Z.B.C. is an acronym for the musical conspiracy that concocted an electronic-pop-song called Trouble With Green Eyes:
The song is “pay what you want” and that includes $0. The license is CC BY-NC-ND 3.0, which means you can download and share it freely, but no remixes, no commercial use, and you have to attribute Z.B.C. as the original artist. We can go into the social, legal and ethical implications of offering art up for no cost in another blog post. For now, just rejoice at the simplicity and convenience of internet distribution, and the laziness of our accounting department.
So listen to the track now, before we decide to charge for it. Then brag to all your hipster friends that you heard about Z.B.C. way before they did.
Z.B.C. F.A.Q. L.O.L. W.T.F. B.B.Q.
No, there is no Z.B.C. website.
No, we won’t be playing live.
Yes, there may be more Z.B.C. songs in the future.
What Happened To Jagged Spiral?
Reply Hazy. Ask Again Later.
But Z.B.C. Doesn’t Sound Anything Like Jagged Spiral!
Please rephrase in the form of a question.
And then please answer yourself in the form of a snarky insult.
How Is Z.B.C. Connected To Naked Pictures Of Flo The Progressive Insurance Girl?
Funny you should ask. Let’s see… I recorded Bass and Vocals for the song, and B.C. did pretty much Everything Else… And while I was taking a break from mixing, I pinned a naked pic of Flo on pinterest.
Pretty straightforward really.
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