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The William 2R Project is the electro-alternative project by Cotisuelto Smrz, the singer of the German alternative rock band destophobia.

At first the project was founded in early 2005 due to the fact, that he wrote songs that weren't possible to perform with destophobia. Originally all songs should have been experimental electronic instrumentals but came out to be a symbiosis between electronica and pop.

The first CD of the William 2R Project is the start of the "inside out" series: Inside Out Part I: Out.
It contains a Remix of destophobia's first hit 5:77 as well as Yo better believe it and The Love Song.

In November 2007 Smrz released A Drum and Bass Experience: Phase One although he originally planned to release new material only as Cotisuelto Smrz and therefore pretty much only noticed by his fan base.

It also exists one ambient track, which is available on last.fm exclusively and turns out to be an instrumental indeed: One day in the heart of Mother Nature.


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