Electronic Music That Makes Me Happy

I think I’m nearly almost done with the damn guide. Hopefully I’ll have it up in a week or two! It’s kind of become a monster. I don’t know what happened.

In completely unrelated news, I got bored tonight and decided to see which of my Sega CD/Sega Saturn games had audio tracks I could rip. Turns out, most of them did. Would anyone be interested in me posting music from such classics as Sonic CD, Panzer Dragoon and Vitura Fighter 2? How about from such not-so-much classics like Golden Axe: The Duel and Virtual On? Are they available commercially anywhere? I have to imagine the soundtrack to Sonic CD was made available at some point wasn’t it? Was it ever released in the states? Sonic Boom!

Utah Saints
Something Good (051 Mix By John Kelly)
Anything Can Happen
Here’s a Lost Turntable protip for life.

Whenever you are feeling down and think that absolutely nothing can go right in your life, put on Utah Saint’s “Something Good.” Nearly any mix will do, as long as it has the full Kate Bush sample (so, um…not these mixes…sorry). Play it on loop. Eventually the etheral voice of Kate Bush will convince you that “Something good is gonna happen” and your life will once again have meaning. Fuck Tony Robbins or any other motivational speakers. This shit works.

Dub Pistols
Official Chemical (DJ Touche Vocal Mix)
Official Chemical (Dogtown Clash Mix)
Official Chemical (DJ Touche Instrumental Mix)
Problem Is (Breaks Mix)
Another one from my “I can’t believe I never posted this” file. I don’t know much about the Dub Pistols, but goddamn “Official Chemical” is my jam. I first heard it way back in 2001 in Frequency, an early rhythm game by Harmonix. I don’t know what it is about the song, something about it pumps me up. None of these remixes are as good as the album version, but they’re all great in their own ways, the guitar lick on the DJ Touche Vocal Mix is especially smashing.

“Problem Is,” while not as good as “Official Chemical,” is still a stand out tune as well, and this mix is worth a listen too.

Leftfield
Swords (Revisited Mix)
Swords (Cari Lekebusch Mix)
Swords (Two Lone Swordsmen Remix)
Swords (To Rococo Rot Remix)
Cliffnotes version of this 12″ single: The “Revisited Mix” is the best. It’s the best because it adds an amazing bassline to the mix that is so powerful that I bet, if used properly, it could cut someone  in half with its sheer awesomeness. It makes me wish I still had my crappy woofer hooked up to my PC. I would crank this tune so loud that my roommate (who is in the room below me) would probably vibrate right out of his bed and out the window. I should totally try that. Then maybe he’d get the message and stop being so damn loud at 7:30 AM.

Additionally, I suspect the dude who came up with the name “Two Lone Swordsmen Remix” really like the movie Airheads.

5 Responses to “Electronic Music That Makes Me Happy”

  1. Scream Queen says:

    Well, except for the “Revisited Mix”, all the Leftfield remixes are named after the guys who did them, so the “Two Lone Swordsmen” Remix was probably done by Andy Weatherall & Keith Tenniswood aka Two Lone Swordsmen, their followup project to Sabres of Paradise.

  2. Acid Ted says:

    I’d be really surprised if Andy Weatherall came up with Two Lone Swordsmen after the film Airheads. It was a fairly logical extension of his previous work in trio Sabres of Paradise.

  3. jens hohmann says:

    thanx for this. like the To Rococo Rot Remix.

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  5. ewingsc says:

    Posting those alternate mixes of “Something Good”

    featuring the full Kate Bush vocal

    could be readily viewed as a welcome public service :)

    It’s a truely wonderful track.

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