Time between me reading about the "Telefunkin" remix and me actually hearing it: 11.5 years.
― Tim F, Saturday, 12 February 2011 23:27 (3 years ago) Permalink
Pretty sure I bought that Tingles for the Gurley mix, but passed over that Artful remix - but it sounds pretty good on my laptop.
― Chewshabadoo, Sunday, 13 February 2011 09:26 (3 years ago) Permalink
oh man my fav jam finally made it to youtube ... i spent way too much getting a vinyl copy of the 1st sound of the pirates (all the tracks on it were unmixed) so I could get this... it didnt exist on mp3 as far as I could tell!! the only way you could get it was the clipped 3 minute mixed version from the pirates CD, which missed out on the awesome instrumental part in the 2nd half of the song. I like this so much more than the rdj original. so amazing
― lebroner (D-40), Monday, 30 May 2011 23:11 (3 years ago) Permalink
(the dope-ass instrumental part cut from the sound of the pirates mix starts at like 3:20 or just after)
― lebroner (D-40), Monday, 30 May 2011 23:13 (3 years ago) Permalink
What's the song? I can't see the youtube clip at work.
― Tim F, Monday, 30 May 2011 23:15 (3 years ago) Permalink
oh sorry -- roy davis jr - 'gabriel' large joints remix
― lebroner (D-40), Monday, 30 May 2011 23:22 (3 years ago) Permalink
vocals by chicago's own peven everett iirc
― lebroner (D-40), Monday, 30 May 2011 23:24 (3 years ago) Permalink
This is amazing fiyah.
― The Reverend, Monday, 30 May 2011 23:41 (3 years ago) Permalink
― r|t|c, Monday, 30 May 2011 23:42 (3 years ago) Permalink
Yeah love this one.
― Tim F, Monday, 30 May 2011 23:50 (3 years ago) Permalink
big ups rtc and deej
― The Reverend, Monday, 30 May 2011 23:58 (3 years ago) Permalink
Rev have you not heard The Sound of the Pirates?
― Tim F, Tuesday, 31 May 2011 00:27 (3 years ago) Permalink
No. I'm basically totally ignorant about dance music from before I got into dance music.
― The Reverend, Tuesday, 31 May 2011 00:30 (3 years ago) Permalink
I must correct this. The Gabriel remix is a pretty good indicator of the sound of much of the mix.
― Tim F, Tuesday, 31 May 2011 00:35 (3 years ago) Permalink
fuck i really need to listen to tim's mixes
― J0rdan S., Tuesday, 31 May 2011 01:05 (3 years ago) Permalink
Dreem Teem In Session #2 (posted upthread) was nearly my choice for J0rdan S listening club, ruled out on the technicality of being late 1997.
― Tim F, Tuesday, 31 May 2011 01:37 (3 years ago) Permalink
i have third dimension (disc 2) on my comp
― J0rdan S., Tuesday, 31 May 2011 01:39 (3 years ago) Permalink
fwiw I have bumping this like hella since I heard it on the local r&b station's old school hour a while back. Don't remember hearing it at the time tho.
― The Reverend, Tuesday, 31 May 2011 01:44 (3 years ago) Permalink
Coochy Coo the X-Men Remixes 12"a review by gareth metford of release format Coochy Coo the X-Men Remixes 12" by En-Core (CD Album)
textFor pop music, the gothic has proved both an enduring source of imagery and, more importantly, a repository of moods unattainable without reference to that sense, articulated so cogently by H.P. Lovecraft, that "human laws and interests and emotions have no validity or significance in the vast cosmos at large". In dance music, it was largely the advent of electronics which enabled producers to begin to access the gothic stance: from Jamie Principle's shell-shocked 'Baby Wants to Ride', which posits both love and God as fictive elements in "a fascist dream", to Dom & Roland's scouringly bleak future-world schematics, its materialist, anti-soul aesthetic has been a frequent visitor to clubland ever since. X-men's 2-step remixes of 'Coochy Coo', originally a rather mundane four-to-the-floor stomper which would not sound out of place on daytime Radio 1, reside squarely in this tradition. Both their 'Club Mix' and their 'Dancefloor Dub' revolve around a slithery, sub-centric bassline pinioned by an ominous arpeggiated synth refrain, seemingly lifted directly from one of John Carpenter's DIY horror soundtracks. However, it is the vocals which really trip one up: drenched in breathy atmospherics, they slip and slide, flicker and blur with an expressiveness one does not really expect from UK garage, sounding at times more akin to Swans' Jarboe or Dead Can Dance's Lisa Gerrard than the usual mellifluous R&B divas. In speaking so powerfully of an individual human subject, they recall Marx's assertion that human emancipation begins with a rejection of religion's doctrine of ineffable spirit - with the understanding that, to quote Lovecraft again, "matter, it appears, really is exactly what 'spirit' was always supposed to be."
Posted by gareth metford at 00:00, 29 May 2000
― r|t|c, Tuesday, 5 July 2011 12:42 (3 years ago) Permalink
Ladies and gentlemen, gareth metford.
― Tim F, Tuesday, 5 July 2011 13:04 (3 years ago) Permalink
oh idk, it rather caught me up in a nostalgic tide. all that millenial crit swag washed away by lolz and imo's like tears in the rain. who was gareth metford irl then, and who would he be in print now? a titchy, a jimi, a dog latin perhaps. but back then was he not so much more than himself! look upon him, wings spread and soaring over the cultural wasteland, a mutant superbeing irradiated by books n shit. to the air gareth! take to the air once more!
oh alright, never mind.
― r|t|c, Tuesday, 5 July 2011 13:40 (3 years ago) Permalink
that x-men remix he's on about is banging tho alie
since it's not on the tubes
― r|t|c, Tuesday, 5 July 2011 13:53 (3 years ago) Permalink
told me to download this http://www.allmusic.com/album/ayia-napa-the-album-r494321/review
& sent me links to various songs in this poll
― J0rdan S., Wednesday, January 12, 2011 8:20 AM (1 year ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink
man this mix is so good!
― just sayin, Monday, 23 April 2012 08:34 (2 years ago) Permalink
Yeah it's one of my favourite mixes ever.
― Tim F, Monday, 23 April 2012 09:26 (2 years ago) Permalink
A five woman choir did an accapella version of Flowers at my brother's wedding the other week. Goosebumps.
― I wish to incorporate disco into my small business (chap), Monday, 23 April 2012 10:39 (2 years ago) Permalink
That sounds incredible and what a great, original idea!
― boxedjoy, Monday, 23 April 2012 12:30 (2 years ago) Permalink
glass houses and all that but is this review even in english, i'm struggling here
― r|t|c, Monday, 23 April 2012 12:53 (2 years ago) Permalink
I think he was sent a flyer for "Ayia Napa: the Tour".
― Tim F, Monday, 23 April 2012 13:48 (2 years ago) Permalink