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    Busy Signals – Baby’s First Beats (2000)
    track 11 is called Constantly Awesome and so
    is the full album 😉



    </font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font> Don’t even know if this is allowed on a J/Dino page:

    Jay-Z – MTV unplugged

    Can’t help listening to a little rap once in a while….
    </font><hr></blockquote><font>Samwise, don’t sweat it. There are lots of people here who listen to hip-hop; probably more still who won’t admit it. I’ve heard good things about that Jay-Z record, but haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet. I heard the Roots were his backup band for that performance, or at least ?uestlove; is that true?

    </font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font> A cd full of highly illegal mixes like:

    Nirvana/Destiny’s Child – Smells like booty
    Strokes/Christina Aguilera – A stroke of genius
    Sealion Dion vs Cigar Ros – Bium Bium Bambalo (in which the Titanic crashes into Iceland instead of an iceberg….. )</font><hr></blockquote><font>Hey den buck, One of my favorite Napster finds was Christina Aguilera’s "Genie in a Bottle", sung over "C.R.E.A.M." by the Wu-Tang Clan. Just the best!

    In my Stereo:

    Fiona Apple, "When the Pawn…"
    D’Angelo, "Voodoo"
    Reverend Horton Heat, "Smoke Em if you Got Em"
    Marilyn Manson, "The Last Tour on Earth"



    Bucky Ramone

    </font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font>Originally posted by rosa:
    Hey den buck, One of my favorite Napster finds was Christina Aguilera’s "Genie in a Bottle", sung over "C.R.E.A.M." by the Wu-Tang Clan. Just the best!
    [/QB]</font><hr></blockquote><font>Some more fine mixes (legal and illegal) can be found at the site of the F***ing DeWaele Brothers (aka Soulwax)

    ….and the 2manydjs site tells the complete story of the great (and completely legal) mix-cd by those 2 Belgian brothers….



    Rosa, the Roots did provide backup for Jay Z. It was an improvement, but I still don’t like his Rapping.



    To brighten up a grey day…

    Diana Ross & The Supremes, Compact command performances 20 greatest hits.

    Wicked songs, I Hear A Symphony, Love Is Like An Itch In My Heart and You Can’t Hurry Love…TOO COOL. Wonder if The Jam paid any royalties for using parts of You Can’t Hurry Love in their song Town Called Malice…pretty close <img>

    Hellacopters/Flaming Sideburns split EP…White Trash Soul, just can’t get enuf of those Smokey Robinson covers, but Hey! <img>

    Allison <img>



    </font><blockquote><font>quote:</font><hr><font> Some more fine mixes (legal and illegal) can be found at the site of the F***ing DeWaele Brothers (aka Soulwax) </font><hr></blockquote><font>Hey den buck, I checked out the site. Listened to Smells Like Booty with my hand clamped over my mouth to stifle the laughter! It’s so…WRONG…and yet it’s so GOOD….

    Thanks for linking to that site; I’m gonna check back from time to time.



    Matty qui-9

    Wilco- yankee foxtrot…
    Dino Jr.- Ear bleading country
    My Bloddy Valentine-Loveless
    Versus-Two Cents plus tax
    Jay-Z- Unplugged
    Fazer- (their new album I’m working on now)



    Matty-Versus`s 2 Cents Plus Tax is an awesome album <img>

    Listened to some old albums this weekend:
    Dinosaur Jr-Where You Been
    Bettie Serveert-Lamprey
    Husker Du-Flip Your Wig
    Ramones-Leave Home
    Shangri La`s-Best Of
    Versus-Dead Leaves
    Dinosaur Jr-Whatever`s Cool With Me
    Buffalo Tom-Sleepy Eyed
    Social Distortion-White Light White Heat White Trash
    Fugazi-End Hits
    Grifters-One Sock Missing

    ps-Allison-the Afghan Whigs do a cool cover of the Supremes-I Hear A Symphony mixed with My World Is Empty Without You,I`ll look for it on AG later and send it out if it`s there.

    <small>[ 04-08-2002, 08:23 AM: Message edited by: Salamiguy ]</small>


    Matty qui-9

    It is a great album, I was talking to James at the last gig they played here in chicago, he told me they were over budget on that record even before they finished overdubs. so on hurrah they tracked and mixed it all themselves for a fraction of the cost. You can hear the sonic difference, but the songs are so good it really doesn’t bother me.
    I’m looking forward to their next effort.

    p.s. I really like the afgan whigs, i would love to hear dulli do the supremes. alas AG doesn’t support macs yet

    <small>[ 04-08-2002, 08:41 PM: Message edited by: Matty Qui-9 ]</small>



    Matty-yeah,Two Cents Plus Tax does sound like a big budget record,great sound they got,Hurrah does sound pretty good as well,cool that it cost them less.On the Deep Red ep they cut it in a book store I think(Rare Book Room in NYC,is it a book store?Cat Power recorded there as well)you could tell it was`nt a big budget deal but it worked.I like bands recording in weird places like Eleventh Dream Day recorded one of their records in a barn on a farm in Kentucky.Can`t wait for the next Versus album,hopefully they`ll have one out soon.

    If you want to check out the Whigs doing their motown thing,the What Jail Is Like ep had that Supremes song I mentioned,as well as a great cover of Dark End Of The Street.Also check out the Uptown Avondale ep which has covers of Al Green,Freda Payne,as well as the Supremes songs.

    <small>[ 04-09-2002, 09:18 AM: Message edited by: 100% Canadian Salami ]</small>


    Long Distance Drunk

    Fugazi–the Argument–I said I didn’t like it when I first got it, because it wasn’t a Fugazi disk. And its not. Its better.
    Henry’s Dress–S/T
    Husker Du–Land Speed Record
    My neighbors hate me know.



    Hey Hit The Wine
    I have the Henry`s Dress self titled album too,did`nt think too many people heard of them,they were from New Mexico,which does`nt seem the place for indie rock,problably why they moved to California.They kinda remind me of Eric`s Trip;definitely stuff to drive your neighbours nuts <img>


    Long Distance Drunk

    Henry’s Dress was in a documentry about indie/DIY/post-punk bands called Songs for Cassevettes. Also featured are Sleater-Kinney, Dub Narcotic, and Unwound. Truely worth a watch. Henry’s Dress is awesome, totally loud yet insanely infectous. I am getting a copy of "Bust ’em Green" in the mail. Its supposed to be even better.



    Billie Holiday-Lady In Autumn
    Come-Gently Down The Stream



    Timesbold – Woe Be Gone ….
    My Morning Jacket/Songs Ohia Split EP
    Nacho Vegas/Aroah – Seis Canciones Desde El Norte

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