25
Jun
08

Girl Talk–7 Days Later

Mix

to me girl talk takes music, i find for the most part unbearable, and makes it not only tolerable but completely enjoyable by taking the best hook of the song and usually contrasting it with something from the other end of the spectrum (i.e. Fergie and Annie from night ripper)…

Within hours of the release of Feed the Animals, the love, or for some, hate erupted exponentially around music circles.  Personally, I feel it is summer and this album complements what this season should be about – enjoying oneself.  Don’t overanalyize and say this was done 20 years ago in a better manner; no doubt there were mixes, but we got the hard drive space for one more, especially when it makes me enjoy Kelly Clarkson and Avril Lavigne in one 40 minute span.  Did you really think you’d enjoy “Whoomp! (There it Is)” and “C’mon N’ Ride It” again?  Hell if I did.

Someone here who was hating on Girl Talk and his lack of DJ skills, suggested people give a listen to these 20+ mixes from the early to mid-80’s.  He swore these blow GT out of the water.  Personally, he’s an idiot for even trying to compare these very traditional dance mixes to an ADD mix like Feed the Animals.  If you’re ready for a change of pace from the summer soundtrack of 2008, click your way over here(Highly recommended)

You ain’t a pimp, you a fairy!

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1 Response to “Girl Talk–7 Days Later”


  1. 1 Joe
    July 8, 2008 at 4:54 pm

    3 days…3 days


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