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Mixtape: Shenanigans VIII – Cut & Paste Volume I

If you ever wondered what it would be like to hear Matthew Wilder mixed into The Beatles mixed into Orange Juice mixed into DJ Yoda, well wonder no more!

Let’s just think about this for a moment, shall we? Why would I, a DJ with 18 years of experience DJing in Chesterfield, Sheffield, Manchester and London, want to mix Right Said Fred’s “Deeply Dippy” with “Passion” by Gat Decor? That does not make sense! But more important, you have to ask yourself: what does this have to do with the Royal Baby? Nothing. Ladies and gentlemen, it has nothing to do with the Royal Baby! It does not make sense! Look at me. I’m a half-decent DJ with great spelling confident in using vinyl, CDs, MP3 decks and Ableton Live, and I’m talkin’ about the Royal Baby! Does that make sense? Ladies and gentlemen, I am not making any sense! None of this makes sense! And so you have to remember, when you’re in that rubbish town centre bar that plays the same records from the Radio One A playlist as every other bar and looks just like every other bar and is piled high with 17-year old chavs buying coke to mix with the £8 bottle of Morrisson’s vodka that they’ve got stashed in their cheap handbag just like every other bar, does it make sense? No! Ladies and gentlemen with excellent musical taste, it does not make sense! If this mix does feature Right Said Fred’s “Deeply Dippy” expertly mixed with “Passion” by Gat Decor, you must hire me to DJ in your bar and make it better! The defense rests.

So, there was a bit of a thing when I did this. Because I’m one of those stupid wilful people, once I’m made the master of the mix I deleted my source files so I was never ever tempted to go mess with it again. Upon playing it back, which you’d think any reasonable person would have done before deleting the source files, I discovered there was a slight SNAFU at the end of “Let Me Know”/the start of “Something’s Jumping In My Shirt”. I’ve just segued them together to make good of the screw-up, which I’m particularly miffed about because it had Lisa Marie’s little spoken introduction to “Something’s Jumping…”

Anyway, the mix itself begins my obsession with using as many tracks as I can in one mix that will still fit on a single CD – there’s 83 songs used here. Bonus points if you can identify the movies that I used two spoken dialogue sections from.

Track listing

  1. Talking Heads – Once In A Lifetime
  2. Prince – Sign Of The Times
  3. KC Flightt – Planet E
  4. Cream – Sunshine Of Your Love
  5. Notorious BIG – Hypnotize
  6. Adam Freeland – Smells Like Freeland
  7. LaBelle – Lady Marmalade
  8. Right Said Fred – Deepy Dippy
  9. Gat Decor – Passion
  10. Who Da Funk – Shiny Disco Balls
  11. Fun Boy Three – Tunnel Of Love
  12. Dada ft. Sandy Rivera and Trix – Lollipop
  13. Girls Aloud – Close To Love
  14. Beastie Boys – Body Movin’
  15. Se:Sa – Like This Like That
  16. Till West and DJ Delicious – Same Man
  17. Fatboy Slim – Everybody Loves A Carnival
  18. DJ Kool – Let Me Clear My Throat
  19. Ida Corr vs Fedde Le Grand – Let Me Think About It
  20. The White Stripes – The Hardest Button To Button
  21. The Funky Worm – Hustle! (To The Music)
  22. The Gibson Brothers – Cuba
  23. Basement Jaxx – Plug It In
  24. Stonebridge – Put ‘Em High
  25. Anita Ward – Ring My Bell
  26. Me’Shell NdegeOcello – Who Is He And What Is He To You
  27. Pet Shop Boys – In The Night
  28. House Master Boyz and the Rude Boy of House – House Nation
  29. Barry Manilow – Copacabana
  30. Neneh Cherry – Buffalo Stance
  31. Belouis Some – Imagination
  32. Freda Payne – Band Of Gold
  33. Sugababes – Red Dress
  34. Roisin Murphy – Let Me Know
  35. Malcolm McLaren and The Bootzilla Orchestra – Something’s Jumping In My Shirt
  36. Garbage – When I Grow Up
  37. The Gibson Brothers – Que Sera Mi Vida
  38. Uniting Nations – Ai No Corrida
  39. Bobby Blanco and Miki Moto – 3AM
  40. Michael Jackson – Billie Jean
  41. Erasure – Drama
  42. Girls Aloud – It’s Magic
  43. Girls Aloud – Call The Shots
  44. Rogue Traders – Watching You
  45. The Go-Gos – Our Lips Are Sealed
  46. Stretch & Vern – I’m Alive
  47. Klubbheads – Klubbhopping
  48. Noir – It’s All About The House Music
  49. Freeform Five – No More Conversations
  50. Black Eyed Peas – My Humps
  51. Farley Jackmaster Funk and Darryl Pandy – Love Can’t Turn Around
  52. Adamski – Killer
  53. 5ive – If Ya Gettin’ Down
  54. Beastie Boys – Intergalactic
  55. Stacy Lattislaw – Jump To The Beat
  56. New Order – Fine Time
  57. Sugababes – Round Round
  58. New Order – True Faith
  59. The Chemical Brothers and The Flaming Lips – The Golden Path
  60. ESG – Dance
  61. Bobby “Boris” Pickett and The Crypt Kickers – Monster Mash
  62. The Cure – Inbetween Days
  63. Electrovamp – I Don’t Like The Vibe In The VIP
  64. Matthew Wilder – Break My Stride
  65. The Beatles – We Can Work It Out
  66. Orange Juice – Rip It Up
  67. DJ Yoda – Wheels
  68. Beck – Where It’s At
  69. The Chi-Lites – Are you My Woman
  70. Evelyn Champagne King – Love Come Down
  71. Raze – Break 4 Love
  72. FPI Project – Going Back To My Roots
  73. Hound Dogs – I Like Girls
  74. Goldfrapp – Twist
  75. Steps – Better The Devil You Know
  76. Armand van Helden – Touch Your Toes
  77. The Real Roxanne – Bang Zoom Let’s Go
  78. Axwell – I Found You
  79. Syntax – Pray
  80. Bob Sinclar – I Feel For You
  81. Kathy Brown – Turn Me Out
  82. Candi Staton – You Got The Love
  83. Todd Terry – House Sermon

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