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Captain Squeegee Member Contributes Vocals to Chemtrails' "9/11 Dubstep Song"

Today, electronic project Chemtrails released a conspiracy-theory addled dubstep jam called "Inside Job" on YouTube, featuring vocals from Captain Squeegee's Danny Torgersen.

Some people don't like dubstep. Some people aren't particularly fond of watching videos of the September 11 attacks. This video is not for those kinds of people.

Posted by Torgersen's production company, Third Productions, the video features flashing lights, quotes from Jesse Ventura, Presidents Barack Obama and George Dubya, and others, as well as footage of the attacks and protestors demanding more investigation of "what really happened."

It's kind of the M.O. over at Third Productions, with this quote featured on the website:

"We have weaved our way into this World Wide Web to wind back the Clock of Thought and inspire aliterizing greatness. With words as weapons, paint as our shield, with music as magic, and film as mythical tools to unify the Three we shall prove one final theory/

This is the theory: The Only thing Man has even given back to the Earth, is Art."

The site also features links to Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth website, a non-profit corporation of "architects, engineers and affiliates dedicated to exposing the falsehoods and to revealing truths about the "collapses" of the 3 World Trade Center high-rises on September 11, 2001."

So there you have it. Paranoid ranting? Sure. But you know, it may actually be less offensive than sipping that 9/11 commemorative wine that you bought with your 9/11 commemorative coins.

Yuck, right?

Captain Squeegee is scheduled to perform Friday, September 9, at Long Wong's in Tempe.

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Jason P. Woodbury is a music and pop-culture writer based in Phoenix. He is a regular contributor to the music blog Aquarium Drunkard and co-host of the Transmissions podcast.