sheets are quite valuable since the series either never named the guest cast per episode or just grouped all voice actors together in the end credits for an entire season. Naturally, I asked him to check the sheet for "Banshee Bake A Cherry Pie?" to see if it mentions who did Shanna's speaking and singing voices. He told me that "Jodi Carlisle was the voice of Shanna according to the recording sessions", but that he couldn't find any note about the use of the song. As great as that information is about the episode, that's pretty much a dead end about that particular version of the song.

James was able to provide a little bit of information on the She-Ra version of the song, but not as much as I would have liked. He told me that the song is performed by Noam Kaniel, who "was Shuki Levy's main vocal performer. Many of those Levy composed eighties cartoon theme songs have his vocal tones blessing them to some degree." I did a little searching online for Noam's past work, to see if the song appeared anywhere in it, but couldn't find anything.

So we're pretty much at a dead end with the She-Ra song, too. We know the singer, but nothing else. Being that it does not appear to have been written specifically for She-Ra - as evident by how it doesn't fit at all in the music video - I think we can safely say that Shuki Levy wrote the song prior to She-Ra, or for a different project at the time, and just reused the song for both She-Ra and The Real Ghostbusters. We know that The Real Ghostbusters version is not the original recording, though I can only assume that the She-Ra version is. I would think that if Shuki had Noam quickly record a piece of the song to play under the music video credits, he wouldn't have recorded so much of it that it actually plays longer than those credits.

I'm going to try e-mailing Shuki's webmaster again, this time pointing him to this page, and hope that I get a reply this time. No guarantees, of course. If anyone has any information they care to share on the matter, feel free to chime in with a comment below.

By the way, while we're on the subject of The Real Ghostbusters music... I know a lot of people would love to have the Shuki Levy-composed score music released on some sort of "score album". If the music is a part of the Saban Music Group catalog, and not owned outright by Sony, and assuming all of the original recordings still exists, Bug Music would be the people you should bug (no pun intended) in any efforts to get a Real Ghostbusters score album released. In October 2010, Bug Music acquired the worldwide rights to Saban Music Group's publishing catalog. According to the press release, the extensive purchased catalog includes material from leading children's franchises such as the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Digimon, The Addams Family Reunion, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Generation, Princess Sissi and Walter Melon properties, and encompasses a slate of theme songs, cues and scores from more than 90 television series, 3,700 television episodes and 100 made-for-television films and specials. If the recorded music doesn't exist anymore, maybe the sheet music still exists, and it could all be re-recorded for the score album. That would be the best worse-case scenario.

BMG Rights Management purchased Bug Music in September/October 2011. Going to BugMusic.com now takes you to BMGChrysalis.com, with a message overlay that reads, "Dear Friends of bug music, We have moved to our new home under BMG Chrysalis." That means that BMG Chrysalis is now the company you should pester for a Real Ghostbusters score album release, assuming the music is still in the Saban music library they now own due to the Bug Music acquisition.

