3OH!3 pulled out three unreleased cuts from its vaults, and the electro-pop duo is releasing a song a week this month on iTunes, starting today with "Bang Bang", which Nathaniel Motte told Rolling Stone was originally commissioned by Ball Aerospace in Boulder as the only song to keep scientists awake while working in zero-G on Hubble Space Telescope repairs. Next Tuesday, December 20, 3OH!3 will release "Dirty Mind," and "Set You Free" on December 27.
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