Yeah, I know. You went a bit 'Daily Mail' there!
the majority of people don't give a damn about the origins of a song or what genre it is? why should they? music is something you feel, dance to and enjoy. some of us choose to analyse the hell out a song, which is also fun.
talking about music is like dancing about architecture.
we're the crazy ones remember that.
Of course he did - they'd never risk a lawsuit. And I'm sure he doesn't mind as he's making money from it.
He's making a fortune from it.. and Cadburys will have Licensed it from Him.
And The scene is Exploding around it...
Janet Jackson has recorded his material...
Fair Play to the Bloke...
What is a crime, Is the Breaks Idiots sampling it on Juno without permission...
Did you contact them Martin? as you said you would?" DECKGENERAL"
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It's only bad for electro if the 'electro' fans are over protective of it.
Nobody gives a shit anyway. To most folk it's just a good track, regardless of genre.
Well i just found out who is behind the advert initials are M.K. can you guess ?
That particular track is not Electro its a remix [legit or otherwise?], I thought they were floggin the original..which is an Electro track, that version isn't even on my radar...P.O.SElectro/Breakbeat/80's Hip Hop Freak!
Here's the reply i got from Juno.........
We have the 'Freestly-Don't Stop The Rock' in the electro section - however
this is out of stock now.
I presume you might therefore mean the 'CAD 001' version which doesn't
mention the artist freestyle. We've tweaked the genre's accordingly.
well my kids like the track so its good as it means there not listening to scooter and all that other shite kids these days listen to ive been trying for years to get them into electro and cadburys do it in 1 advert maybe i should have been givin them more chocolate instead of greens you just cant win these days
What a waste of plastic.