" is a song by experimental rock band The Fall of Troy
. It appears on the band's second album Doppelgänger
The music video for "F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X." was directed by Colter Freeman in January 06, in Orange County, CA.
The song is actually a remake of the song "F.C.P.S.I.T.S.G.E.P.G.E.P.G.E.P." which was originally written by The 30 Years War
and was released on their CD Live at the Paradox
in December 21
. After the band became The Fall of Troy
, they kept the song and included it on their self-titled album
In "F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X.", the song is sped up, and the parts played by Tim Ward (bassist) and Thomas Erak (guitar, vocals) are heavily edited. Instead of Tim playing the melody, Thomas plays the melody, and Tim provides a harmonizing bassline.
Other differences include the length of the tracks; "F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X." is 44 seconds shorter due to it being sped up.
The song's name is actually a shortened version of "F.C.P.S.I.T.S.G.E.P.G.E.P.G.E.P.", getting rid of everything after "F.C.P." but with the addition of "R.E.M.I.X.". The song had been edited which is shown with smoother vocals and a different opening guitar riff. Thomas Erak speaks the original title phonetically as such: 'eff-see-pee-sits-gepgepgep'.
It is featured in the soundtrack to the Xbox 360
game 'Saints Row
' and is also a bonus track in the game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock
. It is also in the soundtrack for the game MLB 2K6