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A comprehensive list of Go Home Productions Bootlegs / Mash-ups.
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'A SLIM McSHADY' Eminem / Wings Without Me / Silly Love Songs The first track GHP ever made available way back in May 2002. Eminem's 'Without Me' was pretty popular at the time and BoomSelection ran a chart encouraging folks to boot the acapella. Originally placed the vocal with a Led Zep track that a certain Soundhog did at the same time (quirk of fate) so I resigned myself to using Wings 'Silly Love Songs'. This track was playlisted on national radio in New Zealand and did a pretty good job of getting me noticed. Played by Chris Moyles on Radio One during the spate of 'Without Me' bootlegs that were aired on this lunchtime show and given a nice 8.5/10. May 2002
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'GENIES REVENGE' Christina Aguilera / The Strokes Genie In A Bottle / Someday Was quickly created to bundle with 'Slim McShady' and throw at a few radio stations. Cheeky hint at ASOG and was immediately picked up by James and Eddy on XFM's The Remix and played 3 days after making it / mailing it out. May 2002

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'MAKING PLANS FOR VINYL' Tweet / XTC Oops Oh My / Making Plans For Vinyl Must admit that this is a personal favorite. My love of XTC combined with the thought that I may have been onto something at the time. Seem to remember spending a lot longer on this particular track. Fiddling over the filter drop and getting the bass to punch through. The snare roll back into the chorus after the middle eight was lifted from Sgt.Rock (Is going to help me) This track was also remixed by Beatvandal of 'Champagne At The River' fame. June 2002
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'THE WEATHER EPISODE' Snoop Dogg & Dr Dre / Crowded House Next Episode / Weather With You Was a bit of a quicky to be honest. Took the main hook from the 'Weather With You' track and slapped a continuous breakbeat underneath it. Got a very healthy dose of daytime airplay. Remember sitting in the office at work hearing this on the radio and shitting myself. Attacked on air by Zane Lowe when someone phoned up and requested it on XFM's Music Response Show. Reworked for the XFM Superchunk in May 2003. June 2002
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'I WANNA DANCE WITH SOME BONO' Whitney Houston / U2 I Wanna Dance With Somebody / New Years Day 'New Years Day' with a diva on top. Always liked this one. A very unexpected vocal kicking in after an easily recognisable intro always works. That's your 'smile factor' ingredient folks! June 2002
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'LITTLE DO YOU KNOW YOUR RIGHTS' Liberty X / The Clash A Little Bit More / Know Your Rights Another quickie but always raises a smile when I hear it again. Had the Liberty X vocal hanging around for ages and could never find anything interesting to put with it. One afternoon listening to The Clash's 'Combat Rock' put that right. June 2002
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'BOOT FIT EP' Compilation Collected the first seven tracks as a promo cd and sent it to various radio stations and press. The Weather Episode being the track that received most attention and daytime play on XFM and Radio One. June 2002
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'OASIS ARE GAYE' Marvin Gaye / Oasis Sexual Healing / Wonderwall Created especially for the Remix Oasis special back in June 2002. Pretty simple in construction. Had to re adjust the Wonderwall guitar loop to keep in time and added the break intro from 'Go Let It Out'. Marvin's vocals are a tad pitched up but overall it seemed to work quite well. July 2002
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'UNION CITY NOISE' Public Enemy / Blondie Bring The Noise / Union City Blue Big personal favorite. Union City Blue is my all time best Blondie track and was just waiting to be used. Always imagined this as the starter for a set. Big, brash, loud as hell and with the world's greatest rapper doing his stuff on top. Remember it once opened the Remix when they were on Friday nights and started what turned out to be a perfect weekend. Very tempted to re-do this particular track. It's way too short. July 2002
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'REVEREND BLACK JACKSON' Michael Jackson / Black Grape Remember The Time / Reverend Black Grape Very rarely listen to this track now, without shuddering. At the time I thought it worked well but after a couple of weeks it began to grate on me. Something about Michaels vocals I suppose.
