My song "Lazy Days" is on iTunes now.
It's not a professional recording (professionally mastered, at least), but it's cool all the same. Months ago, a small company called Quickstar Productions contacted me and offered to place this song of mine on their next Chill Out acoustic compilation album (the picture above is from a different album of the same series). I don't expect to make much money from it. The main benefit is exposure. Aside from showing up on iTunes, Quickstar will be promoting the CD to various radio stations, labels, managers, and other industry folks around the country.
I'm hoping to record one of my metal songs soon for Casualties and Warhammer Online, a song called "A Season For War". Creative versatility is my greatest gift with music. I can compose in any style. So if I get that recorded, I'll link it back here so you can hear how various my songs can be.
Anyway, I hope you like it.
edit: I just listened to the iTunes preview for the first time, and I wish they had started the clip from a different point. It's really a riff-driven song, in my view. I grew up on early 90s rock like Metallica, Alice in Chains, Skid Row, Pantera, Ozzy, Pearl Jam, etc. So most of my music is riff-driven. Anyway, you can catch a little bit of that at the end of the iTunes clip.