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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

April 5, 2007

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Have you been following our "What if Life Had A Soundtrack" videos? Good news! We've just released two more for you (that's 6 so far, ladies and gents!).

Check them out here.

What if Life Had a Soundtrack Voices.comFab news everyone... two new videos are available on YouTube.com for you to enjoy from our "What if Life Had A Soundtrack" series.

The two newest additions are entitled "Dinner" and "Toothpaste". The image directly beside this text is of our couple eating out at a lovely restaurant. It all seems innocent enough until a fight ensues for the last dessert.

"Toothpaste" begins as a documentary voice over with comedic elements stirring the pot on-camera. A superb piece which is entertaining and intellectually stimulating.

If you like the traditional narrator voice, you'll love "Toothpaste".

Last week before we jetted off to VOICE 2007, we released "What Makes a Man a Man" and its counterpart, "What Makes A Woman A Woman". Both are quite humorous and spot on. I'm sure you can relate to one of these videos.

You can comment on the videos and share them with your friends!

So, for your viewing pleasure, I'd like to invite you on this blustery, snowy morning from London, Ontario Canada to take a few minutes out of your day for some fun at the Voices.com Video Podcast Blog.

Just click here to watch the videos and be sure to share them on YouTube.

Best,

Stephanie

P.S. Keep warm fellow Canucks and northern friends to the south of the border!

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