July 2002
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'INDEPENDENT CREEP' Destiny's Child / Radiohead Independent Women / Creep Never know what to make of this. Funnily enough a lot of folks like it. The verses work pretty well and then you get to the chorus and there's no getting rid of Thom doing his thang. If there was an instrumental of 'Creep' available I might have pulled it off a bit better. It was around this stage that I was putting out 2 tracks a week and it shows. July 2002
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'PLAY DISCODANCE' J-Lo / McSleazy Play / DiscoDance Grant put up a challenge on the old McSleazy Get Your Bootleg On forum to 'boot' his Discodance track. Kinda liked the track and found J-Lo's vocal to be a good fit. Took out my filters, added an XTC helicopter break and took it to disco heaven. Very fond of this over a year later. Seem to remember Braces Tower did a very good track also in a great dub-style. July 2002
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'WORK IT OUT WITH A FOXY LADY' Beyonce / Jimi Hendrix Work It Out / Foxy Lady Got me a lot of good press this one. Swore blind that someone would beat me to it. The connections between the 2 tracks used and Beyonce's character in the 'Goldmember' film, It just seemed so obvious to me. The fact that the tracks worked an absolute treat was the bonus. Listen carefully and you'll spot a lift from The Small Faces 'Rollin Over' cuting through every now and then, kiiller crash on the snare beat style. Yes, even a year later someone writes about it in the NY Times after hearing it in a club. July 2002
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'3 STEPS TO A BITTERSWEET GOODBYE' GHP vs Tom Tom Madonna / The Verve Power Of Goodbye / Bittersweet Symphony / 3 Steps Still like this one a lot despite adverse criticisms at the time about the '3 Steps' section. My good friend Tom Tom suggested the Verve track needed playing with and Madonna's vocal worked well. Introduced a shit load of Madonna fans to GHP. The website got hammered for a good month. August 2002
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'LEGACY SCRUBBED' TLC / Mansun No Scrubs / Legacy God I miss Mansun! My second favorite band ever. Great guitar riff but not a lot else to pilfer from the 'Legacy' track. Was wary at the time about putting this up because of it's saminess but like I said I was bashing out two, sometimes three tracks a week. Silly boy. August 2002
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'I BELIEVE IN KILLING TIME' Cher / Echo & The Bunnymen Believe / The Killing Moon Am I still allowed to mention this track? Was bloody pleased with this pairing and still listen to this one occasionally. Several months after making it available I was kindly asked by Echo & The Bunnymens people to remove it from the website. I politely obliged. A firm favourite of Pete Wylie's. I wonder why? August 2002
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'ATOMIC BEATLES' Atomic Kitten / The Beatles Give It To Me Right Now / Get Back Ouch. To this day Soundhog has never forgiven me. I cannot listen to this at all these days. The Atomic Kitten acapella was of shitty quality and the very awful editing of 'Get Back' make for uneasy listening. Didn't notice the 'go home' vocals by McCartney hanging around stage-left. Maybe they were a subliminal message to bury this. August 2002
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'TURN OUT THE LIGHT SLAVE AND GIMME SOME RHYTHM' Nelly Furtado / Grace Jones Turn Out The Light / Slave To The Rhythm Very proud of this track. Was working with Britney's 'Slave' vocal and was desperate for it to work with Grace's track but alas. Little did I know that Nelly had plans. Strictly Kev played this out and told me of it's cool reaction. The Remix guys played the whole thing from start to fish if I remember correctly and wondered what Trevor Horn would make of it. I wonder. August 2002
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'GIRLS DON'T STOP TIL THEY GET ENOUGH' The Beach Boys / Michael Jackson California Girls / Don't Stop Til You Get Enough Could have been done better. Beach Boys vocals are notoriously hard to match with other songs because of Brian Wilsons insistence on including the most beautiful amount of chord changes. Very rarely have I heard BBoys vox work well in a track. They kind of work here but I only used a few sections and spent more time on effecting them. August 2002
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'DAFT BRITNEY' Britney Spears / Daft Punk Slave 4 You / Voyager Still getting plenty of attention a year later thanks to QTV's video of it getting played everytime there is a Q-Mix week. This was the first 'Slave' bootleg by a long shot. It won a 'best bootleg' chart compiled by Churchill. Very funny that. How embarrasing. Just don't mention this track to Ultra396 if you see him. August 2002
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'EIGHTEEN' Compilation All Go Home Productions tracks up to this point (except 'PlayDiscodance') were compiled onto a promotional CD for various industry types and press. August 2002
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'DAYTRIP TO HEAVEN' Belinda Carlisle / The Beatles Heaven Is A Place On Earth / Daytripper Bit iffy. Lacks something. The vocal indeed works well with the backing but overall leaves you feeling you've been shortchanged by a hooker. Since got my hands on the full backing track and might have another dabble. September 2002
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'KELLY'S LAZY PAPA' X-Press2 ft David Byrne / Kelly Osborne Lazy / Papa Don't Preach Still like this one. Loud and brash in the right places totally eliminating the dance feel of the X-Press2 original and giving David Byrne some guitars for lunch. Dropped in a reference to Madonnas original. Artwork supplied by Tim from Manchester. I wonder what he's up to these days? October 2002
