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Mongolot
Aug 26, 2006

Kazuo Misaki Superfan #1

"I just like to punch people"

The other day a friend introduced me to the Girl Talk album "Night Ripper" and I can't get enough of it. I've never heard anything like this (I usually listen to mostly rock music), but I've always had a bit of a guilty pleasure when it comes to top 40 pop music and I had a blast picking out all kinds of unexpected songs from my past.

I did a bit of research into Girl Talk, and got his second album, but I find it to be much less enjoyable than Night Ripper. I know he's working on a new album that is supposed to drop in the near future, but I was wondering if there are a whole bunch of guys like him that I have simply never heard of.

Is there anyone else out there doing the same kind of music, with the same kind of talent? I would love to get my hands on a few more mashup albums as tight as Night Ripper.

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incoherent
Apr 24, 2004

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Here are a few you might like:

Royal Rumble
Villains
A plus D
The hood internet

Alternative you can Google Daft punk mash up and get a trillion hits and go from there.

jeff8472
Dec 28, 2000

He died from watch-in-ass disease

Not nearly as ADD as Girl Talk, but Kleptones "Night at the Hip Hopera" and "24 Hours" are awesome. The first is all using Queen music, with lots of different songs mixed in. The second is more eclectic. Also try to find some of Party Ben's Sixx Mixx's. They are half hour mixes with tons of different mashups from other artists.

jeff8472 fucked around with this message at 02:23 on May 19, 2008

we die together
Apr 18, 2005
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http://www.myspace.com/worshipludachrist is pretty rad.

You can download a full mix on the myspace.

we die together fucked around with this message at 02:28 on May 19, 2008

gman5959
May 17, 2008

I think she's a honey. Look at those jugs.

These Outlaws Mixes are pretty great. Same thing as what Girl Talk is doing just these guys release it as one long track. they have a bunch out but I really like this one. The selections they make are pretty random and fun. Might be just what you are looking for man.


http://www.ilovetheoutlaws.com/Mixe..._For_Anyone.mp3

here is where you can hear the other ones. they have them all at their site.

http://www.ilovetheoutlaws.com/

Also in case you havn't already heard em the Ratatat remixes are pretty awesome. Its not so much mash ups but same idea of taking verses from other songs and switching it up. Its also not quite as dancey. id start with volume 2.

http://www.ratatatmusic.com/news.html

If you like night ripper there are some pretty good mixes floating around somewhere that he does for his live shows. Might even find some of it on youtube if you look. The live stuff is great and its all similar to night ripper her just uses more recent songs. New album on the way too.

gman5959 fucked around with this message at 03:16 on May 19, 2008

Senator Mongo
Jul 1, 2007
Bad Motha Fucka

My friend recently got me into some mash up stuff too, that albums great.

If you like that you might like:
DJ Z-Trip: He's amazing live and he has a few albums.

DJ Cappel and Smitty: Blue Eyes Meets Bed Stuy: Notorious B.I.G. Vs Frank Sinatra
This is a mashup between the two artists mentioned and it is amazing how well the two mixed together.

Jay-Zeezer: The Black and Blue Album
This one also mashed really well. Much better than the Jay-Z Linkin Park collab

Danger Mouse: The Grey Album
I don't know why everyone loves to mix poo poo with Jay-Z but it works again, this time with the Beatles White Album.

If youre looking to get into some fun DJ and Producer stuff that isnt directly mash-ups you could also check out:

DJ Shadow: Most of his albums are great, I really like Preemptive Strike. He gets really intense so be prepared. He also has a great collaborative album with Dan the Automator of the Gorillaz called Bombay the Hard Way that uses a lot of Bollywood sound bites. Its bizarre and amusing while still being awesome because of the great producers.

Lemon Jelly: This band consists of two british producers. They have three albums last I checked. The first two are more about mixing and looping odd sounds like BBC clips and such and the third is much more beat oriented with a lot more funk and club influence.

Otach
Jan 6, 2007
YTMND / SA goer

we die together posted:

http://www.myspace.com/worshipludachrist is pretty rad.

