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Wednesday, June 30, 2004

"Fire Water Burn" featured in "Fahrenheit 9/11"

Soldiers, we're told in Moore's new anti-war film, listen to "Fire Water Burn" by the Bloodhound Gang while in combat. The kids have figured out how to use their high-tech warfighting gizmos to have it piped into their helmets.

Here's the Bloodhound Gang's take on the whole thing, from their website:

Michael Moore kicks ass. He's the master of delivering a compelling point in an entertaining manner. So, when he asked us to use "Fire Water Burn" in "Fahrenheit 9/11," we not only said "fucks yeah" but waived our normal fee. Anyone that pisses people off while making them laugh is okay in our book. Because of all the furor over the movie as of late, several media outlets asked us for a statement. So here's what we sent them:

As long as our troops aren't illegally downloading our songs, we could care less if we're killing machine bed music. We would rather the Bloodhound Gang be "The Soundtrack To War" than Creed. Now that would be embarrassing. Our president is a clown, so Michael Moore invited the whole world to laugh at him. We're proud to be a part of that.



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