LONDON, May 2 (Reuters)
Saeed al-Sahaf, whose colourful daily briefings earned
him cult status during the Gulf War, is to take Britain's night
clubs by storm.
Record producers are planning to record a dance track
sampling some of his most popular catch-phrases.
"It is set to be massive," one of the track's backers Les
Molloy told The Sun newspaper on Friday. "There has already been
a lot of interest from record stations and club DJs."
With his trademark beret and sly smile, Sahaf astonished
Western television viewers by appearing each day behind a sea of
microphones often to deny events viewers could see on their
He regularly berated British and American troops as
"infidels" and vowed "God will roast their stomachs in hell".
London May 2nd "a word from storming Norman"
Part art House band Mungo Mohammed are to release a house/club
track that uses samples of the speaches of
Mohammed Saeed al-Saha. Mungo Mohammed are recording
in a secrete South London Location. We are hopping to recieve a pre
production version of this track by ealy next week. If you would like an MP3
sound bite of this please email: firstname.lastname@example.org subject "music"
"there are no clubs in London, they are all bastard liers"
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