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Sunday, December 09, 2007

Can't Touch This


Better not produce a mix-tape sampling the audio of an Islamic prayer, dhimmis:
Producer Cry Lehlaka only realised the serious error of judgment which DJs Tea and Kay had made on their latest hit house mix when he received a bomb threat.

The sound of the Muslim prayer known as the Ayat-ul-Qursi had "simply appealed" to them, so they had lifted a version of it and used it as part of their new House Therapy compilation.

But it wasn't long before Lehlaka, operations manager at the popular House Therapy production house in Pretoria, was taking calls from Muslim fans furious at the apparent blatant exploitation of a sacred verse.
Brought to you by: The Religion of Peaceā„¢(2007)

-T

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