You can download a full mix on the myspace.

im literally laughing my fuckin rear end off at 'hotle cali crunk'
I mean wtf
hahaha

Dr. Zorters
Jan 7, 2008


http://www.myspace.com/carstereowars

Car stereo wars is very similar to Girl talk. I actually like his cd more than Night Ripper.

Cart
Sep 28, 2004

They see me rollin...


You immediately need to get your hands on some Soulwax/2 Many DJs mixtapes, namely the "As Heard On Radio Soulwax" series (try Pt.2 for starters). It's exactly what you're looking for, although it skews slightly less top 40.

It seems Girl Talk's more predictable in his style, what with classic rock beats and modern rap lyrics. Soulwax is a shitload more eclectic and utterly fantastic for it.

Also nthing Jay-Zeezer, Kleptones and Dangermouse, I personally liked Dean Grey's "American Edit" as well as far as mash-up albums goes.

Gaspar Lewis
Nov 30, 2007

by Lowtax


Cart posted:

Kleptones and Dangermouse, I personally liked Dean Grey's "American Edit" as well as far as mash-up albums goes.

Agreed on all counts, as well as Party Ben's old Sixx Mixxes, and Soulwax, and Hood Internet, and everything else, too (if to a lesser degree), but if we're bringing up Dean Gray, why not address the second half of the duo?

Team 9 hasn't been exactly active in a few months, but he is definitely the backbone of Dean Gray. He's mostly doing his own stuff now, but if you dig around, you can find some pretty drat amazing tracks from a few years ago. I'd link his site, but it seems like it's busted at the moment.

In the meantime, how about a little Go Home Productions to brighten your day? He used to have every mash-up he ever did in 16 volumes of .zip files, but I guess he had them up long enough. Still, now he's got a quickie mash album up while he, too, works on some original material.

A Childhood Friend
Jan 26, 2005

I feel it, I feel the cosmos

A-Trak - Dirty South Dance. I feel it is immensely better than anything Girl Talk has done. Also, Skylab is great.

pig guts
Apr 12, 2008



we die together posted:

http://www.myspace.com/worshipludachrist is pretty rad.

You can download a full mix on the myspace.

Haha, this is loving retarded. In a good way.

tommej
Apr 18, 2007

by Fistgrrl


bootie! http://bootieusa.com/bestofbootie2007/index.htm

Gaspar Lewis
Nov 30, 2007

by Lowtax


we die together posted:

http://www.myspace.com/worshipludachrist is pretty rad.

You can download a full mix on the myspace.

...oh gently caress...
"Hotel Cali Crunk" kills.
"Bangfest Clip 2" kills.
"Bangfest Clip 3" kills.

These guys have caught my interest.

GOP
May 19, 2007

by Ozmaugh


http://www.myspace.com/hulkbreed1

No. No.... Not really.

Mash ups are only fun if you own two turntables.

Hamclam
Jan 19, 2005

I got in one little fight and my mom got scared she said "You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air!"


Lucky Strike http://www.myspace.com/mashupsbyluckystrike



Download his album for free here http://music.download.com/luckystri...ing_song_artist


track listing http://www.facebook.com/discography...?aid=6848752887

Mongolot
Aug 26, 2006

Kazuo Misaki Superfan #1

"I just like to punch people"

I just came home from work and I feel like a kid at christmas, looking at heaps of unopened gifts as I check this thread. Thanks for all the suggestions, looks like it's time to dance around my apartment all day long and hope nobody happens to glance through one of my windows

Edit: I just found a one hour long video of Girl Talk rocking a New Year's eve party, and he starts his set in a suit and ends it naked! It's fantastic, the party looks super pumpin and the music is fanstastic. Check it out: http://youtube.com/watch?v=Guv67H3WPDE

Mongolot fucked around with this message at 14:26 on May 19, 2008

iheartboneez
Jan 15, 2008

*points to armadilznick*


Easter Egg 4 sure. They are like music twins.

https://www.myspace.com/eastereggmusic

89407G966EHLO389EO
Apr 27, 2005

TOP DOG


Edit: Mistaken

89407G966EHLO389EO fucked around with this message at 20:54 on Oct 5, 2015

SHIT POST MALONE
Feb 4, 2005

I was born down. You know this.