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'IF YOUR GIRL WAS STONED' Aaliyah / Stone Roses If Your Girl Only Knew / Fools Gold Can't go wrong with Fools Gold. That track was the most 'groove' that the Roses successfully pulled off in my book and always kills the dancefloor. A bit of a favorite with a few folk I know. Got heavy with the delayed filter fx in Orion towards the end of the track and beefed the bass eq. Tim did the sleeve again. October 2002
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'BACKSTAB ME ONE MORE TIME' Britney Spears / The O'Jays Baby One More Time / Backstabbers Created for a friend's birthday. Really pleased with this one and remember it getting a massive thumbs up from lots of people. Pretty cool. Didn't particularly want to whip it out but glad I did. Big up the North Southwark Branch. October 2002
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'MORZEPPELIN' Morcheeba / Led Zeppelin / CCS World Looking In / Whole Lotta Love A return to form according to a lot of people. Spent a very drunken night working on this after an appaling England performance and a great Chinese takeaway. Took the Zep riff and fucked around with it by chopping elements and placing them in a different sequence. Layered with a break from a Jeff Beck track and lots of percussive loops keeping within the boundaries of the original Led Zep track. Took the Page solo and put it over the CCS loop. Clever. First aired on the Remix with a very cool reaction from James & Eddy. October 2002
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'2 MONTHS IN A DISCO' The Trammps / Underworld Disco Inferno / 2 Months Was totally blown away by 2 Months when Underworld release it. Still love it. Had no choice but to find an old disco-classic vocal to introduce to it and the Trammps did the trick. First real venture into dancefloor territory for GHP and always figured it would go down well in certain surroundings. Aired in full on the Remix. November 2002
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'HAPPY BEHAVIOUR' Mary J Blige / Bjork Be Happy / Human Behaviour Created during the same all-nighter as Morzeppelin. Ended up annoying the fuck out of the guys who were building me a new bathroom. 'Do you have to keep going over the same bits all the time' was the catchphrase. 'Yes' was the reply. Apparently both these artists are on Universal. November 2002
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'AINT NO SUNSHINE IN MY CLOSET' Eminem / Grover Washington Cleaning Out My Closet / Ain't No Sunshine Jacknife Lee did a tasty version of 'Cleaning out My Closet' that was getting heavy rotation but I'd always imagined it as a more laid back track. Soundhog pulled off an awesome version. November 2002
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'NOBODY MAKES THE SWEET JAM TASTE BETTER' Sweet T / The Jam / Carly Simon / The Beatles It's My Beat / Going Underground / Nobody Does It Better / Daytripper This was the intro to a mix I did for Churchills boots show on Radio Freedom. Thats all really. November 2002
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'I DREAM OF PUSSY' Khia / I Dream Of Genie My Neck, My Back / I Dream Of Genie It was a joke. Had the acapella for weeks before finally using it. Get lots of requests for this but can't see it myself. Dirty. November 2002
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'BEASTIE KETCHUP' The Beastie Boys / Las Ketchup Hold It Now Hit It / The Ketchup Song I don't think I was having the best of times. The bathroom still wasn't finished. November 2002
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'CLEAR OUT' Compilation Collected the last five tracks as a promo cd. November 2002
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'BABY'S GOT A CRAZY HORSE' Prodigy / The Osmonds Baby's Got A Temper / Crazy Horses This was a quickie that just sounded like a laugh. Kept it very simple. Remixed it for Bastard as described later on. December 2002
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'CHRISTMAS ON THE BLOCK' J-Lo / Paul McCartney Jenny From The Block / Wonderful Christmastime I Love Xmas singles. It's just that they've all been shit since 'Can You Stop The Cavalry'. If bets were to be taken as to who i'd use in my Xmas bootleg, the odds would have been very short indeed. I might drag it out again this year. Best thing I'd ever done according to some. Cheeky fuckers.
December 2002
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'JUSTIN LIKES BLONDES' Justin Timberlake / Blondie Like I Love You / Heart Of Glass Initially created for a set I was to be doing at 'Cargo' For XFM's The Remix in December 2002. The night never happened in the end. Shame. It's happening this year though. Anyway it was made with the dancefloor in mind and by all accounts it goes down a storm when played out. Not long before I get to see that myself. January 2003
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'LIKE I ABSOLUTELY LOVE YOU' Justin Timberlake / Scritti Politti Like I Love You / Absolute Whilst creating the track above it occured to me that Justins vocal would go well with 'Absolute' and recommended it on the website. Had a lot of mail asking me to do it, so I did. Like this one.
January 2003
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'ULTRATHIN' Ultra Nate / Thin Lizzy Free / Jailbreak Created for the GYBO album. Remember Tone 396 enthusing over it and playing it on his Radio Freedom show as Unknown. Another track where I feel it could have been executed a lot better but I just didn't have the time spend hours on these tracks!
February 2003
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'LET THE MUSIC GIMME SHELTER' Shannon / The Rolling Stones Let The Music Play / Gimme Shelter Put together for the GYBO album after I felt that Ultrathin didn't really cut it. Liked this so much that I 'lent it out' to a few people. Played on the Remix and caused a bit of a stir. Soon to be banished after Shannon Stone made it's appearance.
