Friday, October 14, 2011

Freestyle Fellowship - The Promise (2011)

After years of anticipation the Freestyle Fellowship are back with an new LP and they kept their "Promise". All new tracks from the reunited West Coast indie rap crew consisting of Aceyalone, Myka 9, P.E.A.C.E, Self Jupiter, and DJ Kiilu Grand. Features production from Black Milk, Exile, and Eligh. The Promise, in stores October 18th.

For more information check out:!/freestylefs

01. Introduction
02. We Are (Prod. By Eligh)
03. The Write Here
04. Step 2 The Side (Prod. By Exile)
05. Ambassadors
06. Dart
07. Gimme
08. Government Lies
09. Introspective
10. Daddies
11. Candy (Feat. Jimi James) (Prod. By Black Milk)
12. Know The Truth
13. Popular
14. Promise

Friday, October 7, 2011

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Pete SasQwax- Six Ton Armor Psychcast #27(2011)

(Via Pete SasQwax)-I've subtitled this mix 'Malapropriated PsycheDelia (& friends)' and 'Malapropriated PsycheDelia (& friends)' is the sound of two puns colliding head on. Or maybe it's more the sound of one pun rattling around in my brain for so long that I had to succumb and finally scratch that itch. Here's how it works: every drum sound throughout these thirty minutes is taken from Malcom Catto. Yep, Mal (and his 'Bubblefish Breaks' LP) has been apropriated (by me) - hence the first part. The PsycheDelia bit: SIXTONARMOR is a psychedelic mix series, right? Right. And Delia (& friends) were the source of musical sounds for the entirety of the piece. Delia who? Delia Derbyshire and her co-conspirators (friends) - otherwise known as the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Catto + BBC Radiophonic Workshop = this mix. Or it does when I do it.

Sunday, August 14, 2011


One of my favorite rappers Exist/Existereo/Stereo/Stereo13 with a free download of unreleased goodness. Be a homie and go cop that new Candy's .22 album here Shits Hord!

Luckyiam(PSC)-I Love Haters(2011)

Legendary Music in conjunction with Lifted Research Group, present Luckyiam’s newest project, “I Love Haters“. The album is available for FREE download only for the month of August on

Gajah-Man The Ship

Gajah(Acid Reign/Project Blowed) with a little solo Sci-Fi EP. Jump on board, take off.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Flying Lotus-Lovers Melt 2(2011)

“Lovers Melt 2 will hopefully be part of your summer sound. Some of my favorite songs ever.. Some you know, some you might not..” – Flying Lotus

Sunday, June 19, 2011

John Lennon Interview

Are you the Beatles?
No. I'm not the Beatles. I'm me. Paul isn't the Beatles. Brian Epstein wasn't the Beatles, neither is Dick James [Beatles' music publisher]. The Beatles are the Beatles. Separately, they are separate. George was a separate, individual singer with his own group as well, before he came in with us. Nobody is the Beatles. How could they be? We all had our roles to play.

Let's reapproach that. The Beatles were always talked about - and the Beatles talked about themselves - as being four parts of the same person. What's happened to those four parts?
They remembered that they were four individuals. You see, we believed the Beatles myth, too. I don't know whether the others still believe it. We were four guys. . . . I met Paul and said, ``You want to join me band?'' Then George joined, and then Ringo joined. We were just a band that made it very, very big, that's all. Our best work was never recorded.

Because we were performers - in spite of what Mick [Jagger] says about us - in Liverpool, Hamburg and other dance halls. What we generated was fantastic when we played straight rock, and there was nobody to touch us in Britain. As soon as we made it, we made it, but the edges were knocked off. You know, Brian put us in suits and all that, and we made it very, very big. But we sold out, you know. The music was dead before we even went on the theater tour of Britain. We were feeling shit already, because we had to reduce an hour or two hours' playing, which we were glad about in one way, to twenty minutes, and we would go on and repeat the same twenty minutes every night. The Beatles' music died then, as musicians. That's why we never improved as musicians; we killed ourselves then to make it. And that was the end of it.

I would like to ask a question about Paul and go through that. When we went and saw `Let It Be' in San Francisco, what was your feeling?

I felt sad, you know. Also, I felt . . . that film was set up by Paul for Paul. That is one of the main reasons the Beatles ended. I can't speak for George, but I pretty damn well know we got fed up of being sidemen for Paul. After Brian died, that's what happened, that's what began to happen to us. The camera work was set up to show Paul and not anybody else. And that's how I felt about it.

