New York City electro-dance-art rock duo Dangerous Muse formed after a chance meeting between vocalist Mike Furey and programmer/keyboardist Tom Napack after being cast in the Who's Tommy. Their shared penchant for drama and dance produced a track called "Rejection" that found its way into the ears of legendary music guru Seymour Stein, who promptly signed the pair to a three-song demo deal at Sire. The newly minted Dangerous Muse went into the studio, recorded their three tunes, and promptly signed a record deal with Cordless, an electronic imprint of Warner Music Group. They released the Rejection EP and its accompanying video in 2005, followed by a collection of remixes in 2006. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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