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International World Champions of Rock Music
  • Artist: Honchie
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 791381839029
  • Item #: SRD183902
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 12/19/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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International World Champions of Rock Music on CD

We at Honchie are honored to be named the 2007 International World Champions of Rock Music. The 2007 IWCoRM commemorative compact disc available here contains 18 of our latest and greatest hits. We recommend you buy it immediately. If you want to learn more about the IWCoRM Foundation, or enter the 2008 IWCoRM Rock Trials, please visit www.internationalworldchampionsofrockmusic.com. Here is an excerpt from an AP story on our winning the 2007 IWCoRM Rock Trials: Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Honchie was named the 2007 International World Champions of Rock Music winner last week. 'We've been training for months," explains lead singer Krause, "fortunately everything really came together at the Trials.' The IWCoRM Rock Trials, held annually at venues around the globe features the world's finest rock acts. Rhineland's very own Lazer won the 2006 IWCoRM trials. "Lazer think Honchie make good, strong beats," said Lazer-rapper Hammel. "We proud to hand over golden rock trophy." Based on performance skills, stage prowess, and overall rockitude, Honchie swept the trials this year. "We also sold 12,043 tickets at $22 each," adds Honchie-guitarist Pafford. In addition to performing an unreal eight-minute set, Honchie proved to be the IWCoRM's leading grosser, earning the foundation $264,946 in ticket sales. "We're all excited to get back into the studio," said Honchie disk jockey T-Lark. Along with winning the stunning IWCoRM gold-painted trophy, the band was awarded studio time to cut a full-length album under the IWCoRM moniker. They were also given 1,000 copies for a greatly reduced price and a 13/87% licensing and royalties deal. So what does the 2007 IWCoRM winners plan to do with their sudden fame and fortune? "Don't know yet," admits drummer Allen, "probably take the kids to Denny's."