With Clark Hagins and Greenhouse Effect Music, Songwriting and "Atmosphere" always come first. "No Takers" is a Song from the summer of 1992 and it hits with some of the internet's biggest melody as Hagins bitterly penned this track with obvious anger at his constant rejection clearly at the forefront: "That song is one of my favorite G.e. tunes,...it's a great song with pure songwriter angst ,...and it's got way too much maturity and melody for the regular rock douchebag to comprehend or understand,..and that makes me fucking happy right there !!" barks Hagins at TheGreenhouseEffectRocks.Com. "Having great music that is totally different from what anybody else is doing online is what I'm all about ,...and it plainly sets me apart" Says Haggins. Every single instrument that you hear is played by Hagins except for the bass by long time musical partner in crime Richard Carmody. The Band was then two years removed from their days of performing with monster guitarist Phil Keegan and the days when G.e. took on a Led Zeppelin meets Deep Purple sound. Hagins had taken the project in a whole new direction with many tracks resembling David Bowie like ideas but with,...as Hagins puts it: "Way more fucking anger" - "We rock without screaming or tattoos or piercings ,..and we do it way more convincingly with a lot less" Says Haggins. G.e. climbed to monster success on the internet in the years 2006 through 2011 but things have slowed down almost to a trickle in 2013: "I thought that someone would come along and sign me,...I thought that we would be saved,...but that didn't happen,..." Says Hagins. "I guess all the hype and video views mean nothing when there's shit out there that is everywhere Like Bieber and Miley and all that other worthless crap" Says Haggins. Harry Nilsson is a major influence on Haggins: "That guy was so pissed off and weird,.. he was a taller good looking version of me ,..."

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