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Abuliatronix - January 17, 2006

1. Junior Senior: "Hello" (Hey Hey My My Yo Yo)
2. Junior Senior: "Hip Hop A Lula" (Hey Hey My My Yo Yo)

I know I'm not allowed to put 2 songs by the same band on my mix, but I hardly think the 44 second intro counts as a song. But it fits perfectly as an intro to my second mix. This is the best song off their new album, which is better and more balanced than the last. If Andy D believed in some sort of god, they would be it.

Two Cheers for the Hottest Mix Chyeah Chyeah - January 10, 2006

Tracklisting for "Two Cheers for the Hottest Mix Chyeah Chyeah"

1. "Chaiya Chaiya" (Dil Se)
Trina drop your hatin' on B-wood and admit that this song is doper than dope. Dude's singing performance sets new precedents. And that heavy breathing, damn. For those that don't know, if any, in the movie this song is performed atop an old timey steam train while the man and woman and like 300 Pakistani extras are riding through what have to be da Hindu Kush.

2. Dillinger: "Cocaine in My Brain" (Cocaine In My Brain)
Everytime I walk in the rain, man oh man, I feel a pain. I feel a burning pain, keep on burning in my bloody brain. Team-No-Coke da realest. This dude has a song called "Marijuana in my brain" which is also good.

Hollywood Smugglers: How Did They Ever Make a Movie Of...?

Hollywood producers like money, so they court mass audiences. Mass audiences are prude and stupid, so we get shit movies. Such is life.

Mixchange 2006, Round One: "BUCKLE UP!" - Jan. 4, 2006

TIME: 01.04.06 4:19 AM

get dat, get dat, get dat mix!

I am pretty sure this one is even better than my first one. At least I can say I listen to it more...

01. J-Kwon: "Hood Hop"
(my favorite song of all time... in late 2004)

02. Suicide: "Cheree (Reprise)"
(serious lovemaking material)

03. The Chameleons: "Second Skin"
(more lovemaking)

04. The Juan Maclean: "Give Me Every Little Thing"

Jennifer Aniston Can't Lose

We've all done things when we were younger that we aren't proud of.

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Mix Allergic to Wintertime HOT - November 22, 2005

Tracklist for Mix Allergic to Wintertime HOT

1. RZA: "My Lovin' is Digi" (Bobby Digital)
The church choral group at the beginning is fucking awesome. Best mix lead-off line ever? I'm going to say a solid Maybe.

2. Lil' Kim: "Lighters Up (Welcome to Brooklyn)" (The Naked Truth)
South 4th. St. Hustlaz anthem. Our town is the truth.

3. The Trammps: "Rubber Band"
You may remember me from tracks by The Game or the Clipse mixtape. We all know the only thing 50 listens to in his spare time is 1970s disco anyway.

4. Iggy Pop: "Success" (Lust For Life)

Smear Campaign - Nov. 22, 2005

1. Masaru Sato: "Yojimbo Theme" (Yojimbo)
The overture to the classic 1961 Kurosawa film of the same name. Possibly the best piece of music ever in a movie. 45 seconds through the track, it gets sooooo groovy.

2. Unknown: "Vinheta Bagulhao" (As Melhores do la)
Fourteen seconds of pure favella heaven. I wish it were a 3 minute song. :(

3. Unknown: "Cuca louca" (Castelo 10)
One of the better favella tracks. Is able to use the standard capoiera drums in the background sometimes without sounding stupid. Also, more of a pop song than its favella brothers. A+ material.

Krasdale Kolumn #2

Name: Krasdale Original Cresent: 8 Hot ‘n Fresh Dinner Rolls

Krasdale crescent rolls are packaged like a pipe bomb of pleasure. Upon opening, however, there was sadly no doughy explosion upon giddily peeling the text away from the tubing. Little things like this are noticed and usually reflect poorly on the product. Carefully the tin exterior was mined away to reveal a rich vein of pastry, which could be further unrolled and divided into 8 scalene triangles (geometry, fools!). What now? Roll them ourselves? Where do you get off, Krasdale? We don't spend our hard earned $1.99 to do all the work ourselves. Oh wait, all tubular crescent roll things have you do that. Our bad.

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Top Ten Movies With Appearances by Saved by the Bell Alumnae

Has any television show or movie ever cursed the film prospects of actors the way Saved by the Bell has? Can you imagine anyone involved in the show doing anything but living in the Indiana/California high school known as Bayside? No. You can't.

We'll grant Tiffani(-Amber) Thiessen some cred for vamping it up as Valerie Malone on 90210, and Liz Berkley, no one's faulting you for trying to shake off your SBTB image. M-P Gosselar & Mario Lopez, as much as you blew us away with NYPD and Pacific Blues, respectively, Dead Man on Campus and Breaking the Surface: The Greg Louganis Story are one thing: Lark Voorhies - you got engaged to Martin Lawrence and still couldn't even get into one of his mediocre movies! As for Dustin Diamond, we'll let him off the hook this time. [Of the series' stars, only Dennis Haskins managed to do anything of note - and that was sit next to me at the coffee shop in the South Bend (IN) airport. Unfortunately, people tell me this doesn't count as a "movie".]

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My Mixtapes Bring All the Boys to the Yard - Nov. 22, 2005

This mix (GET DAT, BOYEE!)is certainly the only one manifesting a female point of view on youth and the accompanying depression and anguish, and the associated behavior of systematically, incrementally burning out happiness receptors in one's brain.

Anyway, my point was that I am the only girl up in hurre, and girls really know how to party!

DATE: 11.22.05

1. Monochrome Set: "Eine Symphonie des Grauens" (Westminster Affair)


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