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Monday, November 10, 2008

Re: Where Were You In '92

Posted by on Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 7:48 PM

I'm told that the mix at Moe's Bar before the Halloween Diplo show really was live, spun by Seattle's Pretty Titty.

Since it followed a front-to-back run-through of one of the Girl Talk albums, I assumed it was another pre-recorded mix.

But no! Apologies.

Here's the setlist, thanks to Pretty Titty's personal memory, which only seems to lack the wonderful LL Cool J, Mary J. Blige, Beats International, Soul II Soul, and Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock bits we're sure we heard.

Primal Scream : "Come Together [Andrew Weatherall Remix]"
Santogold : "You'll Find a Way [Switch & Sinden Remix]"
Ward 21 : "Think Twice"
Baby Cham : "Tic Toc"
The Game : "Let's Ride"
Ultramagnetic MCs : "Ego Trippin'"
The Clash : "Guns Of Brixton"
Black Sabbath : "The Wizard"
Dillinger : "Cocaine In My Brain"
South Rakkas : "Real Hot"
Toddla T : "Fill Up Ma Portion"
Grandmaster Flash : "White Lines"
Mr. Oizo : "Two Takes It"
Inner City : "Good Life"
New Order: "Confusion"
Rocker's Revenge : "Walking On Sunshine"
Liquid Liquid : "Optimo"
Jungle Brothers : "I'll House You"
Young MC : "Know How"
Duran Duran : "Wild Boys"
Daft Punk : "Da Funk"
Dizzee Rascal : "Dance Wiv Me"
Madonna : "Like A Prayer"
Lisa Lisa & The Cult Jam : "Head To Toe"
Blondie : "Heart Of Glass"
Morris Day & The Time : "The Walk"
Raw Silk : "Do It To The Music"
Chaka Khan : "Fate"

Update: Cosby writes in the comments.

When you thought you heard rob base and dj e-z rock, it was likely the mr. oizo track that heavily reinterpolates the lyrics from 'it takes two'.

That sounds right, but I may also have confused/combined it with "Blow Your Head," one of Diplo's new productions he played later in the evening, which seems to use a lot of the same Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock samples.

 

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note: when you thought you heard rob base and dj e-z rock, it was likely the mr. oizo track that heavily reinterpolates the lyrics from 'it takes two'. aside: rob base and dj e-z rock = best crack selling references in a mainstream hip-hop act name ever.
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In '92, I was in Arkansas getting my Clinton on.
Posted by jaaaaaaaaay! on November 11, 2008 at 3:34 PM · Report this

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