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Music for Elevators Press Release

Collaborative Album Featuring Anthony Stewart Head (of Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and George Sarah (of T.H.C.) To Be Released on February 5, 2002

B.I.A.B.D. is pleased to announce the collaborative project between Anthony Stewart Head ("Giles" on Buffy The Vampire Slayer) and reputed electronic producer/composer George Sarah (formerly of the band T.H.C.).

Head has garnered international acclaim in numerous theater, film and TV productions, but is probably best known for his role as "Giles" on Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Despite his critical success with acting, Head originally intended to pursue a career in music. He attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and got his first show business break as "Jesus" in Godspell in the West End of London. He also starred in the London stage musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show as "Dr. Frank-N-Furter." Most recently, his vocal talents have been showcased on occasional episodes of Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

Composer/arranger Sarah launched his music career in 1983 and has since garnered the attention of national press (Thousand Words, XLR8R, Outburn, LA Weekly) and has collaborated with artists ranging from Swayzak, Q (of Überzone), John X, David J (Love & Rockets, Bauhaus) and Günter Schulz (KMFDM), among others. In 1999, he released his acclaimed album under the T.H.C. moniker, Adagio, on Brain Surgery Records. Sarah has also released a 12-inch single on Warner Brothers’ F-111 label. In November 1999, he performed four of his songs on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and his work has also been featured on the Buffy spin-off Angel. Sarah’s music has been featured in numerous film and television productions as well. His full-length album, Opus Eleven, was released May 8, 2001 on B.I.A.B.D.MUSIC FOR ELEVATORS can be described as down-tempo electronica with soulful backing vocals and acoustic guitar. The combination of Head’s accomplished vocals and lyrical brilliance and Sarah’s orchestral electronica create a rich and lush sound, accented by contemporary flourishes in the form of samples and organic instrumentation. MUSIC FOR ELEVATORS also features guest appearances by additional Buffy cast members.

The album will be available in stores February 5, 2002. Preorder online at: www.musicforelevators.com or through mail order at: B.I.A.B.D., P.O. Box 39439, Los Angeles, CA., 90039.

P.O. BOX 39439, Los Angeles, CA 90039 www.biabd.com Fax: 323.669.1470


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Dawn, listen to me. Listen. I love you. I will always love you. But this is the work that I have to do. Tell Giles... tell Giles I figured it out. And, and I'm okay. And give my love to my friends. You have to take care of them now. You have to take care of each other. You have to be strong. Dawn, the hardest thing in this world... is to live in it. Be brave. Live. For me.
-Buffy (The Gift)


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