How would you trace the breakup of the Beatles?
After Brian died, we collapsed. Paul took over and supposedly led us. But what is leading us, when we went round in circles? We broke up then. That was the disintegration.

When did you first feel that the Beatles had broken up? When did that idea first hit you?
I don't remember, you know. I was in my own pain. I wasn't noticing really. I just did it like a job.

What was your feeling when Brian died?
The feeling that anybody has when somebody close to them dies. There is a sort of little hysterical, sort of hee, hee, I'm glad it's not me or something in it, the funny feeling when somebody close to you dies. I don't know whether you've had it, but I've had a lot of people die around me. And the other feeling is: ``What the fuck? What can I do?'' I knew that we were in trouble then. I didn't really have any misconceptions about our ability to do anything other than play music, and I was scared. I thought, ``We've fuckin' had it.''

When did your songwriting partnership with Paul end?

That ended . . . I don't know, around 1962 or something, I don't know. If you give me the albums, I can tell you exactly who wrote what and which line. We sometimes wrote together. All our best work - apart from the early days, like ``I Want to Hold Your Hand'' - we wrote apart always. ``One After 909,'' on Let It Be, I wrote when I was seventeen or eighteen. We always wrote separately, but we wrote together because we enjoyed it a lot sometimes, and also because they would say, ``Well, you're going to make an album; get together and knock off a few songs'' just like a job.

How would you characterize George's, Paul's and Ringo's reaction to Yoko?

It's the same. You can quote Paul, it's probably in the papers; he said it many times that at first he hated Yoko, and then he got to like her. But it's too late for me. I'm for Yoko. Why should she take that kind of shit from those people? They were writing about her looking miserable in the film Let It Be, but you sit through sixty sessions with the most bigheaded, uptight people on earth and see what it's fuckin' like and be insulted. And George, shit, insulted her right to her face in the Apple office at the beginning, just being ``straightforward,'' you know, that game of ``I'm going to be upfront, because this is what we've heard,'' and Dylan and a few people said she'd got a lousy name in New York. That's what George said to her! And we both sat through it. I didn't hit him; I don't know why. Ringo was all right, but the other two really gave it to us. I'll never forgive them, I don't care what fuckin' shit about Hare Krishna and God and Paul with his ``Well, I've changed me mind.'' I can't forgive 'em for that, really. Although I can't help still loving them either.

What do you think of the Stones today?
I think it's a lot of hype. I like ``Honky Tonk Women,'' but I think Mick's a joke with all that fag dancing; I always did. I enjoy it; I'll probably go and see his films and all like everybody else, but really, I think it's a joke.

Do you see him much now?
No, I never do see him. We saw a bit of each other when Allen [Klein, Beatles' late-period manager] was first coming in - I think Mick got jealous. I was always very respectful of Mick and the Stones, but he said a lot of sort of tarty things about the Beatles, which I am hurt by because, you know, I can knock the Beatles, but don't let Mick Jagger knock them. I would like to just list what we did and what the Stones did two months after on every fuckin' album. Every fuckin' thing we did, Mick does exactly the same - he imitates us. And I would like one of you fuckin' underground people to point it out. You know, Satanic Majesties is Pepper; ``We Love You,'' it's the most fuckin' bullshit, that's ``All You Need Is Love.'' I resent the implication that the Stones are like revolutionaries and that the Beatles weren't. If the Stones were or are, the Beatles really were, too. But they are not in the same class, musicwise or powerwise, never were. I never said anything, I always admired them, because I like their funky music, and I like their style. I like rock & roll and the direction they took after they got over trying to imitate us. He's obviously so upset by how big the Beatles are compared with him, he never got over it. Now he's in his old age, and he is beginning to knock us, you know, and he keeps knocking. I resent it, because even his second fuckin' record, we wrote it for him. Mick said, ``Peace made money.'' We didn't make any money from peace.

Do you think you're a genius?
Yes, if there is such a thing as one, I am one. When did you realize that what you were doing transcended -- People like me are aware of their so-called genius at ten, eight, nine. . . . I always wondered, ``Why has nobody discovered me?'' In school, didn't they see that I'm cleverer than anybody in this school? That the teachers are stupid, too? That all they had was information that I didn't need? I got fuckin' lost in being at high school. I used to say to me auntie, ``You throw my fuckin' poetry out, and you'll regret it when I'm famous, '' and she threw the bastard stuff out. I never forgave her for not treating me like a fuckin' genius or whatever I was, when I was a child. It was obvious to me. Why didn't they put me in art school? Why didn't they train me? Why would they keep forcing me to be a fuckin' cowboy like the rest of them? I was different, I was always different. Why didn't anybody notice me? A couple of teachers would notice me, encourage me to be something or other, to draw or to paint - express myself. But most of the time they were trying to beat me into being a fuckin' dentist or a teacher. And then the fuckin' fans tried to beat me into being a fuckin' Beatle or an Engelbert Humperdinck, and the critics tried to beat me into being Paul McCartney.

