strictly kev – raiding the 20. century

strictly kev – raiding the 20th century (a history of the cutup)
strictly kev uses all artists who themselves sampled to create a huge mix as an hommage to bootleg culture.
“if bootlegs are dead, this is it’s eulogy.”
[via boomselection.net]
this is how kev describes sit:

“i tried to use examples of artists’ who had used samples or pieces of other peoples’ work or sounds that weren’t of a musical origin as a basis for the term ‘cut up’. Obviously i couldn’t fit everyone in and there are some glaring omissions from heavyweights like Stockhausen, Raymond Scott, Xenakis, Meat Beat Manifesto, Stock, Hausen & Walkman and a plethora of scratch DJs but it was for the Remix and i didn’t want to get too involved in certain areas.

The first section is a sort of mini superchunk in the style you would expect albeit with as many tracks in 10 minutes as you would maybe get in the usual 30 minute slot. After this i wanted to go back to the 40’s and the beginning of tape recorders and music concrete and proceed through the century up to 2001 – the year i always peg the ‘bootleg’ craze first emerging even though records like the EEC’s Whipped Cream mixes originally came out in ’94.

You could seriously write a thesis on this mix as so many parts cross reference, resample or ‘quote’ (as Jon Oswald would have it) each other, especially in the hip hop/megamix genre. For instance: Burroughs’ theorising on cutting into a phrase in the present makes the future leak out, here a small section of a Coldcut track using the same speech appears underneath and eventually synches up with his words.

Later on two seperate Steinski tracks both using the phrase “Heeeeeeere’s Jonny” segue into each other shortly after the phrase “Take it away John Cameron” from the Flying saucer record previously sampled by Steinski. (The ‘Time becomes a loop’ intro to the 2nd Orbital LP seems apt here)

On a lighter note we have Mike Read from Osymyso’s ‘Pat & Peg’ shouting “We’re looking for Roy” before jumping to a Freelance Hellraiser track and the trade off of Melle Mel’s “Bass” from ‘White Lines’ with Justins’ “Drums” from ‘Like I Love You’.

There’s over 130 tracks in there somewhere and another 60 or so spoken word samples, over 3 gigs of audio compressed into 39 minutes. The title ‘Raiding the 20th Century’ is an appropriation of a project Paul Morley & Trevor Horn were to instigate with the Art of Noise that would run for 7 years and encapsulate the different spheres of life from the last 100 years.”

