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CreditCards.com: The EP

Tyler Metzger

We keep it real at CreditCards.com, and that’s something I like to flaunt. We got tricked-out cubicles, doubled-stacked Google listings and a kitchen full of mad-legit noms. So mad-legit, in fact, that my co-worker and I decided to write a song or two about our employment.

CreditCards.com: The EP

To your right, you’ll see the very first CreditCards.com EP. For those who don’t know, EP stands for extended play, and contains more songs than a single, but not as much as a full-length album. Generally an EP as one really good song and one really bad song; this is not the case for our EP.

We made two songs: “CreditCards.com,” which discusses credit card swag, SEO, iStock and everything else that makes our work so awesome, and “Pancakes and Sausage on a Stick,” a sobering love ballad about a very important member of our team that sometimes goes missing.

We also took the time to craft a video for “CreditCards.com” so you could get a glimpse of what really goes on in our offices. It’s full glistenin’ rims, life sized credit card clothing, boardroom arguments, and lots of cameos of the editorial and marketing team.  Check it out!

And here’s a short-term video for “Pancakes and Sausage on a Stick.” We’ll be making the real video for it soon.

If you like the tracks, download them! You can get “CreditCards.com” here, and for you rappers, DJs and remixers out there, here’s the instrumental and a cappella. Or download all three of them in this zip file. We’d love to hear a remix. I’m looking at you Soulwax! Download “Pancakes and Sausage on a Stick” here.

Pump them in your ride, jog to them, eat sausage to them, apply for a credit card while listening to them, but most importantly, enjoy them!

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