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This whole article is unsourced short of one reference I just added. While it isn't particularly contentious, a lot of it does seem to come from one or more sources affiliated with the subject. I'm basing this on the wording and a quite high percentage of IP edits. An example is this one . Interesting is also the claim of In parallel Dimitri has been writing for movies such as [...] and Kevin McDonald movie "State of Play". While IMDb isn't necessarily a valid source and Hollyword works in mysterious ways, the credit as only 'drummer'  and not 'composer' of score or a track is noteworthy and speaks against the claim. The rather frequent updates of who he is working with also indicates edits by an affiliate. The page of his management company  lists track credits, 1: is that a reliable source? and 2: should the section be cut down to "noteworthy tracks/albums/..."? -- Katana (talk) 23:52, 14 May 2013 (UTC)