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The information on her voice appears incorrect; Annie Arbogast did not provide her voice, according to the original vinyl soundtrack. Arbogast wrote the Huttese lyrics, and the voice was done by Michelle Gruska. DrChainsaw77 05:48, 12 March 2007 (UTC)DrChainsaw77
Why does "Lapti Nek" redirect me here? Why does it not have it's own entry like "Jedi Rocks" does under the catagory of Star Wars music? Seems to me something needs fixed. Medleystudios72 (talk) 19:51, 21 July 2008 (UTC)
There's a couple lines I think could be clarified in this really well-written article. First, under film, when it states the fate of the band is unknown after Jabba's lair is destroyed, under literature it goes on to give their fate. It seems contradictory, as the first mention reads canonical. I personally think the line doesn't need to be there at all.
Second, under literature, the character Evar Orbus is mentioned to be killed before there's any real indication of who he is. Just a brief mention of the character prior would help a lot, because other than mentioning the new band name, he learn nothing about him except he's been killed. The way it reads is pretty confusing.
Thanks - awesome article. I saw ROTJ in theaters, had a great chunk of toys, but these SW articles are definitely still giving me info I'd never know too much about! BubbaStrangelove (talk) 02:55, 25 May 2009 (UTC)