Ugh, no. This disc is loving awful.

Seraphis_Set posted:

Great bootleg from a set he did at the Chop Suey in Seattle. This one sounds like more of a direct feed off of the soundboard with crowd noise. "Nuckin, Buckin, Gettin' Some + Lay It Back and Drop It" is pretty much the same closer he used when I caught him in Pontiac.

http://www.goodweatherforairstrikes...seattle-012707/

I recorded this set and it's not a soundboard. Just a pair of mics I flew on a stand in the back of the venue.

And as long as we're linking poo poo we probably shouldn't be, here are the FLACs: http://iamserio.us/2007/01/28/girl-talk-2007-01-27/

SHIT POST MALONE fucked around with this message at 16:47 on May 19, 2008

JaWs
Jan 4, 2008


I love Night Ripper as well. However, I went to see Girl Talk in March at the University of Rochester and he was pretty awful. His opener was even worse. That said, I'm not all that excited for his upcoming album.

As for mashup stuff, Audiobytes for Autobots is all right.

89407G966EHLO389EO
Apr 27, 2005

TOP DOG


Bucket Joneses posted:

I recorded this set and it's not a soundboard. Just a pair of mics I flew on a stand in the back of the venue.

And as long as we're linking poo poo we probably shouldn't be, here are the FLACs: http://iamserio.us/2007/01/28/girl-talk-2007-01-27/

Fantastic man, thank you!

BUTTERWORBS
Oct 16, 2002



JaWs posted:

I love Night Ripper as well. However, I went to see Girl Talk in March at the University of Rochester and he was pretty awful. His opener was even worse. That said, I'm not all that excited for his upcoming album.

As for mashup stuff, Audiobytes for Autobots is all right.

I've never seen anyone say that a girl talk show was awful. Now I wonder if he really had an off night or if you aren't human.

stun runner
Oct 3, 2006

by mons all madden


BUTTERWORBS posted:

I've never seen anyone say that a girl talk show was awful. Now I wonder if he really had an off night or if you aren't human.

Or, option C, "not really into a dude doing handstands on his laptop while playing a Biggie song and an Aerosmith song simultaneously"

SHIT POST MALONE
Feb 4, 2005

I was born down. You know this.


blingasaurus rex posted:

Or, option C, "not really into a dude doing handstands on his laptop while playing a Biggie song and an Aerosmith song simultaneously"

Well, in the case of the poster in question he already admitted that he likes Night Ripper.

But, by all means, let's turn this into yet another Girl Talk Thunderdome.

Velvet Elvis
Jul 1, 2007



Senator Mongo posted:

If you like that you might like:
DJ Z-Trip: He's amazing live and he has a few albums.

This can't be stressed enough. Most of his stuff is freely available at his official site.

http://www.djztrip.com/downloads.html

Edit: And that Ludachrist stuff is awesome.

double jupiter
Feb 15, 2005
The gooniest goon of all. Goon. p.s. LOL Goon.

I've heard a bunch of these guys and the only thing that honestly was as good, actually better, than Girl Talk was something by a goon. I'm not just saying that cause I'm a goon, all my friends of various types were blown away when they heard tanner4105's album Bad Apollo I'm Burning Fart IV - Volume Two: No butts for lmao.

Unfortunately the links to the album seem to broken. Does anyone know where you could get it or anything else by him? (besides his myspace which isn't really the same as his album).

EMUpirate
Oct 30, 2002

Koo Koo Ka-Chaw Koo Koo Ka-Chaw


we die together posted:

http://www.myspace.com/worshipludachrist is pretty rad.

You can download a full mix on the myspace.

Saw them live last weekend with all of their DNB projects (Evol Intent[Knick]+Ewun). Utterly loving ridiculous!