February 2003
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'DIRRTY MAGIC' Christina Aguilera / Grover Washington Dirrty / Mr Magic Initially given away to folks who won that caption competition I ran. I really liked this track but was unsure. Held it back so long that I forgot about it. I actually did 'Dirrty Stones' before this track and held that back even longer, until the Re:Mixology call up. Don't like the saxophone. February 2003
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'RETRO-REBRANDING EP' Compilation Collected the last six tracks as a promo EP. February 2003
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'BEYONCE ABOUT THE HOUSE' Beyonce / Man About The House Work It Out / Man About The House There is no fucking way I look like Richard O'Sullivan. February 2003
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'CRAIG DAVE'S FLAVA' Craig David / Dave Allen Whats Your Flave / Dave Allen TV Theme tune mashups. Can be funny. Can be crap. February 2003
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'POPULAR ART TOO' Compilation Collected all the tracks from 'Daytrip' to 'Craig Dave's Flava' and used again for promo purposes. February 2003
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'SEXUAL HIGH' Marvin Gaye / Radiohead Sexual Healing / High And Dry A demo for this pairing was on my hardrive since 'Oasis are Gaye' but I ended up putting out that one. Played it to Tone who said it had no right to be hidden away and I should put it out. Decided to totally re-record the whole thing from scratch. Worked on a punchier break using the Radiohead kit and a sample. Layered in a string section and released it on valentines day. Gott a big reaction from a lot of people. Another turning point I suppose. Played on John Kennedy's Exposure a few times. The BBC were in touch too. February 2003
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'RAY OF GOB' Madonna / The Sex Pistols Ray of Light / Pretty Vacant / God Save The Queen The one that broke the camels back. To be honest it's this track alone that helped me get rid of the day job and put me in the front window so to speak. I had originally paired 'Ray of Light' with 'To Be Someone' by The Jam from their 'All Mod Cons' album. I still have the demo somewhere. A few posters on GYBO suggested doing a 'punk' challenge. Take a punk track and 'boot' it. This was my effort. It's now become a pretty notorious track with an excellent video created by Red. Ongoing negotiations with all concerned for an official release in some form. February 2003
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'LSD FOREVER' Wendell Austin / The Beatles LSD / Strawberry Feilds breakbeat A stab at a 'country' mash up. I'm not particular fan of 'country music' but I knew I had a great LSD flavoured track on a dusty LP somewhere, so it was an excuse for me to indulge in my love for 60's Psychedelia. Used the 'Strawberry Fields' fade out break from Anthology2 amongst some backwards effects. There's a message at the end of the track in reverse that was spookily sampled form a country documentary on tv that afternoon. February 2003
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'PRETTY RUDY' TLC / The Specials Unpretty / A Message To You Rudy Was a whole spate of GYBO 'challenges' popping up for the weekends and a 'Ska' theme came next. The two tracks work but sound a little forced. Still, got played by James on The Remix after Ray of Gob that Friday night thus completeing my first 2 in a row on the show. March 2003
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'RAT INFERNO' The Trammps / The Specials Disco Inferno / Rat Race Put up under the name 'Tarzan of The Apes' and kidded a few people. More good dancefloor fodder after a session of alcoholic abuse. Big fan of The Specials and Madness. Remind me of schooldays in 1979. March 2003
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'FREAKRIDE' Adina Howard / Ride Freak Like Me / Leave Them All Behind Shoegazers. Don't get me started, I was there. I was part of it. Always knew this track would work. One of those where you don't have to re-pitch the vocal and there's enough meat in the backing track to make it punch. Created as a new track to play out at Bastard that month and was going to be part of the Remix Superchunk but some last minute tracks relegated it. April 2003
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'SHANNON STONE' Shannon / The Rolling Stones Let The Music Play / Gimme Shelter / Honky Tonk Women / Sympathy For The Devil A big favorite with a lot of people including Eddy Temple-Morris and Alan McGee. Again was created for the GYBO album and given to Grant as 'Let The Music Gimme Shelter'. The guys at the remix played that version on air and got me a lot of good press. Decided to remix it for the Superchunk but ended up putting it out before then. Added the break from Honky Tonk Women and snatches of Sympathy For The Devil whilst layering some strings and a Jim Morrison sample on top. Getting quite a bit of attention at the moment. May 2003
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'RETURN OF THE WEATHER EPISODE' Snoop Dogg & Dr Dre / Crowded House Remixed Next Episode / Weather With You The first track completed for the superchunk and included. Always sounded good when the sun came out for some stupid reason. Still does. May 2003
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'BABY'S GOT A CRAZY HORSE' Remix Prodigy / The Osmonds Baby's Got A Temper / Crazy Horses Always loved Crazy Horses since being a kid. This is probably the quickest track I've ever completed (the original version that is). Reworked this for the Bastard set as an opener. Still get good reaction to this track. Proved how there's a bit of the Osmonds in all of us........snigger. May 2003
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'WOULDN'T IT BE NICE TO BE YOUR FIRST' The Beach Boys / Barry White Wouldn't It Be Nice / Youre The First, The Last, My EverythingYes there are obvious flaws and clashes in parts of this track but I couldn't give a shit. The buzz I got when the vocal matched at the start of the chorus still gets me. The feel of the track is the clincher for me, it really wants to work. Put up the week before Barry sadly passed away. June 2003
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'CRAZY LOVE AFFAIR' Beyonce / Sly & The Family Stone Crazy In Love / Family Affair One of the early, if not the first 'Crazy' boot. Similar to the 'Closet' track in that I thought Beyonce would work better with a more laid back groove behind her. Family Affair did the job pretty well I thought. June 2003
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'YOU MAKE ME FEEL XTC' Sylvester / XTC You Make Me Feel (Might Real) / Generals And Majors Back on XTC territory again with 'Generals and Majors'. Listening back to this it sounds incredibly camp but I remember being quite proud of this when I completed it. Not an obvious choice of tracks to mix together at all. Included in The Superchunk.
