I have a special affection for headlines that try to cram way too much information into a single sentence and burble up all over themselves like overflowing septic tanks. Here's a great one:

Christa Borden: Confessional Singer/Songwriter Fills Hearts, Minds and Her Hot AC and AC Single 'Empty Bottles' with an Infectious Pop/Rock Catharsis on Her Indie Debut 'I Rhyme With Orange'

Better still, it opens up with another hallmark of the PR genre: the tortured song-title pun. "From the heady superstar company that Christa Borden has been keeping, it looks like those 'Empty Bottles' she sings about on her HOT AC AND FMQB AC single are quickly being filled with mainstream success." Ow!

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