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Other Mixes By submeta

Cassette | Mixed Genre
Cassette | Mixed Genre
Cassette | Mixed Genre

it funked in the '80s

Artist Song Buy
Whitney Houston  So Emotional  buy on itunes
Madonna  Dress You Up (The 12" Formal Mix)  buy on itunes
Aretha Franklin  Who's Zoomin' Who  buy on itunes
Cameo  Candy  buy on itunes
George Clinton  Atomic Dog (Original Mix)  buy on itunes
Gap Band  Party Train (12" Mix)  buy on itunes
Jermaine Stewart  We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off  buy on itunes
Klymaxx  The Men All Pause  buy on itunes
Malcolm McLaren  Deep In Vogue  buy on itunes
Miguel Brown  So Many Men, So Little Time  buy on itunes
Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler  Back To Life (However Do You Want Me)  buy on itunes
Sheila E.  A Love Bizarre  buy on itunes
Ready For The World  Oh Sheila E. (Ultimix)  buy on itunes
Ready For The World  Oh Sheila  buy on itunes


This is my first posted mix, and perhaps I should've gone with something more sure-shot, but I love this one so I'm stickin' with it. Not all funk, not even all R&B, granted, but I like the title, so it sticks too. Been file-sharing like nuts the last couple months (I love cable modems), and here come the fruits... surprisingly, almost the exact same synth drums are used on "Dress" and "Zoomin'," so they made a natural segue. Cameo/Clinton/Gap Band pretty much speaks for itself, I think. I was trying to avoid obvious choices with this disc, and was very happy to find "The Men All Pause," one of the fiercest, funniest songs ever recorded. We close, slam-bang, with Sheila E., something I call "Oh Sheila E" (RFTW mixed with samples and beats from "The Glamorous Life"), and "Oh Sheila," which I still argue is the best Prince rip ever. Now I just have to find a copy of "Sugar Walls" for the next volume...


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