Spannered Oddcast #12
DJ Bus Replacement Service
Posted by Wagner
on 29 June 2010 (17:41:43)
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The inimitable DJ Bus Replacement Service travels to the end of the internet to assemble another platter of freshly polished audio turds
It's been just over a year now since the delightful DJ Bus Replacement Service — ably assisted on mic duties by MC Toilet — made her site debut. The eighth installment of Spannered's Oddcast series pointed towards an almost virtuosic understanding of that much-maligned genre: outsider music.
 
We've been sitting on this follow-up mix for some months now, allowing the dense flavours to fustily mature, much like a corked bottle of cheap wine or a furry hunk of airing cupboard-ripened camembert.
 
Special credit to Tony Surgeon for 'Turd Polisher' duties.
 
"DJ Bus Replacement Service is... the human centipede... of music." — David Cameron (probably quoted out of context).
  
Tracklisting:
  • Master Gunnery Sergeant Bill Dower - Warm-Up: Daily Seven - Gonna Fly Now (Rocky's Theme)
  • Kromestar vs. Cotti - Mozart 3000
  • Heino - Karamba, Karacho, Ein Whisky (In Rio De Janeiro)
  • The Alexandrov Red Army Ensemble of Leningrad - California Girls
  • Charlie The Hamster - Remember the Sabbath Day
  • Cycle Sluts From Hell - I Wish You Were a Beer
  • Eddy Huntington - Meet My Friend
  • Danny Boy & The Serious Party Gods - Castro Boy (Somewhat Normal Version)
  • E Pak Sa - Gabba Darei (Out of Key Remix)
  • Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo - Tiroler Kaboemsch
  • 2 Live Jews - Oy! It's So Humid
  • Reh Dogg - Why Must I Cry?
  • Dictionaraoke - Anarchy In The UK
  • Dictionaraoke - Word Up
  • Dean Milan - Do It Like A Dog
  • Ogden Edsl - Dead Puppies
  • ***w/ Russell Haswell's A Horde Of Flies Feast On A Rotting Pheasant Carcass (Extract) played over Do It Like A Dog & Dead Puppies***
  • Azoto - Havah Nagilah
  • Heino - Carnaval In Rio / Viva Espana
  • Young Rick - You'll Never Walk Alone (Surgeon 2009 Autotune mix)
 Savour the delights of DJ Bus Replacement Service's first Oddcast here


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