Jesus And Tori Amos walk into a dance club…

’90s Music y’all.

MC 900 Ft. Jesus
Regression Session
MC 900 Ft. Jesus is pretty much known for only two things. One is the video for his 1994 semi-hit “If I Only Had A Brain,” which was directed by Spike Jones. The other is that his name is MC 900 Ft. Jesus. I sure as heck don’t know much else about the dude. So anything I’d say here would just be a retread of his wiki. So go read that if you want to know more about him.

As far as this song, it’s the b-side to “If I Only Had A Brain,” and sounds absolutely nothing like it. It’s not a rap jam, it’s not a dance tune, it’s literally what the title says it is; a regression therapy session (with a free jazz musical backdrop). Those who are easily open to suggestion may not want to listen to the tune whilst driving, lest they regress to toddlerdom.

Tori Amos
In The Springtime Of His Voodoo (Hasbrouck Heights Club Mix)
In The Springtime Of His Voodoo (Quiet Mix)
In The Springtime Of His Voodoo (Sugar Dub)
In The Springtime Of His Voodoo (Hasbrouck Heights Single Mix)
I really wish someone in Tori Amos’ camp would put together a remix collection featuring just some of the amazing mixes from her singles of the 90s and early 2000s. A lot of her best tracks from the era were remixed amazingly into surprisingly great dance tracks. I particularly remember that the remixes to “Raspberry Swirl” were great, and I also enjoyed the mixes of “Jackie’s Strength” and “Professional Widow.” Why can’t Tori fans (if any remain) buy them? The Tori fans of the 90s were pretty hardcore and needed to get everything. I’m sure that Tori released a box set, or even just a digital-only collection, of these mixes, it would sell to that crowd still.

But hey, until then enjoy the downloads.

5 Responses to “Jesus And Tori Amos walk into a dance club…”

  1. Zack says:

    Maybe it’s cause I live close to Dallas… But I have acquired several MC 900 Ft Jesus albums over the years. I’ve played a couple of his tracks during the calm hours at clubs.

    Thanks for the post. Great as always.

  2. Acid Ted says:

    I only MC900ft Jesus I recall is his rap on Curve’s Ten Little girls. But agree that the Tori remixes ought to get their own release.

  3. Chuck says:

    When it comes to MC 900 Ft. Jesus for me nothing beats “The City Sleeps”, discovered it during a late night coding session while listening to Radio Paradise, ended up on a loop for the rest of the night.

  4. sheedyjaye says:

    I could always throw a Tori Amos remix DJ set down for you if you’d like. Because I’m cool like that!

    I’m one of the rare Tori fans that actually LIKED her remixes, too. Now I’m just waiting for the plethora of Tori fans who vehemently HATE them to start throwing shoes at me. 😛

  5. sheedyjaye says:

    Well, the Tori Amos DJ Mix didn’t take very long, really. Just had to sit down and do the damned thing:

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