Wreckage is the debut full-length studio album by British DJ/producer Robert Howes . It was released on August 26, 2003 via Columbia Records. Most of its tracks have been featured in an advertisement, films, video games, trailers and television shows. Track 1 contains elements from "We'll Bring the House Down" by Slade. Track 4 contains elements from "In the Morning Time" by Tramaine. Track 5 contains elements from "Let Me Clear My Throat" by DJ Kool.
album: Human Wreckage. Wreckage Machinery - Wretched Union. album: Crawling From the Wreckage. Tsui - Hey Bartender. Megan Slankard - The Happy Birthday.
The track Horndog was released as a single from this album. The song contains a sample from DJ Kool's Let Me Clear My Throat
Tracks count: 8. Views: 4. Tsui - Gravity 04:19. Tsui - Trouble 03:28. Tsui - Coming For You 06:19.
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Don't try to side step any obstacles you face! Take them head on! For the Wreckage, things don't always go as planned or go our way, but we fight! Don't give up on us, we won't give up on you! Good things coming this year!