June 2003
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'JUSTIN LOVES JACKO' Justin Timberlake / Michael Jackson Like I Love You / Billie Jean Demoed for MTV Mash but not used. Wouldn't have got clearance anyway so I'm told. Probably the most obvious thing I've ever done in terms of pairing and execution. A bit forced and a bit weak to be honest but the kids at KissFM loved it
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'WHO FOOLED KYLIE' Kylie / The Who Did It Again / We Don't Get Fooled Again Pretty rare vocal if you ask me. Orignally had Kylie's 'Did it Again' working with 'No Fun' by the Pistols and Led Zeps 'Ramble On' but when I got The Who gelling I couldn't resist. Wish I had done more with this track instead of leaving it very A vs B. June 2003
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'DAVID X' Liberty X / David Bowie Got To Have Your Love / Let's Dance With 2 days to go before my Superchunk deadline this gem landed in my lap. Like Freakride there was no pitch shifting the vocal and the tracks work really well together. Kicked off the set. There's a pinch of the Mantronix original at the front. June 2003
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'EVE'S PHAT GANGSTA' Eve & Alicia Keys / Sum 41 Gangsta Lovin / Fat Lip Started live as Eve over The Beatles 'Strawberry Fields' but was going nowhere fast (cheeky inclusion at the beginning here - recorded in the toilet). Phat Gangsta was completed for MTV Mash but remains uncleared for viewing. June 2003
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'SUBMUSIC' Madonna / The Sex Pistols Music / Submission Also known as 'the b-side'. 'Never Mind The Bollocks' has rarely been arms distance away since I first started buying music in the mid-seventies and Submission is the slowest track off the album and therefore pretty accessible for booting. Stumbled across this pairing very deliberately and still think I can do a better job. It was the last track I finished for the Superchunk. John Lydon has copies of both this track and Ray of Gob. He loves them both. June 2003
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'SUPERCHUNK' XFM The Remix CD June 2003
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'ROCK WITH ADDICTION (AWWW)' Ashanti / Janes Addiction Rock With You (aww baby) / Just Because Still like this one. The Janes track being brilliant anyway. Ashanti's vocal in 'Rock With You' is phrased differently and still to my ears sounds half a bar out everytime, so I shifted it for this track. QTV did a cool video bootleg of this. Created for Re:Mixology. July 2003
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'TEENAGE WHITNEY' Whitney Houston / The Undertones I'm Every Woman / Teenage Kicks I'm being serious right? GHP by numbers. Smile factor set to stun with a side-serving of tongue-in-cheek. Completed in 23 minutes and sounds like it. Described on an Undertones website as sounding like the boys playing in the living room with 'some bird' out in the hallway singing a different tune. Lovely. July 2003
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'ARE YOU IN THE BOAT?' Aaliyah / Incubus Rock The Boat / Are You In? Despite the fact I included this in the Re:Mixology last month, this track lay dormant in Acid for a year. Fact. Works well enough without any fancy stuff on it.
August 2003
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'ROBIN'S FANFARE' Robin Hood / Temptations / Chi-Lites Robin Hood / I Can't Get Next To You / Are You My Woman Re:Mixology opener and first thing completed for that set. Took the main sample from the Chi-Lites track that Beyonce used and played around with it. A bit of Psychedelic Psoul thrown in from the Temptations all set to the tune of a man stealing from the rich. A homage to theft. August 2003
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'WAITING FOR A DESTINY' Destiny's Child / Thin Lizzy Say My Name / Waiting For An Alibi Second time I've used Thin Lizzy and this one works better for me. There's quite a bit to pilfer from within the Alibi track, nice solo's as well. Had a stupid vision of Tommy Vance playing this on his comeback show for Radio One in the year 2009. Don't bet against it kids. August 2003
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'BRING THE TELEVISION' Public Enemy / Television Bring The Noise / Marquee Moon Bit of a quicky this one. I had originally paired Television with J-Lo's 'Waiting For Tonight' but ran out of patience with key clashes in the chorus. Next option? Pull out a rap acapella. Slap! Apparently Tom Verlaine listens to WFMU. August 2003
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'LIPSMACKING' Beatmaster / Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince Lipservice / He's The DJ and I'm The Rapper Old Skool electro tom foolery from GHP. This was a link track within the Re:Mixology set. Pretty short but was fun to play with. August 2003
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'MISSY TIGER' Missy Elliot / Survivor Work It / Eye Of The Tiger MTV Mash uncleared and used within the WFMU set. August 2003
