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"My Three Suns" is episode seven in season one of Futurama. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 4, 1999. This episode was written by J. Stewart Burns and directed by Jeffrey Lynch and Kevin O'Brien. The plot focuses on Fry as he becomes emperor of an alien world, only to find himself in need of rescue when the previous emperor is discovered to be not really dead.

Trisol Music Group record label

The Trisol Music Group, GmbH, is a German business group and record label headquartered in Dieburg. Owning multiple sublabels, they specialize in producing musical works pertaining to darkwave, dark folk, gothic rock, deathrock, ethereal wave and other "gothic" genres of music. In general they are considered a major European label for works within the realm of Dark Alternative music.

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