Ludachrist live videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpSINhNKXwQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOXQM57oz7c

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SbILWcjvRY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjnYQTiMmB0


http://www.worshipludachrist.com

Edit: Ludachrist is waaaay more fun when you realize they're just a couple of silly guys that sit on the internet too much and like making crazy mashups! They're really nice in real life.

EMUpirate fucked around with this message at 00:15 on May 20, 2008

Tokit
Dec 16, 2004

I was doing the composing.


A goon by the name of Tanner4105 made a mash up album awhile back.

http://forums.somethingawful.com/sh...40&pagenumber=1

HelloNewman
Aug 8, 2007

When you control the mail, you control information!

Tokit posted:

A goon by the name of Tanner4105 made a mash up album awhile back.

http://forums.somethingawful.com/sh...40&pagenumber=1

I don't have archives access, but I know he's released two. One of them is using rap music and Disney songs and it's amazingly awesome.

Tokit
Dec 16, 2004

I was doing the composing.


HelloNewman posted:

I don't have archives access, but I know he's released two. One of them is using rap music and Disney songs and it's amazingly awesome.

poo poo, didn't notice it was archived.

Album

His site isn't working, so there's a direct link

MFsteve
May 6, 2005
welcome to violence!

Cart posted:

You immediately need to get your hands on some Soulwax/2 Many DJs mixtapes, namely the "As Heard On Radio Soulwax" series (try Pt.2 for starters). It's exactly what you're looking for, although it skews slightly less top 40.


Seconding. Girl Talk pales in comparison to 2 Many DJs mixes.

Gaspar Lewis
Nov 30, 2007

by Lowtax


Tokit posted:

A goon by the name of Tanner4105 made a mash up album awhile back.

http://forums.somethingawful.com/sh...40&pagenumber=1

As mentioned, "Bad Apollo" was dynamite, highly recommended.

But, I finally got around to copping Ludachrist's Bangfest.
I actually broke out into a huge smile at "Dire Straight Bitches!".
I'm actually going in and breaking up the mix into its parts with Audacity.

Why?
One, I'm an obsessive like that, and I like being able to skip to specific jam section.
Two, this mix is loving dope enough to warrant the effort I'm putting into it.

If you even remotely like either Girl Talk or Tanner 4105, GET THIS drat THING.
http://worshipludachrist.blogspot.com/

EDIT 1: All tagged at the breaking points; I'll chop it up tomorrow.
EDIT 2: Audacity is being an enormous stinkyhole, so gently caress it, I can enjoy it in one piece for now.

Gaspar Lewis fucked around with this message at 20:23 on May 22, 2008

EMUpirate
Oct 30, 2002

Koo Koo Ka-Chaw Koo Koo Ka-Chaw


Gaspar Lewis posted:


But, I finally got around to copping Ludachrist's Bangfest.
I actually broke out into a huge smile at "Dire Straight Bitches!".
I'm actually going in and breaking up the mix into its parts with Audacity.

Listen close enough and you'll hear the tourette's guy from youtube mashed up in that track. When that track came on during the show...all hell broke loose.

pootyfulpooty
Jun 21, 2004


I don't know too much about mash-ups either, but Diplo is pretty decent. And his I Like Turtles album reminds me of Girl Talk's Night Ripper with the recognizable pop and rock samples from 80's and 90's mixed up with 90's hip hop lyrics and basslines.

Colin Ex Machina
Oct 16, 2004
I adopted a highway.

It's a lot clubbier than Girl Talk, but if you're into mashup/party stuff you'll probably be into Emynd and Bo Bliz out of Philly. They do parties under the name White Tees and White Belts (and have a 12"er out under that name) that's pretty good. Also hot from Philly right now is DJ Sega, who put out a CD called Rockstars and Clubheads pretty recently -- the first half is okay to awful, the second half is great and totally worth price of admission.

