October 18, 2007

New Rockies World Series anthem, fresh outta Denver

My friend Fecher has composed the hottest (I mean “illest”) new rap track to come out of Denver this week, and it’s in honor of the red hot awesome Rockies.

He wrote to me, “btw, I made a Rockies World Series Anthem yesterday, I didn’t even know that I could rap, let alone be such a def producer. Now that I’ve mastered this rap game, expect to see me wearing fur coats, hanging with Pam Anderson on PDiddy’s yacht very shortly…”

I derived immense enjoyment from this song, and I’ve really hit the jackpot to have it here as a Fuel/Friends exclusive. I might have to gently squelch Fecher’s dreams of becoming a hip hop icon, but the Pam Anderson thing could totally happen. I hear she’s, like, not picky at all.

Rockies Ain’t Leavin Without The Trophy – Hot To Death

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  • It’s nice to see you Rockies fans are keeping your spirits up even though it’s becoming clearer and clearer you’re going to be mown down by the indomitable force that is the Cleveland Indians. Carmona=Unhittable (except for that one game where the Red Sox hit him but come one, everyone gets lucky sometime)

    Anonymous — October 18, 2007 @ 2:59 pm

  • Whoa, I’m in a blog = Famous!

    - Dr Fecher, aka, DJ Dr Fecher

    Anonymous — October 18, 2007 @ 3:39 pm

  • I like that he added a rapping baby to this mix. Ill indeed.

    Kristy — October 18, 2007 @ 5:44 pm

  • Nice. I’m rooting for the Rockies!

    Eric — October 22, 2007 @ 8:55 pm

  • so much for those indians…

    Conrad — October 23, 2007 @ 11:34 am

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