HomeFuMP ArchiveFuMP VideosThe FuMP SideshowAbout The FuMPFeatured ArtistsThe FuMP Online Store
Phil Johnson and Roadside Attraction Binary Love This song contains language that may be objectionable to some listeners and may not be suitable for radio broadcast.
Google has an AI called Magenta that they're trying to teach to write music. And when they announced the release of Magenta's first song I was intrigued. Turned out it was only music in the loosest definition of the word. This song is what I was hoping Magenta's first single would be.

This song is now available on the following CDs:
2018-06-13 number11
"Turned out it was only X in the loosest definition of the word." That's pretty much the current state of AI in a nutshell.
2018-06-13 Phil Johnson
2018-06-19 newmiddleclass
I'm embarrassed to admit that I really liked this song. Well, just one time. But never again. Pretend it never happened.
2018-06-19 Phil Johnson
Ha! Just consider it "experimenting in college".
You must be logged in to leave a comment.
Show your support for the artists of the FuMP by making a donation or signing up for a premium subscription.
Level 1 Subscription
Level 1 gives you access to all the high quality (320k) MP3s, including all the songs in our archive. Click here for more information.
Level 2 Subscription
Level 2 gives you access to all the high quality (320k) MP3s, including all the songs in our archive, plus you will receive our bi-monthly compilation CDs with some great bonus material. Click here for more information.
Donate To The FuMP
Any amount is greatly appreciated by our artists.
Host A Banner Ad
Tell all your visitors about The FuMP by placing a banner ad on your site. Click here for the available banners.
Podcast Promo
If you host a podcast please consider running our promo on your show to spread the word.
Have a funny song? Submit it for consideration. If we use it you will be paid and your song will be included on the next FuMP compilation CD.

Click on the link below to submit a song.
Get the latest songs for free, downloaded automatically, or hear Luke Ski and Devo Spice discuss the most recently posted songs.
Click here for podcast info.
C'mon... be our friend! Please?
The FuMP on MySpace
The FuMP on Facebook
The FuMP on Twitter
Radio stations can now download 320k MP3 files ready for broadcast directly from TheFuMP.com. Click on the link below for more information.