There's enough money to be made as an Internet matchmaker that it's apparently sparking some companies to push the boundaries of what's legal.
How many jazz records do you know of that should come with a parental warning sticker?
For his debut release, 23-year-old composer Nicholas Urie has assembled a big and talented ensemble to perform his settings of texts lifted from casual online dating services.
These lyrics -- and some definitely have rhyme, rhythm, and literary invention -- range from desperate to creepy, obvious to double entendre, and cover a couple of surprising fetishes ("Does anybody want/To pretend that they're/A robot? Beyond the unusual topic and crude lyrics -- approached straightforwardly and non-judgmentally, as mere artifacts of a facet of modern society -- stands Urie's songwriting.
operates some of the leading subscription-based online dating sites in 25 countries, in 8 languages and spanning five continents, as well as oversees its ongoing investment in Meetic.
also powers online dating on MSN across Asia, Australia, the United States and Latin America.