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Rock Band Crankcaller Finds Rapper and Producer for Re-Mix of Hit Song

Rap and Rock come together to make beautiful music when Rock band Crankcaller is in the remix.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 8, 2005 -- After an alarming amount of responses to a bulletin post, Crankcaller finally found what they were looking for. Warner Brothers rapper Chance and famed producer George Tutko, were chosen to help work on the rock/rap re-mix of the hit song High Frequency.

Tutko, the long-time producer and engineer, has a radiant resume flourished with experience and star-studded credits to his name. Rod Stewart, Lita Ford, John Mellencamp, Pat Benatar and Ozzy Osbourne are among the few that Tutko has worked with over the years.

There were a lot of qualified candidates out there, and a lot of them had the skills and background of what we were looking for, says ThecounT, the lead vocalist and creator of the band. George and Chance will hopefully bring a whole new dimension to High Frequency as we try to add an new angle to the song. We just hope our fans and critics like the re-mix.

Crankcallers current album, Altogether Darker World, has broken though the top 15 in album sales and includes the smash hit, I Am Vampire, which is in the top 20 singles.

The recording of the re-mix is set to take place in Las Vegas, which is the hometown for the band. Crankcaller plans on releasing the single in mid-summer.

For more information, visit the Crankcaller web site at www.crankcaller.com or call Brad Bender at (909) 762-3610.

Brad Bender
909 762-3610

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