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If your company finds itself in need of a corporate aural brand frontage, and has not been sufficiently warned of the possible dangers posed by letting deranged musos loose in the boardroom, then hotfoot it down to eNthem - "a revolutionary new project, that hopefully, will change the business world forever!"

And how. Here's the pitch:

It's not a secret, that each and every nation, has their own anthem! A national anthem, is a special song, that is the heart and sole of each and every nation. A song, that reflects nation's identity and everything the nation believes in, it's self, unity, devotion and loyalty, as well as expresses all the great values of the nation.

Well, just like each and every nation has an official national anthem, we believe, so should each and every company have an official eNthem!

Not convinced? Well, try out this MP3 sample of exactly what you get for your $499. Apparently it's sung by "Miroslav Chernyetsky, an 18 year old musical wonder, who's voice is constantly compared to that of Josh Groban"*.

Really? Favourably or unfavourably?

And as for the lyrics, people have appeared before the War Crimes Tribunal in the Hague for less. Enough said. ®

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*Actually, we have no idea who Josh Groban is, and we don't give two hoots, either. Matter closed.

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