16 mars 2007, 18h40min a bit less than two years, i just got over the 30 thousand tracks played mark. that's a lot, considering it implies an average of 42 tracks played daily. 8% of which are The Smiths' songs.
16 mars 2007, 14h14mi have finally managed to make my track submission to function from my computer at work. this will add a bit of diversity and raise the play count of my favorite tracks faster. which is always good :)
12 mars 2007, 17h26m
27 déc. 2006, 3h41mthis one is a fave of the old school hip hop fans.
Missy Elliott is known for sampling rap/hip hop/r&b and even pop classics (such as Heart of Glass and Hot Music) but to achieve the desired 80's club sound in Lose Control she dug up one of the finest and most influential early hip hop singles, Clear, which was largely inspired by Kraftwerk on its own right. there is also a short Body Work sentence used over and over.
21 déc. 2006, 13h42mFreak like me
one of the most successful uses of sampling in recent years in my humble opinion. the song is an Adina Howard cover (which also inspired the Spork version, released shortly after the Sugarbabes hit #1 in the UK), which was originally a #2 US hit but the real hook is the heavy use of a Are 'Friends' Electric? sample. Gary Numan has given two thumbs up to the mashup numerous times.
28 nov. 2006, 13h58mThe Headmaster Ritual
Is It Really So Strange?
What She Said
Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
Sweet and Tender Hooligan
Suffer Little Children
Pretty Girls Make Graves
of course that's nowhere near the full list of my fave songs but i tried to narrow it down as much as possible. i also tried to avoid obvious stuff. but it wasnt that hard.