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A product of the Manhattan Side Project U.S.A., the machine “Tik Tok” was originally designed as a corpular-repositioning device. It was leased in 2003 to an industrial magnate in Berlin, who re-programmed the device to produce sound tones drawn from the well-spring of “junk-cabaret,” “toyota-klezmer” and the city “New Orleans.” Since its' return to America it has been further retrofitted to emit noises strongly resembling a banjo, accordion, pianos (both grand and upright), bass, horn, and boom-bamtronix. Several compositions were chronicled on the latest software update, the “CD” entitled “Party on Top of the World.” The device has been demonstrated at various laboratories around the United States, to mixed response. It was last sighted near the Coney Island System Wiener stand on Smith Street in Providence, RI.