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Artist:Go Go Bizkitt
Desc:He's the greatest dancer!
Category:Music Videos, Electronic Dance Industrial Ambient
Tags:disco, Sister Sledge, strings, french house
Submitted:Cowboy Funk
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Cowboy Funk - 2010-09-02
Clearly this is a Sister Sledge remix. I'm sure if this ever gets signed the credits will be fixed.
godot - 2010-09-02
See also:

Aeroplane, Bloody Beetroots, Bottin, Chamboche, classixx, Crazy P, DCUP, The DFA (the label), Eli Escobar, Faze Action, Greg Wilson, Grum, Holy Ghost!, Ilija Rudman, In Flagranti, Jacques Renault, Knightlife, Lindstrom, Mighty Mouse, Mix Chopin, Moonchild, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Moullinex, Prins Thomas, Proxy, Solo, Steve Aoki, Tensnake, The Revenge, The Twelves, Todd Terje, Treasure Fingers

This is good. But its not terribly special.
Cowboy Funk - 2010-09-02
Whatever makes you groove. I guess I felt like posting something new I liked.

Cowboy Funk - 2010-09-02
That came out too snotty, sorry.

godot - 2010-09-03
I understand.

I've lately been trying to grok nu disco: it seems an ideal intergenerational cement for a family wedding I've been asked (out of the blue) to DJ (I'll be permitted to go somewhat off the chart rails for a few hours).

There's no shortage of pleasant tracks that more or less re-EQ and strain classics for modern consumption (I'd particularly recommend The Revenge's remix of "Lost in Music" among Sister Sledge tracks for a set-build).

But on the whole, I don't experience a sense that this is a necessary sound, a sound of the now. I know all the pomo apologies for resurrecting the past in new forms. I think 112-120 bpm nu disco with more evolved sound sculpture could be important, but its just too reverent so far...

(sorry to those who find this discussion too ILMish/Sound Opinionish on a video site)...

Cowboy Funk - 2010-09-03
I see what you are saying and agree. In this case it has more to do with timing and me being roped in by the nostalgia of it all. I had tons of 45s to play with as a kid ( around 6-7yo ) as my parents picked up everything in site, including the original of this. Sadly I have no idea what happened to that giant stack of records.

I dig a lot of Go Go's stuff because he does retool the original mood and feel somewhat radically while still giving us a big enough snip of the original to feast on. I know pitch can be a poor excuse for style and an easy hook to get folks on the floor. In spite of that this works for me and I think it's a lot of fun. But Go Go will have to broaden his bag of tricks if he wants to really go anywhere as a producer.

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