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December 13, 2008

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jeff

made it 1 min. in. abort... about to throw on morbid tales to dedonk meself...

WmMBerger

Fookin' 'ell. My 6-year-old will love this. Now I have to listen to S.V.E.S.T. all day to try and get rid of it.

Zelmo

Damn you, Turner!

23 Wolves

Aww come on, it ain't THAT bad...

z

why does all the 'new' 'edgy' 'pop' 'dance' stuff from the UK still sound just like or worse than the stuff coming out of any 'discotech' or 'rave' in the early nineties? i thought they were supposed to be trendsetters?

owen

because you've mistaken that for something "new", "edgy" and "pop". (cant fault you on "dance" bit...)

fartron

Excellent analysis of this track and the donk scene by Simon Reynolds

http://blissout.blogspot.com/2008/08/amazing-virulence-of-chav-phobia-that.html

Kapitano

You know the dance scene's in trouble when the deliberately-crap, made-for-a-laugh novelty stuff is better than the "serious" stuff.

Gibby

These guys rehearse in the same building as us. Decent lads, despite the image.

I though I was supposed to be a trendsetter

Shut it you... or we'll put a Donk on the Crazy Frog!

Quizmasterchris

They should put a cork in it. Terrible.

Mickey Mephistopheles

Donk + Oonce = Tru luv 4 eva!

adam

Great track! The kids absoulty love this track at my discos! 5 stars :-D

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