Hang The DJ #6

Originally broadcast on Studio Brussel on Friday October 12, 2001. I think.

*Intro (Dum dum dum dum)
*Chemical Brothers - Base 6
*Untitled (Mashup)Par-T-One - I’m So CrazyVirgin Prunes - Baby Turns Blue
*Black Lodge - Horse With No Name
*Vinyl Fever (Dirty Ali & Funky Farid) - Electronic For The Children
*Japan - Adolescent Sex
*DJ Neutron - On The Dancefloor
*Dynamo Productions - Steppin It Up
*The Marvels - Rock Steady
*Hip Hop Party Booster - Party Booster For DJs
*Stretch - Why Did You Do It (Remix)
*Public Enemy - Fight The Power
*Lovage - Lovage (Love That Lovage, Baby)
*Sven Vath & Miss Kitten - Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus
*Serge Gainsbourg - Requiem Pour Un Con
*Led Zeppelin - Communication Breakdown
*Sigue Sigue Sputnik - Love Missile F1-11 (DMC’s Sigue Sigue Sputmix)
*In The Beginning Was Strange Games (Mashup)Love Unlimited Orchestra - Strange Games & ThingsStik-E & The Hoodz - In The Beginning
*KRS-One - Step Into A World
*Blondie - Heart Of Glass
*Kiki - Gas126
*Kiko - Magnetized
*Garbage - Cherry Lips (Howie B Remix)
*The Rolling Stones - Undercover (Of The Night)
*7 Hurtz with Peaches & Bitch Lap Lap - Sexy Dancer
*New Order - Confusion (Arthur Baker 12″ Mix)
*Miss Kitten & The Hacker - Dirty Talk
*The Bollock Brothers - Horror Movies
*Tycoon Boy - Do The New Tycoon (Tycoon 6)
*Les Paul’s - 6 Strings Of Truth
*Lovage - Ladies Love Chest Rockwell
*Pixies - Where Is My Mind

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  • There are so many remixes of “Love Missile F1-11″! The one used here seems to be a shortened version of DMC’s Sigue Sigue Sputmix. I’ve seen another version labeled “Ultraviolence Millenium Remix” which lasts 12 minutes and seems to have all the samples that are used in this Hang The DJ mix, but I have not been able to locate what the official release title is.
  • Love Unlimited Orchestra’s “Strange Games & Things” is mashed up with a vocal track from Stik-E & The Hoodz that I can’t seem to locate. It’s a guy talking about the history of hip-hop. Google draws a blank on the lyrics. If you know what this is, please let me know.
  • Les Paul’s “6 Strings Of Truth” is probably mislabeled too. Can’t find much about it.
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