[UPDATE - 7/10/2012]
I posted a message (link req. login) on singer Noam Kaniel's Facebook wall (only visible if you friend him), and received the following replies from him which gives us some more information on the song.
[July 8, 2012] Yeah I wrote this song with Michael Piccirillo and Lisa Popeil. It was originally recorded as a demo for me as a singing artist, but since my obligations with Saban were so important I had no time to pursue a singing career again, so we placed it in this She-Ra music video. I'm singing on it with Erika Scheimer. Boy that's a long time ago!!!
[UPDATE - 9/30/2014]
Episode co-writer, Dennys McCoy posted several messages to the Ghostbusters Wiki Facebook page, which gives us a little more insight on the song, and his career - and how shrewd of a businessman Haim Saban is.
[September 25, 2014] Back in the time of GHOSTBUSTERS and DENNIS THE MENACE, Saban studios produced music for animated series. They were the exclusive suppliers for DIC, which produced both shows. I was Haim Saban's Creative Director at the time and they would happily mix-and-match music cues from different series. This is how Saban initially made his money in the U.S. -- by literally giving away the music to the studios, but retaining all the rights to the music. It wasn't unusual for Haim to make more money from the music than the studios made from their productions.
[September 25, 2014] I didn't get a credit on Dennis the Menace because I was working for SABAN and not DIC. We wrote for DIC, but I was an executive at Saban. Saban turned out music cues 24-7, and I mean that literally. They had 3 8-hour shifts with 3 producers who would record music cues and VARIATIONS on music cues. So whereas a cue may sound familiar but not exact -- it's one of the variations. This way Saban could sell the same music to several productions. There's a story about when Andy Heyward, who ran DIC, let Mattel have a cue from HE-MAN and the trouble that resulted from that. Mattel didn't own the theme, DIC didn't own the theme -- SABAN owned the theme. Way too long story for here -- but it was an amazing screw-up that lead to Saban becoming one of the wealthiest guys in Hollywood.
[September 26, 2014] This is really funny. First, I and my partner/wife, Pamela Hickey, wrote BANSHEE BAKE A CHERRY PIE. Second -- WE NAMED THE SONG! We wanted a title that just plain sounded stupid, so we called it "LOVE MAKES ME LIVE." By that time I had left Saban and Pam and I were working as full-time writers in animation. But we knew that Shuki and Noam had a ton of songs they'd written. By the way, all the music is listed as composed by Haim Saban and Shuki Levy because that is how they contracted all music. Love Makes Me Live could have been composed by any number of producers/writers who worked for Saban, including brilliant people like Steve Marsden or Glen Jordan. We had come up with a GHOSTBUSTERS idea for a banshee and wanted to make her a pop diva. Shuki and Noam were HUGE fans of the Eurovision song contest (and always entered a song every year) and if you're familiar with the Eurovision song contest you already know that with one exception (ABBA) the winners of that contest invariably go on to total obscurity. The songs always suck and they always sound like a cross between a Las Vegas lounge act and a music score from a Goddard movie. So we knew if we called the song LOVE MAKES ME LIVE, that Shuki and Noam would dig out all their old Eurovision entries and find something that fit the title. However, until you posted the story above, we had no idea that it had gone on to be a hit. We can now say that we have written (the title of) a hit song.
[September 26, 2014] I was the Creative director from '84-'87. Pam was at home with our daughter, Elizabeth Hickey-McCoy (who is also a writer... look for her name or her nom de plume Andrea Case). At that time I was supervising producer on KIDD VIDEO, the first animated series from Saban. It featured an animated (and live) rock group named Kidd Video... naturally so Haim could sell more music. During this time we did Kidd Video, a Japanese mash-up show called MACRON 1, five animated developments for Mattel, and a little show called BIO-MAN. Bio-Man is the show that eventually became (wait for it) POWER RANGERS!!! I quit when our writing started making us more money than working for Saban. By the way, I really liked Haim. He is really a good human being.


Comment from: Ben King [Visitor]

Oh wow, interesting discovery. Leaves me hoping that one day we’ll have a cleaned up copy of Shanna’s song, even if achieved with segments of “Love on the streets". Good luck with the email reply.

I really wish the Shuki Levy back catalog wasn’t so hard to track down, as the stuff used in the series during it’s prime is so deserving of an official release.

Dec. 13, 2011 @ 05:20
Comment from: Ben King [Visitor]

Paul, you might get a kick out of these. First, copyright info on “Love on the Streets":


Second: More snippets of “Love on the Streets", including arrangement segments and near matching lyrics from Banshee:


I’m convinced we can make a cleaned up version of the RGB arrangement.

Dec. 16, 2011 @ 20:41
Comment from: [Member]

Awesome finds, Ben

The copyright info gives us three near-duplicate listings, which I combined into the following:

Love on the Streets
* Document numbers: V2214P375 / V2214P381 / V2214P359
* Date of Recordation: February 6, 1987
* Entire Copyright Documents: V2214P375-380 / V2214P381-385 / V2214P359-368
* Title: Love on the streets / By Lisa Popiel, Noam Kaniel & Mike Piccirillo. (Macron I)
* Variant title: Macron I
* Title appears in Documents: Dennis the menace & 56 other titles; musical compositions. / Get along gang & 67 other titles; musical compositions.

There’s some interesting things to be noted here.

* She-Ra came out in 1985, so the 1987 date is probably when the song’s owner finally decided to copyright it - or it’s the copyright for a specific recording done in 1987.

