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Daniel_Stuckey writes: Dotcom today released his debut album Good Times, which consists of 17 pretty terrible EDM tracks produced by the Mega mogul himself. According to a press release, “The music celebrates Kim’s ever-present philosophy of inspiring people to feel good, have fun and live life to the fullest. Kim was inspired by the Trance and Dance tracks he listened to during his high-speed driving times on the German Autobahn.” It's anything but subtle, as you might guess from an album advertised on the back of a 100-strong fleet of buses.

You can even hear Dotcom himself espousing this YOLO philosophy on some tracks; in “Live My Life” he brandishes his anti-establishment attitude with the mantra, “Don’t like a suit and a tie/ Don’t wanna work til I die/ Don’t wanna nine-to-five/ I just—I just—I just want to live my life.” In an interview with Wired at the end of the year Dotcom admitted he sounded “like crap, obviously,” but added, “Fortunately there's a thing called Auto-Tune so they make it sound OK.”

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Kim Dotcom Just Launched His New Music Service with His Own Album

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