How did you first get involved in LSD?
A dentist in London laid it on George, me and the wives, without telling us, at a dinner party at his house. He was a friend of George's and our dentist at the time, and he just put it in our coffee or something.

When you came down, what did you think?
I was pretty stoned for a month or two. The second time we had it was in L.A. We were on tour in one of those houses, Doris Day's house or wherever it was we used to stay, and the three of us took it, Ringo, George and I. Maybe Neil [Aspinall] and a couple of the Byrds - what's his name, the one in the Stills and Nash thing? - Crosby and the other guy who used to do the lead. McGuinn. I think they came, I'm not sure, on a few trips. Peter Fonda came, and that was another thing. He kept saying [in a whisper], ``I know what it's like to be dead.'' It was a sad song, an acidy song, I suppose. ``When I was a little boy'' . . . you see, a lot of early childhood was coming out, anyway. So LSD started for you in

1964. How long did it go on?
It went on for years, I must have had a thousand trips. Literally a thousand, or a couple of hundred? A thousand - I used to just eat it all the time.

The other Beatles didn't get into LSD as much as you did?
George did. In L.A. the second time we took it, Paul felt very out of it because we are all a bit slightly cruel, sort of ``we're taking it, and you're not.'' But we kept seeing him, you know. We couldn't eat our food; I just couldn't manage it, just picking it up with our hands. There were all these people serving us in the house, and we were knocking food on the floor and all of that. It was a long time before Paul took it. I think George was pretty heavy on it; we are probably the most cracked. Paul is a bit more stable than George and I.

And straight?
I don't know about straight. Stable. I think LSD profoundly shocked him and Ringo. I think maybe they regret it.

Did you have many bad trips?
I had many. Jesus Christ, I stopped taking it because of that. I just couldn't stand it.

You got too afraid to take it?
It got like that, but then I stopped it for I don't know how long, and then I started taking it again just before I met Yoko. I got the message that I should destroy my ego, and I did, you know. I was slowly putting myself together round about Maharishi time. Bit by bit over a two-year period, I had destroyed me ego. I didn't believe I could do anything. I just was nothing. I was shit. Then Derek [Taylor, Apple press officer] tripped me out at his house after he got back from L.A. He sort of said, ``You're all right,'' and pointed out which songs I had written: ``You wrote this,'' and ``You said this,'' and ``You are intelligent, don't be frightened.'' The next week I went to Derek's with Yoko, and we tripped again, and she made me realize that I was me and that it's all right. That was it; I started fighting again, being a loudmouth again and saying, ``I can do this. Fuck it. This is what I want,'' you know. ``I want it, and don't put me down.'' I did this, so that's where I am now. At some point, right between `Help!' and `Hard Day's Night,' you got into drugs and got into doing drug songs. A Hard Day's Night, I was on pills. That's drugs, that's bigger drugs than pot. I started on pills when I was fifteen, no, since I was seventeen, since I became a musician. The only way to survive in Hamburg to play eight hours a night, was to take pills. The waiters gave you them - the pills and drink. I was a fucking dropped-down drunk in art school. Help! was where we turned on to pot, and we dropped drink, simple as that. I've always needed a drug to survive. The others, too, but I always had more, more pills, more of everything because I'm more crazy probably.

How do you think LSD affected your conception of the music? In general?
It was only another mirror. It wasn't a miracle. It was more of a visual thing and a therapy, looking at yourself a bit. It did all that. You know, I don't quite remember. But it didn't write the music. I write the music in the circumstances in which I'm in, whether it's on acid or in the water.

What was your experience with heroin?
It just was not too much fun. I never injected it or anything. We sniffed a little when we were in real pain. We got such a hard time from everyone, and I've had so much thrown at me and at Yoko, especially at Yoko. We took H because of what the Beatles and others were doing to us. But we got out of it.

I read a little interview with you, done when you went to the Rock & Roll Revival over a year ago in Toronto. You said you were throwing up before you went onstage.
Yes. I just threw up for hours until I went on.

Would you still be that nervous if you appeared in public?
Always that nervous, but what with one thing and another, it just had to come out some way. I don't think I'll do much appearing, it's not worth the strain; I don't want to perform too much for people.