* Noam Kaniel is listed as one of the songwriters, so that gels with what James Eatock said about the singer of the She-Ra version.

* The variant title “Macron I” matches something I found on Youtube (see below).

* I wonder if the song was also used in an episode of “Dennis the Menace” (the 1980s DiC version) and “The Get Along Gang". Both series are mentioned in the copyright info, but the “and other titles” could mean that all music cues and songs were copyrighted en masse.

More interesting stuff is found in that Youtube link. Specifically some of the suggested videos on the right side of the page. There’s one from Isinia1979 that plays both the Real Ghostbusters and She-Ra clips. I guess I wasn’t the only one to find that little gem on the She-Ra DVD and realize its other use :-) The description for the video says that Linda Gary was the singer in The Real Ghostbusters episode. I don’t know where Isinia1979 got this information, so I don’t know if its true or not. It certainly could be, but I’d need a solid source before I believe it to be fact. James Eatock is a reliable source for The Real Ghostbusters voice info (he has the cast call sheets, after all), and all he could tell me was who the speaking voice of Shanna was.

There’s another video that has clips from a foreign dub of a show apparently called “GoShogun (Macron 1)”. Recognize that title? It was listed in the copyright data as a variant title for the song. The video is asking for help in identifying songs used in that show, and sure enough, skip ahead to 4:50 and you’ll hear “Love on the Streets". I don’t know when that clip in the video was made, so I don’t know if the song’s use in this series is before or after She-Ra and The Real Ghostbusters.

Dec. 17, 2011 @ 00:23
Comment from: Ben King [Visitor]

Wikipedia says the series only ran for one series, from the summer of 1981 to December of the same year. A poster on this video:


-Says that the song appears within the first three episodes of the European Dub.

I wonder if it’d be worth trying to get in contact with Noam Kaniel directly, after Haim and Shuki, he’s the next likely person to still have a copy if one still exists… could even put us on the track of the “Shana” rendition.

Dec. 18, 2011 @ 11:40
Comment from: [Member]

What we don’t know is if the European dub came out the same time as the series originally did in 1981. It could have been years later when the European dub was done and it was shown as a “new” series in Europe.

I wonder if the music is the same in all dubs or if new music was created. Usually all dubs of a show would use the same music & effects audio track (see RGB as an example), but there’s always the possibility of that not being the case here.

I agree that we should contact Noam, but I haven’t a clue where to get a hold of him. He doesn’t have an official website, as far as I can tell.

Dec. 18, 2011 @ 13:20
Comment from: devilmanozzy [Visitor]

Well that blows my Linda Gary theory out of the water.

Cool finds Paul and Ben. I have been down this path once when the question was raised on Ghostbusters Wiki. Anyways, Mine was a guess based on what all I read from youtube and known history of RGB actors.


Dec. 18, 2011 @ 13:26
Comment from: Ben King [Visitor]

There’s someone who goes by his name, and appears to have his photo, on Facebook.

Dec. 18, 2011 @ 21:51
Comment from: [Member]

Ben, I found two pages for Noam Kaniel on Facebook: a profile and a page. I just sent a friend request to the profile; the page just seems to be a generic page using text from Wikipedia, so no sense paying any further attention to it. If my friend request is accepted, and that profile is for the right Noam Kaniel, I’ll message him and see if we can get further information on this.

Devilmanozzy, I doubt any of the voice actors would have had anything to do with the creation or inclusion of music in *any* animated series - aside from those who may be singing in character or singing the series theme (such as Cree Summer on Rugrats’ “All Grown Up!"). Usually the music is done long after they’ve done their jobs. I think the *original* production of an animation show/movie is generally created in this order: script, voices, animation, music and effects. The last two are probably done in tandem by two different sets of people, who each record their work to a rough copy of the film that is just animation and voices. I could be wrong about this, but I think that’s generally correct for *new* productions (as opposed to doing new language tracks for a pre-existing work).

Just out of curiosity, where did you get the info that Linda Gary sung the song for RGB? Is it from the description on Isinia1979’s youtube video? I’d like to get a solid source for that info as I have no way of otherwise knowing if it’s accurate or not.

