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[10/24/08 - 09:17 AM]
Find You, the New Hit Song from CBS Recording Artists Karmina, Has Been Chosen as the Theme Song to "The Ex List"
"Find You" premiered as the theme song on THE EX LIST on Friday, October 10 and can be heard every week at the top of the show.

[via press release from CBS]

THIS JUST IN...

From CBS Television Network...

"FIND YOU," THE NEW HIT SONG FROM CBS RECORDING ARTISTS KARMINA, HAS BEEN CHOSEN AS THE THEME SONG TO "THE EX LIST"

NEW YORK, Oct. 24 - Los Angeles-based pop group and CBS recording artists Karmina's song "Find You" has been chosen as the theme song for the romantic comedy THE EX LIST, which airs Friday nights (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

"Find You" premiered as the theme song on THE EX LIST on Friday, Oct. 10 and can be heard every week at the top of the show. The song was chosen as the series' theme because the lyrics fit so well with the show's premise: "I'm looking for the only thing that matters now and it's just you, just you. I'm on my way, it starts today, I'm dedicated to find you, dedicated to find you." The song, a brand new single on CBS Records, can currently be heard on karmina.com and will be available on iTunes next week.

THE EX LIST stars Elizabeth Reaser as Bella Bloom - a single, 30-something, successful business owner who is surprised to learn from a psychic that she's already dated her future husband AND there's a catch: if she doesn't find him in the next year, she'll remain alone forever.

Karmina, which means "song" in Latin, is comprised of sisters Kelly (lead vocals, harmonies, keyboards) and Kamille Rudisill (lead vocals, harmonies, guitars), who write, compose, produce and perform their own music. Their music has been featured on the television series "90210," "Life is Wild," "The Hills" and "The Cleaner," as well as on "NCIS" and the holiday special "Home for the Holidays," both on the Network.

Karmina's debut album, Backwards into Beauty, was recently released on CBS Records. "The Kiss," the first single off the album, is currently in the top 25 on AC radio. Produced by Karmina and Guy Erez, the album features 11 original songs.

Official CBS Web site: http://www.cbs.com/primetime/theexlist/

Karmina Web site: http://www.karmina.com/





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