What are your personal tastes?
Sounds like ``Wop Bop A Loo Bop.'' I like rock & roll; I don't like much else.

Why rock & roll?
That's the music that inspired me to play music. There is nothing conceptually better than rock & roll. No group, be it Beatles, Dylan or Stones, have ever improved on ``Whole Lot of Shaking,'' for my money. Or maybe I'm like our parents: That's my period, and I dig it, and I'll never leave it.

What do you think rock & roll will become in the future?
Whatever we make it. If we want to go bullshitting off into intellectualism with rock & roll, then we are going to get bullshitting rock intellectualism. If we want real rock & roll, it's up to all of us to create it and stop being hyped by the revolutionary image and long hair. We've got to get over that bit. That's what cutting hair is about. Let's own up now and see who's who, who is doing something about what, and who is making music, and who is laying down bullshit. Rock & roll will be whatever we make it.

Why do you think it means so much to people?
Because the best stuff is primitive enough and has no bullshit. It gets through to you; it got through to me, the only thing to get through to me of all the things that were happening when I was fifteen. Rock & roll then was real; everything else was unreal. The thing about rock & roll, good rock & roll - whatever good means and all that shit - is that it's real, and realism gets through to you despite yourself. You recognize something in it which is true, like all true art. Whatever art is, readers. Okay. If it's real, it's simple usually, and if it's simple, it's true. Something like that.

How do you rate yourself as a guitarist?
Well, it depends on what kind of guitarist. I'm okay; I'm not technically good, but I can make it fucking howl and move. I was rhythm guitarist. It's an important job. I can make a band drive.

How do you rate George?
He's pretty good [laughs]. I prefer myself. I have to be honest, you know. I'm really very embarrassed about my guitar playing, in one way, because it's very poor; I can never move, but I can make a guitar speak. I think there's a guy called Ritchie Valens, no, Richie Havens. Does he play very strange guitar? He's a black guy that was in a concert and sang ``Strawberry Fields'' or something. He plays, like, one chord all the time. He plays a pretty funky guitar. But he doesn't seem to be able to play in the real terms at all. I'm like that. Yoko has made me feel cocky about my guitar. You see, one part of me says, ``Yes, of course I can play,'' because I can make a rock move, you know? But the other part of me says, ``Well, I wish I could just do like B.B. King.'' If you would put me with B.B. King, I would feel real silly. I'm an artist, and if you give me a tuba, I'll bring you something out of it.

You're going back to London. What's a rough picture of your immediate future, say, the next three months?
I'd like to just vanish just a bit. It wore me out, New York. I love it. I'm just sort of fascinated by it, like a fucking monster.

Do you have a rough picture of the next few years?
Oh no, I couldn't think of the next few years; it's abysmal thinking of how many years there are to go, millions of them. I just play it by the week. I don't think much ahead of a week.

Do you have a picture of ``when I'm sixty-four''?
No, no. I hope we're a nice old couple living off the coast of Ireland or something like that - looking at our scrapbook of madness.


Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Released on Needlework in 2006, this is the full retail CD of  the debut album by Waxfactor aka Pete SasQwax(!/sasQwax). It features Mista Ed and DJ 2Tall (now known as Om Unit) and truly outstanding artwork from Andrew 'Griff' Griffin. This shit is filthy, DL and bump it.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Acid Reign-Tracks From The Abyss Volume 1(2011)

02.Serious Business (feat. Express)
04.I Gotta Go
05.Endangered (feat. Olmeca)
06.We All Evolve
07.Rhyme Alignment
08.Hold On
09.Acid Hip Hop (feat. Ellay Khule)
10.Random Female (feat. Ciphurphace)
11.Babalu (taken from Upcoming Uncommon Debut LP “Diversity”)

Dj Signify-Teach The Children Volume 1(2003)

01. Kool G Rap & D.J. Polo - Letters
02. Eric B. & Rakim - Teach The Children
03. UMC's - Never Never Land
04. Freestyle Fellowship - Way Cool
05. Original Flava - Can I Get Open?, Rap by Jay-Z
06. The Jaz - Hypocritters
07. Zhigge - Rakin' In The Dough
08. Grand Puba - Mind Your Business
09. Ultramagnetic MC's - Checkin' My Style
10. Royal Fam - Summin Gotz To Give
11. Ghostface Killah - Mighty Healthy
12. Future Sound - Lady / What's A Bro To Do?
13. Artifacts - Whayback
14. 3rd Bass - Ace In The Hole, Rap by KMD
15. Freestyle Fellowship - Heat Mizer
16. Saafir - Can You Feel Me?
17. K-Solo - Rock Bottom
18. Jemini The Gifted One - 50 Emcees In A Cypher
19. Big L - Let Em Have It "L"
20. YZ - Crocodile Dundee
21. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Eye Examination

