Talk:Excessive Force

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More important than the music related article is excessive force in general. Is there an equivilant article that would cover excessive force? If so, this article should link there, if not, an excessive force article should be created.

Actually, it is not more important or the wiki-nazis would have made it so. You're going to have a rude awakening buddy

Ref for lyrics[edit]

I'm not sure that posting the lyrics from the KMFDM page itself is considered to be a reliable source for that statement. That looks a lot more like original research and/or synthesis. A reference for that statement should be, say, from an interview or review. I'll leave it there for a bit, and try looking for a better source, but otherwise I think that tag should stay there (or the information simply removed outright). MrMoustacheMM (talk) 05:01, 27 February 2010 (UTC)

The information looks like unnecessary trivia to me anyway. I say just pull it completely.Torchiest (talk) 17:05, 27 February 2010 (UTC)