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Web Traffic Explosion 2011 ! Clark Haggans & The Greenhouse Effect Music !!! Cyberspace's BIGGEST ROCK !

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46,823,194 Views - Youtube Video 2005 - Greenhouse Effect Music has grown explosively on the internet and steadily for nearly 13 years as Clark Haggans uses a Myriad of Google Adwords Advertising in Tight conjunction with Mega Hit Songs Like 2010's "People ( That Won't Back Down )." The cyberspace track works extremely well as it alone brings in some Monster web traffic and itunes sales along with "Ripping Reason" and "Brandy." - "Greenhouse Effect music is the reason why so many bands have signed up with Jango Radio ,..why so many bands upload their songs to various sites,..People have discovered that you simply don't need a record label anymore,..to get paid !!!" Says Clark Haggins. "People that Won't back down" is a confusing song that defies the grunge way that G.e. dresses and 'invented' long ago and way before other bands like Nirvana and Green Day. Haggins says that he was a "Loser" who shopped at second hand clothing stores like Aardvark in Hermosa Beach California and the Goodwill In Lomita to find the particular 'vintage' clothing of cheap warn out T-shirts to capture the '1985' punk rock look of SST Records classic vintage guitarist Greg Ginn; i.e. Long Sleeved black "sushi bar" shirts and torn shorts full of holes; "Some times my torn shorts revealed a little too much" Says Haggans "But I think the chicks dig it..." - Haggins says that the way he dressed from about 1979 til 1993 'perfectly' reflected his life and the distorted way that he felt inside; "People were mean and disrespectful ,..Torrance Ca people are real white trash ,..I'm talkin' stupid fucking people here,..stupid motherfuckers ,..and I'm one of em' (Laughs)" Says Haggins. Haggins would drive around in the South Bay area of Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach in a 1966 VW Fastback ,..later switching to a VW Bus in 1987/ 88' ,..before getting into this huge old buick in 89' ,..before settling on the 'classic' Izuzu pick Up Truck that he first cleaned Swimming Pools in; "Even today, over the last 10 years,..I still dress like a piece of shit,..cleaning pools is perfectly for me ,...My wife and people make fun of me and harrass me to dress better and cut my hair all the time ,..I can't change ,..I am the original Grunge God !! from 1983 !! Its just the way I feel." - Haggins says that incredible torture and physical abuse from his older brothers and family in general as a youngster literally 'built' the make up of the Mighty G.e. !! "The horrible way I feel inside and the over-all depressing nature and disrespect made me wanna rock - it made me wanna be the greatest musician ,..to prove I'm worth a damn" Says Haggins. "People That Won't Back Down" takes off in a completely different direction from other Greenhouse Effect Songs and Material as this track moves along as if The Who from 1971 and "Who's Next" or the Moody Blues or a Dire Straights Song with Mark Knopfler; "We're a vintage band with vintage clothing,..everything we do is authentic and vintage,..we emulate the Who exactly ,..we listen to old Harry Nilsson songs and albums,...We're completely into 'real' punk rock from 1977 and before ! Everything about us is 70's." Haggins says that even today, he can be seen strolling into Vons and Stater Brothers markets buying up to 10 bottles of Clorax Bleach at a time and cheap Dish Washing 'blue' liquids for swimming pool cleaning decked out in his G.e. gear of chlorine stained and holed t-shirts and shorts often with soldering burns on them and of course tons of dirt and Lint from "Hair Lint Pots" at Swimming Pools; "I am a fucking Loser - in case you haven't noticed" Says Haggins "People make fun of me and put me down ,...but now I make Good money at this ,..!!!!" Says Haggins. All kidding aside, Hagins revels in the fact that he plays all the instruments and carefully produces and overdubs all of his songs to indie rock perfection utilizing much incredible talents of great drumming, vocals, and of course his trademark guitar sounds; "We're the Greenh...