Edison-Tonka Truck(2010)

EMV-Junebug/Old Hat,New Clothes(Walter Gross Remix)

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Thavius Beck-Go

Quantic-Me Gusta Cali(2011)

Having known the city of Cali intimately for almost 5 years, Quantic decided to devote a little musical selection to her. The records selected are warm dedications to Cali and its swing, woman, weather and even its bus stops. Nice to hear legend Alfredito Linares, pianist of the Combo Barbaro being shouted out in the opening track.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Ender-Drums And Flowers(2011)

Ender, born Chris Seeger, is a 26 year old producer and DJ from Washington, DC. He produces beats and dance edits, and has released several DJ mixes that display the depth of his record collection. He is a true lover of music, digging deep into a variety of genres to find the hardest grooves and funkiest breaks.

This mix is meant to be an audio companion to the visual beauty of springtime. There are a few well-known beats on there, which seems to go against the current trend of DJ mixtapes being super-obscure and only featuring songs that came out in the last 5 days. Good music is good music, and it's nice to be surprised by a tune or melody that you have heard before. There's nothing wrong with older tracks if they are mixed in an interesting and creative way. That being said, there is plenty of cutting edge music on here as well, so, enjoy! .

Drums and Flowers by moonbouncedj

Monday, April 4, 2011

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Sick Balloons-Farewell To The Swagger Kids(2011)

Nice dreamy album by Sick Balloons out of San Diego. Definitely grab this one.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Chaps One-Married To Vinyl

This is a live mix from Chaps One providing some straight Underground Hip Hop heat. Their is some great beat programming and smooth transitions to unfold some Underground classics. Feauturing songs by Atmosphere, Busdriver, Blame One, Emanaon, People Under The Stairs, Sage Francis, Shape Shifters and More...

Chaps One-Married To Vinyl by chapsone

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Medicine For The People-Live Bayfront Hilo,HI

A couple minutes from my Dad's home, Nahko preachin in the streets. People still care and spread love. ALOHA.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

56K(Chaps One & Jimmy Riggamortis)-Ships, Wings & Broken Hearts(2009)

Chaps One and Jimmy Riggamortis team up as 56K to bring you a 40 minute mix from 2009 of some lovely Alternative Rock records. Featuring Beck, The Shins, Cajun Dance Party, The Good The Bad And The Queen and more...Snag this one.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Tyler The Creator-Yonkers

I was tellin fools about this kid a couple years ago saying he was gonna blow up. I was right.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Mastas Of The Universe-Microcrusifiction(1994)

Some old school SD Underground shit right here. Used to have this tape back in the day. Was jazzed to find a rip.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Chaps One-Sophisticated Weapon(2011)

The brand new Chaps One(Hermanos Del Pulpo) mix "Sophisticated Weapon" just dropped on Rhythm Incursions today. Get some. It’s an hour long ride into instrumental hip hop and electronic music with plenty of movie samples weaving a narrative atop. It’s sure to leave you feeling ready to take on the week and makes for the perfect partner on bus/bike/car rides.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Aesop Rock – Appleseed (1999)

1. Appleseed Intro
2. Dryspell
3. Same Space (The Tugboat Complex Part 2)
4. Sick Friend
5. Hold The Cup
6. 1,000 Deaths
7. Blue In The Face
8. Odessa

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Mr. Brady-Because I Felt Like It(2011)

01. Whateva (prod. by Elaquent)
02. Sugar feat. Sha Dula (prod. by Tranzformer)
03. Space Boogie feat. Kas One (prod. by Kas One)
04. Road Trippin (prod. by Dibiase)
05. Pure Raw feat. LMNO (prod. by Moka Only)

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Six Vicious(Megasoid)-Ghost Ride The UFO(2007)

Glitch Mob-Glitch Mob Live @ Malfunktion, Los Angeles(2007)

Girl Talk-All Day(2010)


1. “Oh No”