Also Philly: Diplo was mentioned upthread, but he's got a bunch of buddies that he's been working with for years and years, and they've been putting out 12"s for years under the name Hollertronix (it was the name of their party in Philly for years and years). This is a great introduction to what's up and this series has some PHENOMENAL cuts on it. Some really lovely ones too, but some of them are borderline life changing (I'd recommend #1 and I think #4, for the mash of Gossip Folks by Missy Elliott over Rock the Casbah and the life-changing remix of Golddigger, both by Diplo I think). I wouldn't recommend Diplo's full mixes (other than maybe his Fabric Live disc) because they're weird South American funk -- it's good stuff but it's not in this kind of vein.

Flosstradamus out of Chicago are wizards at this craft and put on a hell of a live show. You can find remixes here and there -- my favorites are Act a Fool and whatever the Twista / Sigur Ros mash is called, I forget. They put out a phenomenal full length called Get Outta the Hood, tour pretty often, and still do parties in Chicago. They deserve to be WAY bigger than they are and if you're into this stuff I can almost guarantee you'll like it.

In NYC, the Rub are pretty top shelf and have been doing this for awhile. They've been doing a series of party medleys on 12"s for awhile and you can probably come up with them if you have a decent dance/DJ record store around you. One of the guys from the Rub, DJ Ayres, runs T&A Records with Tittsworth from Baltimore and they pretty consistently put out great poo poo.

In Baltimore people have been pounding on this kind of stuff for awhile and it's consistently turned out great. Bmore is like at the head of this kind of stuff right now. Supposedly Cex has a mixtape out that's mashup. The heavy hitters from Baltimore right now are probably Tittsworth and Dave Nada, and I'd also recommend Blaqstarr from this crew. Dave Nada (former member of DC hardcore bands Medic and De Nada) has a few GREAT mixes out for free on his website and his remix of that Soulja Boy song is a total must-hear.

Other labels you might want to check out: Mad Decent, Money Studies, T&A, whoever's been putting out Blaqstarr stuff lately.

Full Disclosure: this is all a lot more DJ/club kind of stuff than Girl Talk is. If you just want laptop beat fuckery, try Shitmat, which is Girl Talk at like double speed.

Edit 2: myspaces for everyone!

Emynd and Bo Bliz - http://www.myspace.com/whitetshirts
Flosstradamus - http://www.myspace.com/flosstradamus
Tittsworth - http://www.tittsworth.com/
The Rub - http://www.itstherub.com/
DJ Sega - http://www.myspace.com/djsegatheblackknight
Dave Nada - http://www.davenada.com/
Mad Decent recs - http://www.maddecent.com/blog/
Money Studies - http://moneystudiesrecords.com/

Colin Ex Machina fucked around with this message at 23:23 on May 20, 2008

felipebacon
Jun 19, 2007
i love dongs

Tokit posted:

poo poo, didn't notice it was archived.

Album

His site isn't working, so there's a direct link

yea, im working on that. i just havent had the money to pay my hosting bill.

also i installed the new firefox and it erased my cache and couldn't remember my new SA password when we were forced to change them so i just use this name now

double jupiter
Feb 15, 2005
The gooniest goon of all. Goon. p.s. LOL Goon.

felipebacon posted:

yea, im working on that. i just havent had the money to pay my hosting bill.

also i installed the new firefox and it erased my cache and couldn't remember my new SA password when we were forced to change them so i just use this name now

Make more albums you jerk!

Tokit
Dec 16, 2004

I was doing the composing.


Dr. Zorters posted:

http://www.myspace.com/carstereowars

Car stereo wars is very similar to Girl talk. I actually like his cd more than Night Ripper.

This guy is awesome, thanks for the link.

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felipebacon
Jun 19, 2007
i love dongs

double jupiter posted:

Make more albums you jerk!

Unofficial version of new album

http://tindeck.com/audio/my/eenr/01...and-speed-racer
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/glip/02...d-on-everything
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/xizb/03...-the-Bacon-Gods
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/ixvp/04...man-XXL-dinners
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/ygub/05...aise-sandwiches
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/tvpz/06...ches-into-ramen
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/cjqs/08...th-bacon-grease
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/grev/09...y-peanut-butter
http://tindeck.com/audio/my/jikq/10...-and-White-Wine

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