James Russell

gravatar
Member Since: 5/22/2001
Total Mixes: 38
Total Feedback: 289
Message | Friend

Other Mixes By James Russell

CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Alternative - Punk
Cassette | Mixed Genre

Here, Under Protest, Is Beefburgers

Artist Song Buy
Eddie Osbourne  Kitten on the Keys  buy on itunes
Muhammad Ali  Ali's Historical Theme Song  buy on itunes
Red Shadow (The Economics Rock n Roll Band)  Understanding Marx  buy on itunes
Phil Phillips  The Evil Dope  buy on itunes
Barry White  radio ad outtakes  buy on itunes
Brute Force  King of Fuh  buy on itunes
Michael Mills  Hidden & Satanic Messages in Rock Music - Led Zeppelin  buy on itunes
Steve Fisk  Donna Summer on the Radio  buy on itunes
Lil Markie  Diary of an Unborn Child  buy on itunes
Harold Alexander  Mama Soul  buy on itunes
Leonard Nimoy  Both Sides Now  buy on itunes
Dick Clark  Open Letter to the Older Generation  buy on itunes
Unknown  Acid - The Story of LSD (educational film soundtrack)  buy on itunes
Arcesia  White Panther  buy on itunes
Buck Ritchie  The Slave  buy on itunes
Michael Mills  Hidden & Satanic Messages in Rock Music - KISS & The Beatles  buy on itunes
Johnny Cash  I Walk The Line (German language version)  buy on itunes
Louis Farrakhan  Is She Is or Is She Aint  buy on itunes
Vincent Price  How to Cook Boys  buy on itunes
Burt Ward  Boy Wonder  buy on itunes
Orson Welles  Findus TV ad outtakes  buy on itunes
Unknown  Homosexuality (educational film soundtrack)  buy on itunes
Michael Mills  Hidden & Satanic Messages in Rock Music - Queen  buy on itunes
Unknown  Down By That River Drive  buy on itunes
A Walk In The Black Forest  Expletive Inserted  buy on itunes
Peter L. Batsin  How To Make A Tape Recorder  buy on itunes
A Little Girl (Marilyn Sokol)  I Want A Monster To Be My Friend  buy on itunes
William Shatner  Rocket Man  buy on itunes

Comment:

Back in '03 I went through a bit of an "incredibly strange music" phase, largely driven by Otis Fodder's 365 Days mp3 project. This... thing here is made up of tracks I found back then via Otis Fodder and like-minded sites such as April Winchell, Sharpeworld, etc. (Except for "Expletive Inserted", which is a sketch by some people who used to do a show on radio station 2RRR in Sydney that I'd downloaded long beforehand, but it fits in with this other stuff.) A surprisingly hard mix to pull off; once I'd worked out what tracks had to be on it, getting the actual running order right proved quite difficult, and I made my last tweak as I was entering it here.

Not even I will make any great claims as to this being a mix that you'll want to listen to over and over, but I think it's an... interesting listening experience. If you are mad enough to want a copy of this, then you probably deserve one. However, I take no responsibility for any injuries you may choose to inflict upon yourself after hearing some of these tracks. And if you think some of this looks dodgy, you should see some of the crap (such as Nichelle Nichols' vocal version of the Star Trek theme) I left off...

Feedback:

gravatar
Rob Conroy
Date: 1/8/2005
A lot of it looks a bit off, but in a fun way. Always good to see a mix from you, my friend. Happy new year!
gravatar
Jenergy
Date: 1/8/2005
Oh this is just to great. I'd love a copy - it's got to be the auditory euivalent of eating pop rocks with a hangover.
gravatar
James Jackson
Date: 1/8/2005
This is wild and wild!! Prepare for the onslaught -- you'll probably get tons of requests for this one.
gravatar
Slack-a-gogo
Date: 1/8/2005
Lots of "favorites" here. Fun, weird stuff. I was addicted to 365 Days for all of 2003 and all of the other similar sites. It's not something you can play everyday (at least I can't), but when you need that jolt of the bizarre this is good stuff!
I was glad to see somebody archive the 365 postings. And if you haven't already, you may want to check out the Kidde Records site from the same folks that do the excellent MP3 site Basic Hip. Man, the internet is a wonderful thing. -Dale
gravatar
Siobhan
Date: 1/8/2005
Bloody hell, this is cool. I'm sure the "dodginess" adds to the overall effect, and it's great to see something this unique around. I'd love to hear it. Well done you :)
gravatar
Dom1
Date: 1/8/2005
Up there with NOV's Mackerelly mixes! Great stuff!
gravatar
sport !
Date: 1/8/2005
Really excellent array of bad stuff! Good job!
gravatar
The Misfit
Date: 1/8/2005
Wonderful stuff! "I Want a Monster to Be My Friend" is delightfully disturbing (and disturbingly delightful) - as is most of the rest.
gravatar
hemizen
Date: 1/8/2005
This really scares me but what a great mix.
gravatar
Curtis_Burns
Date: 1/8/2005
This looks like incredible fun.
gravatar
Saaf
Date: 1/8/2005
I'm A Rock It Man. Crumb crisp coating. Fuh King great.
gravatar
McDonald12
Date: 1/9/2005
superb stuff. I love this kind of mix. You should here Bill Hicks talking about "Satanic Meggaes" in rock music. He says "Anyone who listens to music backwards, IS Satan". I'd love a copy of this and some of your other stuff, if you're interested in trading, please e-mail me when you have time. Cheers!
gravatar
McDonald12
Date: 1/9/2005
that should be "hear" and satanic messages". When are they gonna put a damn spell check in these things for us bad typists!
gravatar
valis
Date: 1/9/2005
Strangely strange & highly unsettling. A jolt of the unnormal for those who need the needle popped from the current well-worn track. And a spoonful of sugar makes the...
gravatar
valis
Date: 1/9/2005
Strangely strange & highly unsettling. A jolt of the unnormal for those who need the needle popped from the current well-worn track. And a spoonful of sugar makes the...
gravatar
Bear
Date: 1/9/2005
My goodness...
gravatar
Salman1
Date: 1/9/2005
My goodness indeed. Interesting mix.
gravatar
joey de vivre
Date: 1/9/2005
Odd & dodgy, but not stodgy!
gravatar
Media Vixen: Radio Sally
Date: 1/10/2005
Interesting barely describes it. A lot of hella-fun.
gravatar
12vman
Date: 1/13/2005
Cool.

You must be logged in to do this.