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'JUST BE GOOD TO PAUL' Beats International / Wings Dub Be Good To Me / Let 'em In Would have loved the SOS Band vocal to go with this track but I've never seen one. Lindy had to do. Sounds rather oddly sad this. A reflective boot for a wet wednesday when your better half has just slammed the door in your face. Trust good old Paul to conjure up a wilting melody line to suck you in. Rather fond of this. August 2003
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'PSYCHELECTRODELICA' The Jellybean Bandits / The Electric Prunes / Hallucination Generation trailer Generation / I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night Seems to have gone down quite well in a few quarters. Just me playing god with a bit of Psychedelia and some electro beats. I have never seen the film 'Hallucination Generation' but would dearly love to. Reminds me of the old Scala Psych film nights in Kings Cross with repeated showings of the Monkees Head and The Trip starring Peter Fonda. This is not the last time I'll do something like this. August 2003

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'TEMPTATION OF THE BLUES' The Temptations / The Mighty Wah My Girl / Story Of The Blues Part 1 Demoed for Pete Wylie but worked nicely within the second half of the Re:Mixology set. To be continued. August 2003
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'SLY BEYONCE WALKS LIKE A NERD' Beyonce / The Bangles / Sly Stone / NERD Crazy In Love / Walk Like An Egyptian / Run To The Sun Nice title. Could have done a lot better with this in my opinion but the main idea was accomplished pretty swiftly. Last thing I did for Re:Mixology. This is another track that Pitchfork picked up on and now seems to be a firm favourite with quite e few folk. August 2003
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'DIRRTY STONES' Christina Aguilera / The Rolling Stones Dirrty / All Over Now As stated earlier this track was completed quite a while ago but never surfaced. The Stones tongue on Christinas chest is not Photoshoped by the way. It comes from a rather tasty photoshoot that she did around the time of 'Stripped'. Pretty fond of this mix. Gave xtina some stones 'verb and seems to work well overall. August 2003
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'KINKY MADONNA' Madonna / The Kinks Music / All Day And All Of The Night First attempted this in a 'one minute' GYBO challenge thing. Touched up the chorus, extended it, came out ok. Like the sleeve better myself. August 2003
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'RE:MIXOLOGY' WFMU CD August 2003
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'UP 2 SPEED' Compilation Bringing together all the tracks from both the 'Superchunk' and 'Re:Mixology' shows for XFM and WFMU, plus 'Pretty Rudy', 'Rat Inferno', 'Freakride' and 'Crazy Love Affair'.
August 2003
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'RAZOR SMILE' Beatles / Jimi Hendrix / Snapper Sgt Pepper / Rain / Are You Experienced /
Crossfader Dominator First taster from the Beatleg Bootles Project. Aimed squarely at the dancefloor
and was pretty much an all round success. Played out regularly by ETM of the Remix and James
Hyman.
September 2003
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'BEATLEG BOOTLES Part 1' Contains 'How Does It Feel To Be Rich, Man?' / 'Sloop For No One' / 'Razor Smile' / 'Daytrip To Never Never Land' / 'Karma In The Life'.
Part One of a project that I've always had in mind and got a cool reaction to be honest. A pretty decentreview appeared in Pitchfork and the track 'Daytrip To Never Never Land' made it onto national radio in Holland. Played in its entirity by ETM at a recent Remix night at Cargo.
September 2003
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'Go Home Productions Promotional Sampler 2003' Promo CD Includes a 16minute mix of 'David X' / 'Razor Smile' / 'Turn Out The Light Slave' / 'Work It Out With A Foxy Lady' / 'Making Plans For Vinyl' / 'Ray Of Gob' / 'Karma In The Life'. Also includes 2 David Bowie tracks 'I'm Afraid Of Making Plans For Americans' and 'Fame (GHP Remix)' Frank Skinner Show opening and closing titles / and 'This Is MyJerry Springer Moment (GHP Remix) produced for Jerry Springer The Opera.
October 2003
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'CAN'T BUY ME CAROLINE' The Beatles / Status Quo Can't Buy Me Love / Caroline
Not really part of Beatleg Bootles but was created shortly after. The result of a few pints in the localand hearing 'Caroline' on the jukebox and getting the nagging feeling that 'Can't buy Me Love' wouldwork with it.........somehow. Got some great responses from Quo fans regarding this track.
October 2003
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'FRANK SKINNER SHOW TV THEME'
Remixed by Go Home Productions for Avalon Television Productions.
Broadcast on ITV.
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'LET IT GO' Basement Jaxx / Wood Brass & Steel Romeo / Funkanova
Actually recorded before all the Beatles mixes and lay on the hardrive for a while. Was saving it for Amsterdam along with a few other tracks that maintained a more club feel. The track uses a couple
of vocal refrains from the 'Romeo' acapella over filtered edits and
cut-ups from the 'Funkanova' track.
October 2003
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'A SLIM McSHADY 2003' Eminem / Wings Without Me / Silly Love Songs
Nothing more than a tidy up of the first thing I ever did as GHP, for playing out purposes.
