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Hold Music Archive: Tape 001 (Corporate Themed Non-Sample Based Music Comp)

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Around The Water Cooler brings to you the highest quality hold music the corporate industry has to offer! Hidden deep beneath the head quarters of Generic High-rise Incorporated lies an archive of the finest hold music known to man, guaranteed to sooth the qualms of even the most unreasonable customers on hold! Around The Water Cooler's Hold Music Archive series seeks to unearth this archive in gradual instalments.

In Tape 001 you can bathe in the white sands of Office Pro '99, take some essential company training from Wattlebury, work straight through lunch with Japan Novelty and top it all off with a molten cheese laden Friday night out on the town with Pizza Hotline.


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