* 0:03 Black Sabbath – “War Pigs“
* 0:13 2Pac featuring K-Ci & JoJo – “How Do U Want It“
* 0:15 Jay-Z – “99 Problems“
* 0:20 Ludacris featuring Mystikal and I-20 – “Move Bitch“
* 1:20 Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys – “Empire State of Mind“
* 2:01 Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band – “Express Yourself”
* 2:04 Eminem featuring Dr. Dre and 50 Cent – “Crack A Bottle“
* 2:09 Cali Swag District – “Teach Me How to Dougie“
* 2:13 Jane’s Addiction – “Jane Says“
* 2:40 T.I. and Jay-Z featuring Kanye West and Lil Wayne – “Swagga Like Us“
* 2:40 M.I.A. – “Paper Planes“
* 2:45 St. Lunatics – “Gimme What You Got”
* 2:45 Dorrough – “Ice Cream Paint Job“
* 2:45 The Brothers Johnson – “Strawberry Letter 23“
* 4:15 Slick Rick – “La Di Da Di“
* 4:18 The Doors – “Waiting For the Sun“
* 4:20 Ramones – “Blitzkrieg Bop“
* 4:45 Trina featuring Killer Mike – “Look Back At Me”
* 4:56 Missy Elliott – “Get Ur Freak On“
* 5:10 LMFAO – “Yes“

2. “Let It Out”

* 0:00 Ramones – “Blitzkrieg Bop“
* 0:00 Missy Elliott – “Get Ur Freak On“
* 0:09 General Public – “Tenderness“
* 0:16 Jay-Z featuring Amil and Ja Rule – “Can I Get A…“
* 1:25 Juicy J featuring Project Pat – “Twerk“
* 1:30 Electric Light Orchestra – “Mr. Blue Sky“
* 2:44 Craig Mack – “Flava in Ya Ear“
* 2:53 Jay-Z – “D.O.A“
* 2:55 GZA – “Liquid Swords“
* 3:15 Beck – “Loser“
* 3:19 Jim Jones and Ron Browz featuring Juelz Santana – “Pop Champagne“
* 3:25 Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell – “Drop It Like It’s Hot“
* 3:58 Wale featuring Gucci Mane – “Pretty Girls“
* 4:42 Jean Knight – “Mr. Big Stuff“
* 5:14 Sir Mix-a-Lot – “Posse on Broadway“
* 5:16 Black Rob – “Whoa!“
* 5:25 Fugazi – “Waiting Room”
* 5:34 Dr. Octagon – “Blue Flowers”
* 5:36 Rihanna – “Rude Boy“

3. “That’s Right”

* 0:00 Rihanna – “Rude Boy“
* 0:02 Fabolous featuring Nate Dogg – “You Can’t Deny It“
* 0:21 Peter Gabriel – “In Your Eyes“
* 0:25 Foxy Brown – “Hot Spot“
* 0:31 Nine Inch Nails – “Closer” (portion sampled samples “Nightclubbing” by Iggy Pop)
* 1:41 Spacehog – “In the Meantime” (portion sampled samples “Telephone and Rubber Band” by Penguin Cafe Orchestra)
* 1:51 Terror Squad – “Lean Back“
* 2:35 Ester Dean featuring Chris Brown – “Drop It Low“
* 2:42 T La Rock – “It’s Yours” (portion sampled samples “I Like Funky Music” by Uncle Louie)
* 2:44 Beastie Boys – “Paul Revere“
* 2:44 BeyoncĂ© – “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)“
* 3:53 M.O.P. – “Ante Up“
* 4:03 Miley Cyrus – “Party in the U.S.A.“
* 5:21 Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg – “The Next Episode”

4. “Jump on Stage”

* 0:00 Portishead – “Sour Times“
* 0:10 Big Boi featuring Cutty – “Shutterbugg“
* 1:18 The Edgar Winter Group – “Frankenstein“
* 1:27 Diddy – “Tell Me“
* 1:31 50 Cent – “Disco Inferno“
* 1:32 The Notorious B.I.G. – “Hypnotize“
* 1:32 Skee-Lo – “I Wish“
* 1:42 T’Pau – “Heart and Soul“
* 2:42 OJ Da Juiceman – “Make tha Trap Say Aye“
* 2:47 Jadakiss – “Who’s Real“
* 2:50 New Edition – “If It Isn’t Love“
* 2:52 Radiohead – “Creep“
* 3:04 Ol’ Dirty Bastard – “Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Extended Version)”
* 4:25 Prince – “Delirious“
* 4:40 Master P – “Rock It”
* 5:09 Iggy Pop – “Lust for Life“
* 5:09 Beastie Boys – “Hey Ladies“
* 5:15 White Town – “Your Woman“
* 5:18 Lady GaGa – “LoveGame“

5. “This Is the Remix”