October 2003
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'RAY OF JAM' Madonna / The Jam Ray Of Light / To Be Someone
This track pre-dated Ray Of Gob by a couple of weeks and was originally going to be put out but I never finished it. It was while playing around with this that I realised several Pistols tracks would also work. The Jam track used is 'To Be Someone' from their 'All Mod Cons' album. Finally saw the light of day in October after a few inquiries from Jam fans.
October 2003
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'GOD SAVE MADONNA' Madonna / The Sex Pistols Ray Of Light / God Save The Queen Demo
Created shortly after Ray Of Gob and sent out on a few promos. Whilst digging around for Ray Of Jam, I decided to drag this one out as well. Has a different feel to the first mix and sounds more like a different song. Recently played at the start of the match between
York City and Doncaster to 6,000 footie fans.
October 2003
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'October Sampler2003' Promo CD
3 Track sampler containing 'Sometimes I Want You Back' produced for Ash and the 2 EMI / Virgincommissioned David Bowie tracks 'I'm Afraid Of Americans' / 'Fame (GHP Remix)'.
October 2003
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'JACKO UNDER PRESSURE' Michael Jackson / Queen & David Bowie Rock With You /
Under Pressure Put together after an idea inspired by the recent goings on with the King of Pop. Really pleased with the final version and the overall reaction to the track. Played within 24hrs
of being created, on XFM by James Hyman and indeed caused quite a stir that week on the station after repeated plays. The original mix of this contained samples from TV but the version
available now has had them removed. November 2003
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'KARMA IN THE LIFE' Radiohead / The Beatles Karma Police / A Day In The Life Taken from the
Beatleg Bootles set and made available in isolation after many requests. Was the last track that I
played at Bastard in December to a crowd of dropped jaws. Nice feeling. November 2003
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'ELECTRIC SEX - PROBLEMS AT THE GAY BAR' Electric Six / Sex Pistols Gay Bar /
Problems Had originally paired Gay Bar with 'My Sharona' by The Knack but never got round to finishing it. Then heard that someone had put those 2 tracks together and dropped the idea. This came about after preparing some Pistols tracks for the Toy Factory gig in December and worked quite well and quickly. Paired with the 'Jacko' track for promo CD purposes.
December 2003
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'GAY HOUSE' Electric Six / Blur Gay Bar / Country House MTV MASH
Go Home Productions track commissioned by MTV Mash.
First broadcast December 2003
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'CRAIG SAYS RELAX' Craig David / Frankie Goes To Hollywood Whats Your Flava / Relax
MTV MASH Go Home Productions track commissioned by MTV Mash.
First broadcast December 2003
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'ROCK 'N ROLL' Eve & Alicia Keys / Joan Jett Gangsta Lovin / I Love Rock & Roll MTV MASH
Go Home Productions track commissioned by MTV Mash.
First broadcast December 2003
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'BABY BLUE' Baby D / Blue Let Me Be Your Fantasy / You Make Me Wanna MTV MASH
Go Home Productions track commissioned by MTV Mash.
First broadcast December 2003
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'MONTELL BENSON' Montell Jordan / George Benson This Is How We Do It / Gimme The Night
This track was originally created for MTV Mash quite a while ago but was blocked by the publishers
of one of the artists involved. Was quite an easy match to be honest and retains a certain amount of
'old-skool' charm if nothing else. December 2003
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'PiLS, THRILLS & BRITNEYACHE' Britney Spears & Madonna / Public Image Limited
Me Against The Music / Socialist Created this one a few months before making it available, after changing it's arrangement several times and adding various layers of percussion etc. Still not entirely happy with the final result but the reaction to it was pretty cool, none the less. December 2003
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'GHP4IDC-TO POP AND BACK IN 18 MINUTES' GHP 18min mIx for IDC's Green Room Radio
Show.
Promo CD Includes: You Are Going To Rock & Roll / January / Young Americans (Cry Dub) / Blurred It All Before / Hollywood Flava / Xtina's A Monkee (Edit) / Paperback Believer / There's Nothing Wrong With A Beat (Edit) / Drop The Bomb On The Mutha / Rich Girls And Boys / Emma's Knickers, Maybe. Broadcast on January 13th 2004
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'PAPERBACK BELIEVER' The Beatles / The Monkees Paperback Writer / I'm A Believer
Suppose this is another track that broke the camels back. Love it or hate it (I love it). Received a lot of press on the back of this (along with Karma In The Life) and has been getting heavy airplay in LA. January 2004
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'XTINA IS A MONKEE' Christina Aguilera / The Monkees Can't Hold Us Down / Theme From The Monkees. Only the intro to this track was used in the Green Room Mix because I hadn't completed the track by the time it was ready for broadcast. Just a bit of fun with the Monkees (again) and was quite pleased with the way that Xtina sounds so at home with them...........January 2004
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'BLURRED IT ALL BEFORE' Sunshine Anderson / Blur Heard It All Before / There's No Other Way Rejected by MTV twice! Oh well. It's Blurs 'There's No Other Way' cut up with
Sunshine Andersons 'Heard It All Before' bolstered by a phat break. A POP bootleg. January 2004
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'HOLLYWOOD FLAVA' Craig David / Frankie Goes To Hollywood What's Your Flava / Relax Different mix to the one currently being repeated on MTV. Craig David's 'Whats Your
Flava' with Frankie Goes To Hollywoods 'Relax' for the most part. Slipped in some Paul Morley / Frankie vox at the start and added snatches from 'All You Need Is Love' by The Jamms. January 2004
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'DROP THE BOMB ON THE MUTHA' Tears For Fears / Trouble Funk Mother's Talk / Drop The Bomb Main ingredients in this track are Tears For Fears 'Mother's Talk' with samples from Troublefunks 'Drop The Bomb' liberally spread throughout. Also dropped in 2 of my favourite breaks. Firstly 'Rollin' Over' by The Small Faces (also used in 'Work It Out With A Foxy Lady') and The Sex Pistols 'No Fun'.
