Talk:Destroy Rock & Roll

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Wasn't sure what to do with the source for the line "They loved the record so much they both called up asking to remix it for free." It was taken from a google search cached page and it will surely be deleted soon, so here is the quote in full for histoy sake?!

"Breastfed originally released “Musclecars” in June 2003. Both X-Press 2 and Anu from Freeform Five loved the record so much they both called up asking to remix it for free. Anu’s version takes the original’s slo-mo acid house ethic and wraps it up in rock guitars and p-funk squeals. The man behind the recent electro-pop smash “Eeeeaaooww” even goes as far as adding his own sleazy vocal line, transforming the original from a Rob Mello staple into a Freelance Hellraiser classic"

Forgot69 09:12, 4 May 2005 (UTC)




Any reason why this is a stub? Its got as much information as most other album pages I've seen.. perhaps even more.

Rilstix 11:28, 15 August 2005 (UTC)