* 0:00 Herbie Hancock – “Rockit“
* 0:04 Bananarama – “Cruel Summer“
* 0:04 Justin Timberlake – “SexyBack“
* 0:09 Diddy-Dirty Money – “Hello Good Morning“
* 0:46 Lil’ Kim – “The Jump Off“
* 0:47 Genesis – “Tonight, Tonight, Tonight“
* 0:54 Phil Collins – “Take Me Home“
* 0:59 The Jackson 5 – “I Want You Back“
* 1:06 N.W.A. – “Straight Outta Compton“
* 1:53 Busta Rhymes – “Stop the Party”
* 1:56 Billy Squier – “The Big Beat”
* 1:58 DMX – “Party Up“
* 2:06 Beastie Boys – “Intergalactic“
* 2:08 Toadies – “Possum Kingdom“
* 2:16 B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars – “Nothin’ On You“
* 2:56 DJ Jubilee – “Get It Ready, Ready!”
* 3:36 Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz featuring Ying Yang Twins – “Get Low“
* 3:48 Simon and Garfunkel – “Cecilia“
* 3:57 U2 – “Sunday Bloody Sunday
* 4:22 Third Eye Blind – “Semi-Charmed Life“
* 4:48 The Grateful Dead – “Casey Jones“
* 4:51 E-A-Ski And CMT – “Listen To The Hit”
* 4:52 INXS – “Need You Tonight“
* 5:01 Fabolous – “Young’n (Holla Back)”
* 5:35 LL Cool J – “Jinglin’ Baby”
* 5:36 The Clash – “Should I Stay or Should I Go“

6. “On and On”

* 0:00 Cream – “Sunshine of Your Love“
* 0:07 The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge and Avery Storm – “Nasty Girl“
* 1:14 Kesha – “Tik Tok“
* 1:27 Grand Funk Railroad – “We’re an American Band“
* 1:29 New Order – “Bizarre Love Triangle“
* 1:32 Birdman featuring Kevin Rudolf and Lil Wayne – “I Want It All”
* 1:55 Trina – “Pull Over”
* 2:36 Celldweller – “Frozen”
* 2:37 White Zombie – “Thunderkiss ’65″
* 2:44 Ying Yang Twins – “Wild Out”
* 3:35 Ludacris – “Everybody Drunk”
* 3:47 De La Soul – “Me Myself and I”
* 3:48 The Emotions – “Best of My Love“
* 3:57 U2 – “With or Without You“
* 4:04 Twista – “Wetter“
* 5:01 Lady Gaga – “Bad Romance“

7. “Get It Get It”

* 0:00 Lady Gaga – “Bad Romance“
* 0:00 Aphex Twin – “Windowlicker“
* 0:07 Soulja Boy – “Pretty Boy Swag“
* 1:16 Ice Cube – “You Can Do It“
* 1:29 Black Eyed Peas – “Boom Boom Pow“
* 1:34 Daft Punk – “One More Time“
* 1:47 Rage Against the Machine – “Killing in the Name“
* 1:55 Rye Rye featuring M.I.A. – “Bang“
* 2:24 Steve Miller Band – “Jungle Love“
* 2:30 Depeche Mode – “Just Can’t Get Enough“
* 2:38 Pitbull – “Hotel Room Service“
* 3:40 Kid Cudi – “Day ‘n’ Nite (Crookers Remix)”
* 3:51 The Who – “Won’t Get Fooled Again“
* 3:53 Katy Perry – “California Gurls“
* 3:54 Frankie Smith – “Double Dutch Bus“
* 4:00 Daft Punk – “Digital Love“
* 4:10 Missy Elliott featuring Ludacris – “Gossip Folks“
* 4:40 Pitbull featuring T-Pain – “Hey Baby (Drop It to the Floor)“
* 5:25 MGMT – “Kids“
* 5:31 The Grass Roots – “Let’s Live For Today“

8. “Down for the Count”

* 0:00 Belinda Carlisle – “Heaven Is a Place on Earth“
* 0:03 Ying Yang Twins – “Owhh”
* 0:18 Derek and the Dominos – “Layla“
* 0:31 B.o.B – “Haterz Everywhere”
* 1:54 Michael Jackson – “Black or White“
* 1:56 Flo Rida – “Right Round“
* 2:02 DJ Class – “I’m the Shit“
* 2:04 Crystal Waters - “Gypsy Woman“
* 2:36 Madness – “Our House”
* 2:38 Dominique Young Unique – “Show My Ass“
* 3:42 Federico Franchi - Cream
* 3:45 T. Rex – “20th Century Boy“
* 3:47 MSTRKRFT featuring N.O.R.E. – “Bounce“
* 4:48 Kylie Minogue – “Can’t Get You Out of My Head“
* 4:48 Young MC – “Bust a Move“
* 5:46 Usher – “OMG“
* 5:47 The Rapture – “House of Jealous Lovers“
* 5:54 The Temptations – “Get Ready“
* 5:56 Trick Daddy – “Shut Up“
* 6:16 2 Live Crew – “Get It Girl”