I noticed on the Wiki’s “Banshee Bake…” page, it says that the ep title is derived from a 1983 film titled “Can She Bake a Cherry Pie?". Actually, it’s from a much older source. There’s an old folk song called “Billy Boy” which contains the lyrics

Can she bake a cherry pie,
Billy Boy, Billy Boy?
Can she bake a cherry pie,
Charming Billy?
She can bake a cherry pie,
Quick as a cat can wink an eye,
She’s a young thing
And cannot leave her mother.

Some sources say “bake a cherry pie” and some say “make a cherry pie”.

I don’t know how old the folk song is, but I heard Jed Clampett sing it in an episode of The Beverly Hillbillies, and that was in the 1960s! The 1983 film definitely took its title from that song, as did RGB. And, yes, I agree with the writers that their punny “Banshee Bake A Cherry Pie?” is a horrible title.

I also noticed on the Wiki’s “Shanna” page, it says, “Her singles Love on the Streets Tonight and Love Makes me Live, from her debut album…” It’s been a while since I’ve seen the episode, but I’m pretty sure that she only had one song in the episode. In the RGB universe the song is called “Love Makes Me Live", but in our real-world it’s known as “Love on the Streets". A correction on the page might be in order, maybe with a note to clear up any possible confusion stemming from two different song titles being for the same song :-)

Dec. 19, 2011 @ 15:01
Comment from: devilmanozzy [Visitor]

Well “Love on the Streets” is what they call the song in the Venkman Dream Sequence, while the song that blows up the stereo at the start of the episode is called “Love Makes me Live". It may be the same song, but the show character Peter didn’t treat it that way. Also, look at the script for “Banshee Bake A Cherry Pie?” and look at page 21 of the script were point blank says the song “Love on the Streets” by “Saban Productions” is included on cassette for the use for the show. I’m not sure if you saw that/noted that earlier.

Thanks for noted inconstancy on the wiki, I’ll look into them tonight.

Dec. 19, 2011 @ 17:37
Comment from: Ben King [Visitor]

The song isn’t actually credited as “Love on the Streets", the video jockey doesn’t name it at all, and despite the lyrics being “Love on the Streets", Peter remarks “and that chartbuster was “Love Makes me Live” after his stereo blew up.

Although the script notes the song’s real-world title, the broadcasted episode gives it the alternate “Love Makes me Live” title.

Dec. 19, 2011 @ 19:44
Comment from: devilmanozzy [Visitor]

Nevermind, they didn’t name the song in the episode when Venkman was in dream. Sigh. Think I need to take a break from this. Anyways.

Dec. 19, 2011 @ 19:46
Comment from: [Member]

Great catch in the episode script. I haven’t read any of the scripts from the DVD box set yet, so I didn’t even know it was mentioned there.

The mention in the script that you provided is a note for production use, not for what the song would be called in the episode itself. But it does bring up some interesting questions. At what point in writing the script did Hickey & McCoy know that “Love on the Streets” from Saban’s music library was going to be used? I just checked the script from the DVD, and it’s at least the second draft. The cover page lists the first draft as 5/14/86, with this draft being a revision from 5/27/86. Maybe there was no mention of the song in the first draft, then after it was submitted, Hickey & McCoy were told what song would be used, so they made a note about it in future drafts.

The other line of thinking is that Hickey & McCoy, knowing that they needed a song to use there, and knowing that Saban was doing the music for the series, went to Saban while they were writing the script and asked him for a song to use, and then noted it in the script. The script note mentions that a cassette with the song on it is being included with that hard copy of the script, so that would mean that they had gotten a copy from Saban before they finished and submitted that draft.

Anyone know how to get a hold of Hickey & McCoy? I’d love to ask them about it… and maybe see if they still have a copy of that cassette!

I’m actually rather surprised that it was mentioned in the script since I thought the music would have been chosen much later in the production of the episode… and certainly not while the script was being written.

Dec. 19, 2011 @ 20:46
Comment from: Mrmichaelt [Visitor]

Jodi Carlisle makes sense in that she voiced Candy and Alice Derleth in “The Collect Call of Cathulhu.” That and this Banshee episode were both in the syndicated run and not too far apart in production order. I’m not very good at identifying most VAs but it sorta sounds like not-Jodi during the music video.

