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REMEMBER SPONGE MONKEYS
Oct 3, 2003

What do you think it means, bitch?


Big Bootie 17 is also out (2 weeks ago) fwiw

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LionYeti
Oct 11, 2008



Grimey Drawer

Didn't love it as much as 15 or 16 but still pretty good.

BlueBayou
Jan 16, 2008
Before she mends must sicken worse


Elendil004 posted:

Where can I find it?


https://thewhitepanda.bandcamp.com/...backstreet-boys

BlueBayou fucked around with this message at 18:28 on Apr 24, 2020

Fly Ricky
May 7, 2009

The Wine Taster

REMEMBER SPONGE MONKEYS posted:

Big Bootie 17 is also out (2 weeks ago) fwiw

Thanks! I always sleep on these. They're worth it.

greazeball
Feb 4, 2003




Oven Wrangler

REMEMBER SPONGE MONKEYS posted:

Wait, GT started releasing stuff after 2007? Is that correct? Cuz thatís not anywhere near OG, Bootie and lots of others were around in the early 2000s. I donít know the earliest MUYB, but even GYBO was around before that, I think.

Like I would consider Party Ben, A+D, DJ John, DJ Schmolli (Maybe Mash-Up Germany?) and that group as the first ones I remember. Oh and the Kleptones were the early giants (A Night at the Hip Hopera in Ď04), and of course things like the Gray Album (Ď04). DJ BC was running Mash Ave in Boston in Ď04 and continues to produce. Loo & Placido were in there a little later, I think? But their NRG mixes from France were pretty great, as I recall.

I may have to jump down the rabbit hole of the earliest stuff I have to see when all that was (had to look up a bunch of this).

Edit: oh and GHP since 2002, proper OG.

Haha poo poo, I just browsed back in my library a bit and I keep saying ďoh poo poo, yeah!Ē Lots of producers from way back (thatís as clear as the chronology is in my head, anyway).

Funny that this is the only post in the whole discussion of greats that (to me) really went back (and people have had MONTHS to reply!). DJ Q-BERT was known for his scratching but the tracks he cut for Demolition Pumpkin Squeeze Music blew my mind in the 90s, then Z-TRIP and 2 Many DJs in the 00s. Another all time fave from that era is No Fakin Crew's Give an Example.

hbxli
Aug 4, 2004

BABIES... THEY'RE BABIES

I took Trapt's one lovely song and turned it into a brand new song about taking massive loads of cock. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/mroB2W8lWHI

Elendil004
Mar 22, 2003

The prognosis
is not good.



hbxli posted:

I took Trapt's one lovely song and turned it into a brand new song about taking massive loads of cock. Enjoy!

https://youtu.be/mroB2W8lWHI

I was tappin along to this it's pretty catchy.

gohuskies
Oct 23, 2010

No Balls No Game


REMEMBER SPONGE MONKEYS posted:

Wait, GT started releasing stuff after 2007? Is that correct? Cuz thatís not anywhere near OG, Bootie and lots of others were around in the early 2000s. I donít know the earliest MUYB, but even GYBO was around before that, I think.

Like I would consider Party Ben, A+D, DJ John, DJ Schmolli (Maybe Mash-Up Germany?) and that group as the first ones I remember. Oh and the Kleptones were the early giants (A Night at the Hip Hopera in Ď04), and of course things like the Gray Album (Ď04). DJ BC was running Mash Ave in Boston in Ď04 and continues to produce. Loo & Placido were in there a little later, I think? But their NRG mixes from France were pretty great, as I recall.

I may have to jump down the rabbit hole of the earliest stuff I have to see when all that was (had to look up a bunch of this).

Edit: oh and GHP since 2002, proper OG.

Haha poo poo, I just browsed back in my library a bit and I keep saying ďoh poo poo, yeah!Ē Lots of producers from way back (thatís as clear as the chronology is in my head, anyway).

Girl Talk's Night Ripper was the first mashup album that really grabbed me, especially as a full album instead of individual song remixes, and that was released spring of 2006. So about mid-decade.

Elendil004
Mar 22, 2003

The prognosis
is not good.



Two Friends did a live stream concert from their pool which doesn't seem that safe but it's basically a freebie Big Bootie so here you go

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxae-9JRYik

REMEMBER SPONGE MONKEYS
Oct 3, 2003

What do you think it means, bitch?


https://audioboots.org/forum/index....-mashers-choice

Fly Ricky
May 7, 2009

The Wine Taster


Thanks for the link; a lot of compilations to be found down this rabbit hole. I've either never come across it or have long forgotten it.

egon_beeblebrox
Feb 29, 2008

WILL AMOUNT TO NOTHING IN LIFE.



https://soundcloud.com/adamess/cold...py-the-blow-mia

I just remembered this mash-up from years ago.

hbxli
Aug 4, 2004

BABIES... THEY'RE BABIES

The third in the Scatman trilogy.... Enter Scatman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O57vij9kCaQ

The Walrus
Jul 9, 2002




Fun Shoe

I have always had an extreme soft spot for this mashup

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q8asL7qIbs

Fly Ricky
May 7, 2009

The Wine Taster

On Facebook Bruneaux said heís dropping a new album on June 9th. Whoop whoop!

Elendil004
Mar 22, 2003

The prognosis
is not good.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXzFukTUyhk

What the gently caress

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REMEMBER SPONGE MONKEYS
Oct 3, 2003

What do you think it means, bitch?


Best of Mash of the Titans out with new tracks, Bootie DJs playing tons on Twitch, and this: https://www.instagram.com/p/CAlCuM-...d=1suk5mmwdyzbb

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