A medical condition that causes tinnitres can be treated with music

An illness that causes a tinni to buzz like a buzzard, that can be easily treated with a musical instrument, has finally made its way to the movies.

A new musical, titled The Music of Tinnitus, is being produced by John Carpenter’s horror group, The Asylum.

The production company, Crave Entertainment, is bringing to the screen a series of songs by the group, including “The Music of the Tinnitre.”

The music is the result of the collaboration between John Carpenter and his band The Asylum, which also included The Cure and Black Sabbath.

Carpenter and the Asylum band toured with The Cure in the late 1970s and early ’80s and later became the first rock band to perform at Coachella in 2015.

In the song “The Dance,” Carpenter sings, “I want to dance with you / I’m a tingle tinnitis.”

The band released a video for “The Tinni,” which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.

In an interview with MTV News, the band explained the process of making the music, which takes three to four days to create.

“When we started out, it was a pretty complicated process because we had to figure out what the music was and what the tinnits were, which we weren’t very good at doing,” frontman Alex Pareene said.

“We had a couple of songs that were completely made up that were so silly, we didn’t want to mess with that.”

Pareene added that Carpenter and band members decided to try to find a new song to perform in the new music video.

“The Asylum was kind of a little bit scared of us, so they kind of pushed us to do it because it’s a bit of a departure from what we did,” Parene said.

The music video for The Tinnity Taggler is the most-watched music video of all time.

The band’s video for the song, titled “Tinnitin’ Like a Tinn”, has racked up nearly 9 million views on YouTube in the past two weeks.

The song was originally recorded by The Asylum and released in 1975, but its current version is considered the most modern of the band’s classic rock songs.

The Asylum have been performing the song at Coaches Ball concerts and festivals since 1978.

The song “Tinkling Tinnitis” was released as a single on May 17, 2016.