That was my mistake with the article on the GB wikia, I concluded there were two singles in the episode. Upon listening to them back to back, it’s the same song. Paul is 100% correct that in-universe, the single is called “Love Makes Me Live” (DVD timestamp 03:16-03:18) but in reality, it is the “Love on the Streets” (even though they didn’t bother covering it up too much in the lyrics sung during Peter’s music video dream). I must have heard the “Love on the Streets” during the music video and just concluded it was a second single, being ignorant of this stuff until later on.

Dec. 19, 2011 @ 22:54
Comment from: Isinia [Visitor]

Wow.. apparently so much has happened since I made that ditty video over a year ago. I’ll definitely make the changes to the video and description and point links to here. As to the Linda Gary being the singer, I had found an old webpage that had small details of her career but I never was able to find it again. After seeing this page it is very clear it wasn’t her but after all that, it was just an honest guess on my part. For some reason my brain didn’t tick to check the scripts on the DVD either so thats what happens when one goes bonkers. Anyways, I really hope to see this song being found in complete for sometime. :)

Jul. 6, 2012 @ 08:34
Comment from: [Member]

Isinia, thanks for adding a link to my page in the description of your video. I bet we’re probably the only ones on the entire internet with pages discussing this obscure song :-)

Noam Kaniel, after a few months, approved by friend request on Facebook, so I’m gonna post a request and link on his page to see if he can provide any more info on the song.


Jul. 6, 2012 @ 21:52
Comment from: [Member]

I received a reply from Noam. I added it to the bottom of the article above. If I hear more from him, that’s where I’ll put the additional info.

Jul. 10, 2012 @ 18:00
Comment from: Mrmichaelt [Visitor]

Nice! Real awesome to see that some progress made.

Jul. 10, 2012 @ 21:14
Comment from: Isinia [Visitor]

Awesome to hear this great news! I really hope to hear more news on this! Finally I won’t need that cheap recorded tape I have here. The fans are counting on ya! :D

Jul. 24, 2012 @ 03:07
Comment from: Sergey [Visitor]

Hi all guys)))
Big Hi from Russia, Moscow)

No you are not the only ones who is in search of this song on entire internet)))

I was also done some long research about this) but unfortunately im dig far than you guys(((

But hope the situation will change, and we will find the clear version of this great song)))

As soon as I will discover something new about this song i will post here))) Best luck all))))))

P.S. and great that you got reply from Noam, spookcentral)))

Sep. 23, 2012 @ 13:12
Comment from: olly_bfox [Visitor]

Hi guys. So, as I understood the original version of this soundtrack wasn’t found yet:( That’s very pity… I wasted some hours by finding this tune everywhere I can imagine - different music resources, social networks, movie databases, forums, etc… but this page still consists the mostly full information about it. Now there are five or six mp3-files of this song on my HDD with different size, lenght and quality - but all of them contains the same audio-stream grabbed from a cartoons. So I’m surrending now:) Thank you, spookcentral - you’ve made a really good job trying to find the original version of “Love On The Streets", hope you’ll do it sooner or later.
Lovebeams from Saint-Petersburg, Russia:)

Feb. 25, 2013 @ 00:20
Comment from: Sergey [Visitor]

Yeah, unfortunately the full version is not found yet(((
I just hope that someday, here will be some news about it)))

From Russia(Moscow) with Love)))

P.S. yeah, the same here - a lot of different versions in my hdd too but yep, all the same - unfull rips from cartoons…)

Mar. 26, 2013 @ 10:31
Comment from: David [Visitor]  

This song has haunted me since I was 5 years old and I have checked this page from time to time over the years and I would just like to thank everybody that has worked so hard on this, it is greatly appreciated. I think Shanna may have actually been my first crush LOL. I think the time has come now to make this song again keeping what is available in tact and just filling in the gaps so it can at least be a 3 to 4 minute song. It would be great to make this some kind of internet community project. I think as fans of the RGB we can put this together in a way that would do it justice, pay homage, and in a way get some kind of closure to this mystery by giving it a life of its own.

Jul. 4, 2013 @ 13:13

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