“THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS OF ROCK”: EARLIEST KNOWN RECORDING BY SOVIET TOOTHBRUSH UNCOVERED IN CAVE IN MUNSTER, INDIANA

Posted: 3 March 2012 by leonitbrushnev in Uncategorized

Reuters –   Leading rock archeologists are saying that the discovery of a tape reputed to be the first music ever composed, performed and recorded by Soviet Toothbrush could “change the music world as we know it” according to Leonit Brushnev, Chief of Security for the band.  The theme song for the popular late ’50s TV show adds fuel to Soviet Toothbrush’s ongoing feud with the Rolling Stones over which band is the Oldest Living Legend of Rock. Although there has been no announcement on a Rolling Stones anniversary tour in 2012, the group will mark its 50th year with a new book, “The Rolling Stones: 50,” an illustrated autobiography published by Hyperion. Soviet Toothbrush has responded with  the announcement of a new book, “Soviet Toothbrush: 53,” which claims 1959 as the year “mayhem and musick” was born.

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  1. leonitbrushnev says:

    Is great reporting!

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