Support Your Local Video Store

I’m going to mention this for the last time. As I do every March (the anniversary of The Lost Turntable) I am taking requests for reposts of previous posts. So far I’ve only gotten a few, and since one was for a track that I’m 99% sure I never even posted, you guys better get on the ball with this shit. Since I was so behind with requesting your requests (say that five times fast) I’m giving all you mofos till the end of the week to tell me what you want. Put it in the comment field, so I don’t get a billion emails asking for that damn Talk Talk EP. Seriously, what’s the deal with that? Everyone seems to go apeshit for those bastards except me. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t hate Talk Talk, I’ve just never been a big fan. Anyways, let me know what you want – I’m not this nice that often you know.

Butthole Surfers
Pepper (Comin’ Down The Mountain Mix – Edit)
Pepper (Short Shot Mix)
Pepper (Halluncinations’ Funky Salt-Lick Mix)
As a fan of The Surfers’ early insane psychedelic experimental mindfucks, I still have to say that this is one of my favorite songs by them. Many of their hardcore fans considered this tune to be a “sell-out” but I don’t know how much a band that calls itself Butthole Surfers can actually sell out. I love these sick bastards and I hope they record another album some day. Their existence is the sole reason why I hold any hope for Texas. These remxies came from a 12” single and have a few cracky noises in them. I removed them to the best of my ability. I don’t think these versions were every put on CD. The single also included the album cut “Jingle Of A Dog’s Collar” – a painful song about the death of a dog. Since you can get that one on Electriclarryland I didn’t include it, but I suggest everyone listen to it.

Greenhouse Effect Vs. Radiohead
Side 1
Side 2
Okay, this is one I don’t know a whole hell of a lot about but I sure am digging it. I picked this up at 720 Records during their grand opening and I was happy as hell that I did. It’s a “mash-up” record featuring the MCs of the indie-rap group Greenhouse Effect performing over various Radiohead tunes. It also has a bunch of random Radiohead interview quotes and other oddities thrown in. I couldn’t for the life of me figure out how to cut this bitch up into tracks, so it’s just split into sides.

Dub Psychosis
Passive Aggressive (Brothers In Rhythm Remix)
Special K (Timo Maas Remix)
Little Mo
Slave To The Wage (I Can’t Believe It’s A Remix)
Special K (Timo Maas Dub Mix)
I got these off of some weird EP titled Black Market Music Remix Sampler. I’m fairly certain everything on it has also been released on singles, EPs and various other releases through the years. I was debating making a zip file with all the songs, but I figured a lot of people out there would just want the remixes of “Special K” so I left them separate. Most of these remixes aren’t all that hot too be honest, but the B-side “Little Mo” is a must-listen.

7 Responses to “Support Your Local Video Store”

  1. george says:

    For reposts how about:
    Thomas Dolby- Windpower 12″
    New Order- Fine Time 12″

    and you once posted some of the soundtrack to the Joe Strummer movie Straight To Hell…would you happen to have the soundtrack stuff he did for the movie Permanant Vacation?

    Or any Tones on Tail remixes?

    Thanks. I love your site.

  2. The Lost Turntable says:

    I never posted anything from Straight to Hell. You’re thinking of Walker.

  3. Anonymous says:

    New Order – Sister Ray (Live)
    Husker Du – Helter Skelter (Live)

    Please keep the great stuff coming!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Could you repost those odd, mid-90s remixes of Fleetwood Mac’s Landslide? My girlfriend has been asking me about them forever but I’ve never had much luck finding them.

    Thank you. By the way, even though you jumped all over me both times I’ve asked questions here, I must say I love your site and I was asking for it anyway. Keep kicking ass!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Danny Elfman – Gratitude (Tornado Version)

    I was a bit late for that one when it was originally posted. Wouldn’t mind hearing it now though.

  6. headphaze says:

    great surfers remix set for sure. those are also on a cd. the 4 were released on disc 1996, same 3 peppers plus jingle of a dog’s collar. short shot mix was done by unkle. funky salt lick mix was done with the monk of rabbit in the moon. a great rmx disc for sure. well played last turntable.

  7. 1Adam12 says:

    I sure would love to get my hands on that brothers in rhythm remix of placebo if its possible….

    Great site by the way!

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