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With the blending, I was very strict with myself as at any rate, rethe entiretyy trying to blend in key and not just throw hip hop vocals over the latest indie favorite, and trying to be as true to the tracks' original pitch and tempo as possible. In that spirit, I spend the rest of the show barreling through one or two LIVE 105 hip hop favorites, sullied only by the presence of the awful "Smells Love Funk," included due to the Pewhen' presence on the lineup of an upcoming LIVE 105 concert. Although whatever the big scronky breakbeat track is (which I and don't know--anyone?) from Soundhog's mix, is pretty enjoyment. Chemical Brothers - Elektrobank Commentary: Well, we go from a couple medium-to-suitable Mixxez as well as plummet by the book back to the gutter. All I remember from it is being afraid also the solutionser having us stop so he could say "Um, Ben, could you stop moving your head back also forth so much," since apparently in my nervousness I was wobbling back also forth like Stevie Wonder on stormy seas.

Of course, mostly they were just expressions of wdetestver b mood I was in at the time, but now and then I managed to crawl up out of my morass of despair long enough to notice one or twothing in the outside world and name the show after that. A few nice electro type sounds then take over -- so much easier than mixing other genres! Big ups to genre innovator Dsico, but wow, that Motor Inn track is just abysmal, there must have been a number of reason I played it, like, Iggy Pop died or a number ofthing? Of course the best bit of the whole show is cribbed from a 2a fewdjs CD -- their sped-up and looped bits of Prince and Inner City have more excitement and chutzpa than anything else in this set. Yeeouch! Otherwise, exorbitantlights include the Devo/Strokes thing (that I should have me into a standalone mwhilehup) and good old U2 vs. *** Sam & Max Episode 105: Reality 2.0 full game free pc *** The high-speed rock-ish section from Killers to Franz is standard but effective, and there are some nice moments later admire a hint of NERD higher than DJ Shadow's "Organ Donor.

Freehome, as mentioned before, bring ond his genius rework of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" using only the original song, altered and rearranged, as agent material. Sharey Engbecome oldmentn Scientific Sixx Mixx Score: 9/10 SIXX MIXX 107b - 11/19/2005 Right-click for download of broadcast version: 32MB mp3 Listen: Sixx Mixx 107b - 11/19/2005 - Nine Inch Nails / Queens of the Stone Age Special 1. The apropos of nothing venture into early '80s dance-rap along with amuses me, LA Dream Team and Newcleus were amid tracks I heard on a radio station in Omaha when I was like 13 or so and totsupporter changed my life, but why I'm playing them now who knows or cares. Of course, 7 Nation Army has to make another manifestation (at the end of this project I'll be counting up tracks to see what the most played songs were over the course of the show, but accept me just say that this is the 14th episode in which 7 Nation Army appears in a number of form or another). I can't remember exactly why--maybe I'd already started next week's episode or a number ofthing? I could have renumbered all the Mixxez after the fact, but so a couple people already knew the numbered episodes, that seemed like a bad idea.

There was heaps of time spent at the hospital, and then I, take pleasure in a good Nebraskan, aemptyed my emotions by burying myself in work. And then a new Streets jam (manalogousg The Streets happen in America was like my life goal at LIVE 105 around this time -- I literbest friend just put like 5 Streets songs in the station audio computer so that the DJs would just throw them in plus it got to the point where they started getting played enough that they'd show up on our station charts in Mediabase. "Egregious Affairs of state Platter" was released seven days anons on January 11 and features Sam and Max as host the hosts of television show Egregious Affairs of state Platter, discussing the philosophers Socrates and Descartes. And remember the show just aired once a week so if I trustd in a track and wanted to give it some attention, anyways, I was playing it a couple of weeks in a row. No point to the inclusion of "Rock Jacket" here either and boy, "We Choose Your Creature" prepared not stand the test of time very well either.

Perhaps not coincidentally, the White Stripes often talked about performeric restrictions actually serving while stimulus for creativity (their album De Stijl is named after an performeric adjustmentment with that while a philosophy), and the debut of one of my favorite mwhilehups opens up the show. After the smthe whole thing but basic victoryes of the previous two shows, this is a big step back -- why didn't I just play a repeat?? -- and can safely be ignored. Clever to match up the computer arpeggios from Missy Elliott and LCD Soundsystem with their grandparents Kraftwerk, but I'm not sure it's that much fun to listen to, and then more Kraftwerk, with the first apperance of a mashup that ended up being a favorite with a handful fanatics but I always even ift was kinda half-hearted. The obscure Kasabian remix makes more sense if you accept as true with that LIVE 105 excess five Kasabian songs to its playlist around this time. I love the dancey little Basement Jaxx section -- kind of wish I hpromotional mpromotionale a full mashup out of the Chamber Brothers combo -- and of course the Tortazo combo with REM is deligthful.

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