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Published on Aug 21, 2012
On October 5, 1888, the English composer Sir Arthur Sullivan attended a demonstration of one of Thomas Edison's early phonographs. That evening, he recorded a "phonogram" message to be sent to Edison, expressing his mixed reaction to the new technology of recorded sound. Sir Arthur might well have foreseen the advent of Suffering Fools. Get the album Sounds Important now at http://sufferingfools.com/important/i... !
Original music used in this video is by Suffering Fools. All tights reversed.