9. “Make Me Wanna”

* 0:00 Cyndi Lauper – “Time After Time“
* 0:04 Young Dro featuring Gucci Mane – “Freeze me”
* 1:02 Basement Jaxx – “Where’s Your Head At?“
* 1:18 Rick Ross – “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast)“
* 2:22 B.o.B. – “Bet I Bust“
* 2:24 Waka Flocka Flame – “Hard in da Paint“
* 2:27 Mr. Oizo – “Flat Beat“
* 3:39 Ginuwine – “Pony“
* 3:39 Arcade Fire – “Wake Up“
* 3:39 Birdman featuring Drake and Lil Wayne – “Money to Blow“
* 4:41 Radiohead – “Idioteque“
* 4:41 Yeah Yeah Yeahs – “Heads Will Roll“
* 4:42 The Isley Brothers – “Shout“

10. “Steady Shock”

* 0:00 Usher featuring Nicki Minaj – “Little Freak“
* 0:00 Travis Porter – “Go Shorty Go“
* 0:07 Blue Oyster Cult – “Don’t Fear the Reaper“
* 0:56 The Cars – “Moving In Stereo“
* 1:03 Bruce Springsteen – “Dancing in the Dark“
* 1:03 N.E.R.D. – “Everyone Nose (All the Girls Standing in the Line for the Bathroom)“
* 2:09 Supergrass – “Alright“
* 2:20 Bone Thugs-n-Harmony – “1st of tha Month“
* 3:24 Drake – “Over“
* 3:24 Collective Soul – “Shine“
* 3.25 Harvey Danger – “Flagpole Sitta“
* 3:33 A Flock of Seagulls – “I Ran“
* 4:31 OutKast – “B.O.B.“
* 4:31 Nirvana – “Aneurysm“
* 4:31 Three 6 Mafia – “Who Run It”

11. “Triple Double”

* 0:00 BeyoncĂ© – “Diva“
* 0:00 Phoenix – “1901“
* 0:07 Ludacris – “How Low“
* 1:21 SupaSTAAR featuring Gorilla Zoe and Yung Joc – “Head ‘N Shoulders“
* 1:28 Keri Hilson – “Turnin’ Me On“
* 1:31 Joe Jackson – “Steppin’ Out“
* 1:31 Lil’ Wayne – “A Milli“
* 2:56 Neil Diamond – “Cherry, Cherry“
* 3:36 Devo – “Gates of Steel“
* 3:48 Ice Cube – “Today Was a Good Day“
* 5:04 Willow Smith – “Whip My Hair“
* 5:07 The Rolling Stones – “Paint It Black“
* 5:08 Wiz Khalifa – “Black and Yellow“
* 5:17 The Young Rascals – “Good Lovin’“
* 6:23 Van Halen – “Runnin’ with the Devil“

12. “Every Day”

* 0:00 Fine Young Cannibals – “Good Thing“
* 0:00 Gucci Mane – “Gucci Time“
* 1:19 Jay-Z – “Dirt Off Your Shoulder“
* 1:20 MIMS – “Move (If You Wanna)“
* 1:21 Modern English – “I Melt with You“
* 2:46 Rich Boy – “Drop“
* 2:59 John Lennon – “Imagine“
* 3:11 UGK – “One Day”

Sunday, January 9, 2011

The Bachelors-The Bachelors(2000)

That dirty bird gutter rap from the bay. Filled with foul language, party pimpin', girls and drugs. Z Man & Vrse Mrphy are The Bachelors. Recommended.

1. Attack and Slur
2. Spy Life
3. The Uninvited
4. For the Weasels
5. My Love
6. Lykus
7. Early Mornin' Stank
8. Sperm Man
9. Rat Poison
10. Will You Please Let Me Sleep
11. Living Single
12. Broken Condoms

P.E.A.C.E.-Walking on Water

Friday, January 7, 2011

Girls-Broken Dreams Club(2010)

The San Franciscan songwriting duo Girls, comprised of Christopher Owens and Chet JR White, return with their sophmore release...It's So good.