Hopped Up On Goofballs

So I broke/tore/snapped/fucked up a joint in my ribs by lifting an aquarium. I didn’t even know my ribs had joints. Regardless, that hurt a lot. But I’m flying high tonight thanks to painkillers.

This post is brought to you by Vicadin, the letter “H” and the number “pink.”

Woah, I think this shit is starting to kick in. I better make this quick.

Quick note too, I’m still looking for some good blogs, so please share any links you have (that’s not to say the links submitted weren’t good, I just haven’t looked at them that much yet). And contray to what shitstains out there may think, posting a link to your own blog isn’t trolling. Being a little moron and picking fights is though.

New Order
Here To Stay (Felix Da Housecat’s Extended Gltiz Mix)
Here To Stay (Scumfrog Dub Mix)
This is not a cover of th Korn “classic” (although that would have been wrong/AWESOME), instead its a track New Order released for the soundtrack to 24 Hour Party People, a movie about Factory Records. Makes sense. The track was produced by The Chemical Brothers, and has a definite house vibe to it, especially the remixes, big beats abound.

Breakfast Club
Expressway To Your Heart (The Shep Pettibone Mix)
The band Madonna was in before she was Madonna. They never released anything with that version of the line-up. This is a cover of the Philly Soul classic originally released by The Soul Survivors back in the 60s. This remix is from a 12” single and it takes what was already an 80s-tarded update of the tune and rockets it to mega80starded proporations. Yes, I said 80s-tarded, I just invented it. I’m gonna copyright that shit.

Human Nature (Runway Club Mix)
Human Nature (I’m Not Your Bitch Mix)
Human Nature (Bottom Heavy Dub)
And here’s Madonna, I didn’t even plan that synergy, it just kind of happened. I think. I don’t remember. I think I should go lay down.

6 Responses to “Hopped Up On Goofballs”

  1. Lupin Yonsei says:

    Hi! I love your blog.

    Get well soon and I will try and think of some good music blog selections!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Here’s a collection of rare live Pearl Jam covers. Thanks for the great posts too.



  3. Sly Syl says:

    This blog posts vinyl rips of incredibly obscure 80s songs. I love it.


  4. --xian says:

    Here are a couple that drop you in a different place…

    for Psyche-Pop

    and for rare Soul

    both have awesome archival collections and no BS – direct access

    btw – thanks for all of the great stuff

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