Talk:Steve Jocz

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DW?[edit]

Hi!

Are you sure Steve Jocz plays DW drums? It looks more like Orange County to me.

Rufus.

WARNING![edit]

I think this page may be under a vandal attack! Half Hour of Power was NOT released by the record label Big Rig Records, THERE IS NO SUCH THING! Administraters, try to keep watch at this page. It was released by Island Records. Whoever put Big Rig Records, reply to me ad tell me your source for putting that!

Maybe not, never mind, I did some researching. But it's kind of bugging me... can some make a page for Big Rig Records at least? ɤ|Ryanzilla13| 23:07, 2 June 2007 (UTC)
First off, this comment should be made at the page for HHOP, not Steve Jocz. And Big Rig is a subsidary of Island... - -[The Spooky One] | [t c r] 05:16, 12 June 2008 (UTC)

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