January 2004
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'RICH GIRLS AND BOYS' The Beatles / Blur Baby You're A Rich Man / Girls And Boys
This was the original idea I had when I first got my hands on the 'Rich Man' vox but I felt Issac Hayes was a more interesting proposition to be paired with. A bit slack production-wise but after airing this a few times at recent gigs, the reactions seemed pretty cool. January 2004
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THE ALLEN DEAN PROJECT Oh what a laugh. This whole thing came about because I had spliced a new track with Echo & The Bunnymen in it. They had rapped my knuckles for the 'I believe in killing time' track from 2002 so I decided to create an alter ego to put it out under. Anyway, 1 track eventually turned into 4 tracks and I kept the joke going whilst casually dropping more GHP references as each day went by until I got found out. Great fun.
The tracks were as follows:
1. ABBA & THE BUNNYMEN // 2. RAPTURE RIDERS // 3. CRAZY LITTLE FOOL // 4. I JUST WASN'T MADE FOR THE BACKSEAT OF MY CAR
Rapture Riders was the favourite for me. Led me to having personal contact with Chris Stein and even as I am writing this has now developed into some contact with The Doors and their representatives. Watch this space. January 2004
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'MORTRAVIS' Morcheeba / Travis February 2004 World Looking In / Sing Yet another MTV Mash
outtake. February 2004
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'DON'T STOP CHANGING' Paul Weller / S Club 7 Don't Stop Moving / The Changing Man MTV MASH Go Home Productions track commissioned by MTV Mash.
First broadcast March 2004
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'ESSEX DOVES' b/w 'JET LADY JOE' (MEMBERS ONLY RELEASE) 2 tracks that I made available to members of the mailing list only. 'Essex Doves' mixes David Essex 'Rock On' with Doves 'Firesuite'. A pretty laid back affair but the vocal mixes perfectly. Like to open with this track when playing out. 'Jet Lady Joe' is Jets 'Are You Gonna Be My Girl' with The Beatles 'Lady Madonna' / Joe Walsh's 'Life's Been Good' / Mud's 'Tiger Feet' and snatches of The Jamms 'All You Need Is Love'. This track tends to cause mayhem and confusion at first when played out but people seem to go mad for it. You are advised to play both tracks at exceeding LOUD volume. April 2004
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'ANNIE RUSH' (MEMBERS ONLY RELEASE) Must admit I'm still pleasantly surprised by the reactions to this. More emails than I care to mention after making it available through the mailing list.
It's Annie Lennox 'Little Bird' drunkenly thrown at Rush's 'Spirit Of Radio'. For some stupid reason both tracks work really well together. The version I play out starts with the Rolling Stones 'Satisfaction' then
morphs into Rush halfway through. May 2004
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'WRAPPED DETECTIVE' A cheeky mash-up of 5 artists. Elvis Costello,
The Police, Lionel Ritchie, Peggy Lee and Bob Marley. Basically the centre section of a longer mix that is still being worked on for US radio but I just felt the time was right to pull it out for folks to hear. June 2004
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'NOTORIOUS TRICK' Kelis / Duran Duran
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'GIRL WANTS (TO SAY GOODBYE TO) ROCK & ROLL'
Christina Aguilera / The Velvet Underground
'WASTED DANGER' Electric Six / Kings Of Leon
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'RIDE' (GHP RABBIT HOLE REMIX) The Vines
'I FEEL AN IDIOT' Depeche Mode / Green Day
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'WFMU SESSION 2004 FOR THE IRWIN CHUSID SHOW'
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'GHP SIXX MIXX' For Live 105
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'YAZU2' Yazoo / U2
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'WAR DOGGS AND IRON PIGS' Snoop Dogg / Black Sabbath
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'ALIVE AND NELLIFIED' Nelly / The Mooney Suzuki
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'LOSE MY FREEDOM' Destiny's Child / Devo
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'FREEEZING RAIN' Freeeze / The Cult
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'BREAKIN MY BLOODY PROCESS' Kasabian / The Music / My Bloody Valentine
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