Archive for October, 2011
Here’s a treat for you tricks…
Nothing better than a devil mix on devils night, right?!?
Perfect for ditch parties or while spray painting pentagrams on sewer walls!
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judas priest – the ripper – 1975
mercyful fate – into the coven – 1983
black sabbath (ozzy) – into the void – 1971
iron maiden – revelations – 1983
black widow – sacrifice – 1970
here’s to my sweet satan (backward mask skit)
dio – holy diver – 1983
motley crue – shout at the devil – 1983
ac/dc – hell’s bells – 1980
ozzy – suicide solution – 1981
iron maiden – the number of the beast – 1982
children and satanism psa
robert johnson – me and the devil blues – 1937
melvin van peebles – (if you see a devil) smash him – 1971
willie hutch – the mark of the beast – 1975
black sabbath (ozzy) – sweet leaf (acapella) – 1971
aphrodite’s child – all the seats were occupied – 1972
slayer – hell awaits – 1985
black sabbath (dio) – voodoo – 1981
coven – black sabbath – 1969
black sabbath (ozzy) – supernaut – 1972
slayer – the antichrist – 1983
destruction – antichrist – 1985
venom – in league with satan – 1981
sarcofago – nightmare – 1987
aphrodite’s child – the beast – 1972
jimmy page – lucifer rising – 1973
Check for the digital release @ Beatport which has a dub version of the Emperor Machine remix.
Here’s a quick mix I layed down for our new night, enjoy.
A CrookOne FFFreak! Sampler Mix
Evelyn King – Get Loose
Kenny G – Do Me Right
Ozone – (Our Hearts) Will Always Shine
Nona Hendryx – B-Boys
Stacy Lattisaw – Dynamite!
Dynasty – Check It Out
Aleem – Release Yourself
Fallen Angel – Minnesota Strip
Aurra – Make Up Your Mind
Skyy – Won’t You Be Mine
Ripped this awhile back for Grampian Mountains. To this day since the 80′s, it’s never left my crates.
From the old school physical to the new school virtual crates. As Alway straight to the DUB version.
The Egyptian Lover & Arabian Prince – live on Dublab’s “Sounds of Symmetry” Proton Drive (11.22.10)
“What does it feel like when two legends mesmerize your ears at same time? Well let us start from the beginning. The Egyptian Lover and Arabian Prince’s camel train pulled into the alley outside of the dublab HQ under a blazing Sun. In the desert heat their harem was swirling sensuously, gold silks flapped in the wind and incense smoke curled sweetly through the air. Soon our studio was bumping to the sounds of these dual rulers of the electro-funk realm. The speaker boxes blasted hieroglyphs and other ancient codes into the air. Each beat came alive like a cobra swaying to a song of divine circuitry. With the royalty in full control dublab’s studio glimmered and shook gloriously. This was not an momentary flash affair. It’s here forever like the pyramids. So listen up and become entranced by these spells. The Egyptian Lover and Arabian Prince are here to invoke immortal energy.”
- Via Dublab
Christian Marclay is, in the words of critic Thom Jurek, perhaps the “unwitting inventor of turntablism.” His own use of turntables and records, beginning in the late 1970s, was developed independently of but roughly parallel to hip hop’s use of the instrument.
Chaka steps to the drums at 3:17