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This page is clearly no objective. See the last part. -- 23:07, 11 April 2006 22.214.171.124
I won't add or delete form the current information because my bias as a major fan of EL would show ;) I recall _King of Extacy_ doing pretty well as well, though mostly a remix release, but then _One Track Mind_ continued with "The Alezby Inn" and "One Track Mind" had moderate success. _Get Into It_ was mostly a mistake, but fans bought it anyway. A lot more of a housey feel to it, and EL was an electro artist, not house. The 90's saw _Pyramix_, another mostly remix album, but with the horrid "Get High, Get X'D, Get Drunk, Get Sex'd" and _Back From the Tomb_, which included bootie-bass, which for EL was a major step backward. I'd say he's itching for a comeback... as Electro has moved away from the Hip Hop to some extent world into a very strong basis within the techno community.
I'm trying to add information about the 'Freak-A-Holic' comic book that is coming out. When I add the only external link - a facebook fan page - I get a message saying "this content is probably not appropriate for an encylcopedia." says it's from a "bot." What do I do here? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 13:07, 20 November 2011 (UTC)
"Phone Freaks" track
I remember a track with lyrics that were primarily about "phone freaks" but I do not recall the title (because it was on a mix tape). I am asking here because I'd like to make sure that it is included in the Wikipedia entry. I assume it may have been a 12" only track. I cannot find lyrics to Freak-a-holic, so I can't be sure whether it's the same track or a unique one. If anyone has information on this single, then please follow up here. BrianWilloughby (talk) 03:45, 28 May 2012 (UTC)
Ok, part 2: The track I'm thinking of is Dial-a-Freak from Uncle Jamms Army, and I always thought it was an Egyptian Lover track because of the self-reference to Egyptian Lover. So, I'm thinking that there should be mention in the article (by someone a little more knowledgeable than me) of Greg's participation in U.J.A. Thanks. BrianWilloughby (talk) 03:55, 28 May 2012 (UTC)