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FLOWER DANCE

September 25, 2011

MP3 Browning PI – Flower Dance

Tracks

01. Lindsey Buckingham – D.W. Suite
02. Les McCann – Go On And Cry
03. The Ivy League – That’s Why I’m Crying
04. Outkast – Two Dope Boyz (In A Caddilac)
05. Monica Zetterlund – Visa från Utanmyra
06. Harvey Mandel – Christo Redentor
07. Sizzla – Give Me A Try
08. Ricky Eat Acid – Only Girl
09. DJ Screw – Sailin´ Da South
10. UGK – Back, Front & Back
11. Letherette – Eye To Eye
12. Michel Gonet – Flower Dance
13. Raekwon – Snake Pond
14. James Taylor – Something In The Way She Moves (BP Dub)
15. Mono/poly – Needs Deodorant
16. Dru Down – Ice Cream Man
17. Bambounou – Dock Request (Lunice Remix)
18. Four Tet – Locked
19. Young Edits featuring Jeremih – Chapter 2 (Birthday Sex)
20. Young Edits featuring James Blake – Chapter 3 (Limit to Your Love)
21. Diplo – Rollin´ (Inst.)
22. Terius Nash – Wake Me When It’s Over
23. Ricky Eat Acid – No Hands
24. Three 6 Mafia – I´m So High
25. Aaliyah – Death Of A Playa
26. One Way Feat. Al Hudson – Don’t Stop (Ever Loving Me)
27. Ryan Lesle feat. Cassie & Fabolous – Addiction (Instrumental)
28. Rayko – Drunkcat
29. Ladytron – White Gold
30. Parental Advisory – Ghetto Headhunters
31. Lunice – Hip Pop
32. Midnight Star – Curious
33. Kokane – From The Funk To The Back
34. Leo Mathisen – Take It Easy
35. Aaliyah – Rock The Boat (Dam-Funk Remix)
36. Yoko Ono – Let The Tears Dry

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DIRTCHAMBER

May 24, 2010

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 1)

Tracks

1. Intro Beats – taken from Run-D.M.C.’s “Here We Go (Live at the Funhouse)”.
2. Rasmus, “Punk Shock” (1998) – is mislabeled as “Tonto’s Release” in the CD booklet.
3. Hardnoise, “Untitled” (1991)
4. The Chemical Brothers, “Chemical Beats” (1995)
5. Ultramagnetic MCs, “Kool Keith Housing Things” (1988)
6. Lightnin’ Rod featuring Jalal, “Sport” (1988)
7. Ultramagnetic MCs, “Give the Drummer Some” (1988)
8. Time Zone, “Wildstyle” (1983)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 2)

Tracks

1. Bomb the Bass, “Bug Powder Dust” (1994)
2. Trouble Funk, “Pump Me Up” (1984)
3. The Charlatans, “How High” (1997)
4. The Prodigy, “Poison” (1995)
5. Jane’s Addiction, “Been Caught Stealing” (1990)
6. Tim Dog featuring KRS-One, “I Get Wrecked” (1993)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 3)

Tracks

1. Babe Ruth, “The Mexican” (1972)
2. The B-Boys, “Rock the House” (1983)
3. The Chemical Brothers, “(The Best Part of) Breaking Up” (1996)
4. Word of Mouth, “King Kut” (1985)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 4)

Tracks

1. DJ Mink, “Hey Hey Can You Relate” (Instrumental) (1990)
2. The KLF, “What Time Is Love” (1988)
3. Bones Breaks, “Funky Acid Makossa” (1988)
4. Bones Breaks, “Shafted Off” (1988)
5. Bones Breaks, “And the Break Goes Again” (1988)
6. Meat Beat Manifesto, “Radio Babylon” (1990)
7. Herbie Hancock, “Rockit” (1983)
8. The Prodigy, “Smack My Bitch Up” (1997)
9. Public Enemy, Public Enemy No. 1 (1987)
10. The 45 King, “900 Number” (1992)
11. The Prodigy, Molotov Bitch (1996)
12. Propellerheads, “Spybreak!” (1997)
13. Beastie Boys, “It’s the New Style” (1986)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 5)

Tracks
1. Sex Pistols, “New York” (1977)
2. Fatboy Slim, “Punk to Funk” (1996)
3. Medicine, “I’m Sick” (1997)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 6)

Tracks
1. D.S.T., “The Home of Hip Hop” (1985)
2. JVC Force, “Strong Island” (1984)
3. Primal Scream, “Kowalski” (1997)
4. Beastie Boys, “Time to Get Ill” (1986)
5. Barry White, “I’m Gonna Love You a Little More Babe” (1973)
6. Public Enemy, “Public Enemy No. 1” (1987)
7. The JB’s, “Blow Your Head” (1974)
8. T La Rock, “Breakin’ Bells” (1993)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 7)

Tracks

1. LL Cool J, “Get Down” (1987)
2. Digital Underground, “The Humpty Dance” (1989)
3. Uptown, “Dope on Plastic” (1989)
4. Coldcut, “Beats and Pieces” (1987)

MP3 Liam Howlett – Dirtchamber Sessions Vol. 1 (Part 8)

Tracks

1. London Funk Allstars, “Sure Shot” (1995)
2. West Street Mob, “Break Dancin’ (Electric Boogie)” (1983)
3. Hijack, “Doomsday of Rap” (1988)
4. Renegade Soundwave, “Ozone Breakdown” (1988)
5. The Beginning of the End, “Funky Nassau” (1971)
6. The Jimmy Castor Bunch, “It’s Just Begun” (1972)

OPTIMOGEDDON

April 27, 2010

The last night of Optimo (Espacio).
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

Thanks to Ripped In Glasgow.

METRONOME

December 2, 2009

Cousin Cole is, by now, no stranger to the readers of this blog. Nice as he is, he sent over this four minute preview of an remix he did of late 70´s punk band Manicured Noise.

“Hey guys
Here’s my latest remix, coming out Monday on Caroline True records. Manicured Noise was a late 70s post-punk band from Manchester — I was asked to remix their song “Metronome” for a remix EP along with mixes from Pocketknife, Jon Da Silva (resident at the legendary Hacienda club in the 80s/90s), and Wedderkopp + Taylor.

I took the song on a pretty different direction from the original (big sax!) and it has gotten a great response with all kinds of crowds as I’ve been playing it out over the past few months — probably the biggest response of anything I’ve done recently.

The label gave me a short edit to send out to blogs, so feel free to post this. It’s missing the second half of the track (with the big breakdown), but it’s a good bitrate.”

MP3 Manicured Noise – Metronome (Cousin Cole Remix SHORT PROMO EDIT)

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