the tracklist:
Avril Plays The Beatles (mp3)
Howard Zinn – Peoples’ History of the 20th Century (mp3)
Loo and Placido – Safari Love (mp3)
Braces Tower – Special Child (mp3)
Jrb – Busta vs Steptoe & Son (mp3)
fLeXuS – Double Fantasy (CD-R)
Cropstar – Crazy Prado (mp3)
Tacteel vs Britney – Overprotected (CD-R)
Will Smith vs Mr Trick – Nod Ya Head (Boot Camp 7″)
fLeXuS – It Ain’t Nothin’ (CD-R)
? – Spandau Fillet (mp3)
Go Home Productions – Turn Out The Light Slave And Give Me Some Rhythm (mp3)
Go Home Productions – Work It Out With A Foxy Lady (mp3)
Beyonce – Crazy In Love (poj mix) (mp3)
Skatter – Diddy (mp3)
fLeXuS – Bite Your Salami (CD-R)
Cassetteboy – Joliver (Barrys Bootlegs)
Frenchbloke & Son – Sound of da S Club (CD-R)
Lemon Jelly – Soft Rock (LJ 7″)
dsico – Bille Jean Dancehall Edit (mp3)
dsico – Flash In Herre (mp3)
Missy Elliot – Pass That Dutch (poj mix) (mp3)
The Beatbox Saboteurs – Come Fighting (V/Vm Test Records)
fLeXuS – Interelaxative (CD-R)
fLeXuS – White Love (CD – R)
Evil Twin – The Lady & The Lake (CD-R)
Justin Timberlake – Like I Love U (Ochre remix) (mp3)
dsico vs fLeXuS – it’s Getting Hot Hot hot in Herre (CD-R)
Soundhog – Hating My Edge (mp3)
The Breakbeatles – Feel Alright (CD-R)
Lionel Vinyl – Doctor On The Train (mp3)
dsico vs fLeXus – It’s Getting Hot Hot hot in Herre (CD-R)
Bastard Runners – Don’t Start Me Down (12″)
Exactshit – Crazy Humanoids (CD-R)
Frenchbloke & Son – My Name Keeps Coming Up (CD-R)
dsico – Hey Pop Slut (mp3)
Go Home Prod. – Ray of Gob (mp3)
Madonna – WTF? (mp3)
dsico – This Is Missy Country (mp3)
Girls Aloud – S.O.T.U. (poj mix) (mp3)
Player – Angel of Theft (CD-R)
Osymyso – Wegoddim (mp3)
Flashbulb – Mama Said Knock You Out (mp3)
Alvin Lucier – I Am Sitting In A Room (?)
Pierre Henry – Souffle 1 (Phillips / 21st Century Prospective Siecle LP)
Pierre Henry – Divintiés Irritées (Phillips / 21st Century
Prospective Siecle LP)
John Cage – Imaginary Landscape (?)
William Burroughs – Cut Ups (?)
Coldcut (Let Us Play LP outro) (Ninja Tune LP)
Marshall McLuhan – The Medium Is The Massage (Columbia LP)
Steve Reich – Come Out (Odyssey/Music of Our Time LP)
Radiophonic Workshop – Major Bloodnock’s Stomach (BBC Records LP)
The Beatles – Revolution No.9 (Capitol LP)
Radiophonic Workshop – Talk Out (BBC Records LP)
Ed Solomon – The Beatle Flying Saucer (Planet X LP)
Kenny Everett – Double D Show radio spot (mp3)
Cold Crush Brothers vs The Fantastic 5MCs (Music of Life LP)
The Worlds Famous Supreme Team – radio mix (mp3)
(Orig.) Big Apple Productions Vol. 2 – Genius At Work (J & T Records 12″)
The Art of Noise – Close (To The Edit) (ZTT 12″)
Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five – Adventures On The Wheels of
Steel (Sugarhill 12″)
Double D & Steinski – Lesson 2 (The James Brown Mix) (Disconet 12″)
Malcolm McLaren – Buffalo Gals (Charisma 12″)
The Latin Rascals KISS radio mix (mp3)
Double D & Steinski – The Payoff Mix (aka Lesson 1) (Disconet 12″)
Big Apple Productions – Genius At Work Vol. 2 (J & T Records 12″)
Mr. K (aka Danny Krivit) – Rock The House (T.D. Records Inc. 12″)
Double D & Steinski – Lesson 3 (The History of Hip Hop) (Tommy Boy 12″)
Buchannan & Goodman – Flying Saucer Pt.1 (Cash Records LP)
Bomb The Bass – Beat Dis (Mister-Ron/Rhythm King 12″)
Steinski & Mass Media – The Motorcade Sped On (NME 7″)
Coldcut – Say Kids, What Time Is It? (White Label 12″)
Coldcut – Beats & Pieces (Ahead Of Our Time 12″)
Eric B & Rakim – Paid In Full (Coldcut Seven Minutes of Madness mix) (4th & Broadway 12″)
M/A/R/R/S – Pump Up The Volume (4AD 12″)
Eric B & Rakim – Micheal Jackson Got Soul (mp3)
Think Tank – Hack One (The Internet Worm mix) (Hakattack Records 12″)
Big Apple Productions – Genius At Work Vol. 2 (J & T Records 12″)
DJ Shadow – Lesson 4 (Hollywood Basic 12″ Promo)
Hiroshi & Kudo feat. DJ Milo – Return of The Original Artform (Major Force 12″)
Derek & Clive – Records (DK re-edit) (Virgin LP/mp3)
Double D & Steinski – Lesson 3 (Tommy Boy promo 12″)
US radio spot about scratching (CD-R)
Invisibl Skratch Piklz – Vs Da Klamz Uv Deth (Asphodel 12″)
The Herbaliser – Wall Crawling Flying Insect Breaks (Ninja Tune 12″)
Cut Chemist – Lesson 6 (The Lecture) (Pickininny 12″ EP)
Cassetteboy – Fly Me To New York (Barrys Bootlegs CD)
Jive Bunny & The Mastermixers – Swing The Mood (Music Factory12″)
Stars On 45 – Stars On 45 (? 12″)
The Jams – All You Need Is Love (KLF Communications 12″)
Negativeland – The Perfect Cut (Good As Gold) (SST LP)
Christian Marclay – Pandora’s Box (Organik/RecRec LP)
Jon Oswald – Way (Plunderphonics CD)
Evolution Control Committee – Rebel Without A Pause (The Whipped
Cream mix) (Pickled Egg 7″)
Jon Oswald – Brown (plunderphonics CD)
Tape Beatles – Concern About (Staalplaat CD)
Jon Oswald – dab (plunderphonics CD)
Tape Beatles – Short History of the Tape Beatles (Staalplaat CD)
The KLF – Rock Radio Into The Nineties And Beyond (KLF Communications LP)
People Like Us – Sound Escape (Solielmoon Recordings 12″)
Negativeland – The Letter U & The Numeral 2 (acapella mix) (Seeland 12″)
Black Helicopters – Hammered Gods (Leaf 12″)
People Like Us – Sound Escape (Solielmoon Recordings 12″)
Tape Beatles – Thus (Staalplaat CD)
Forest J. Ackerman – Music For Robots (Science Fiction Records LP)
Osymyso – Intro Inspection (Radar 12″)
The Freelance Hellraiser – A Stroke of Genius (white label 7″)
Girls On Top – We Don’t Give A Damn About Our Friends (Black Melody 7″)
Kurtis Rush – George Gets His Freak On (white label 12″)
Copywrong – Too Much Freakin’ (mp3)
Girls On Top – Being Scrubbed (Black Melody 7″)
2 Many DJs – Dreadlock Woman (white label 12″)
Osymyso – Pat n Peg (3 Sevens 12″)
The Freelance Hellraiser – Got My Lovely Money (CD-R)
The Freelance Hellraiser – Step On Man (CD-R)
Osymyso – Intro Inspection (Radar 12″)
Osymyso – John’s Not Mad (mp3)
Picasio – Do You Really Like It? (Barrys Bootlegs 7″)
Freelance Hairdresser – Marshall’s Been Snookered (mp3)
? – I’ve Created A Monster (mp3)
B.R.K. – JackoNim (mp3)
mr On – Breathe, Don’t Stop (white label 12″)
The Freelance Hellraiser – Can You Lick Shots? (CD-R)
Skkatter – Madonna Is A Filthy Slut (V/Vm Test Records LP)
Mcsleazy – Don’t Call Me Song 2 (mp3)
Girls On Top – I Wanna Dance With Numbers (Black Melody 7″)
Kylie – Can’t Get You Out Of My Head (Electrosoul mix) (PIAS CD)
Kid 606 – Straight Outta Compton (Violent Turd CD)
Jacknife Lee – Get Ur 9lb Cock On (white label 12″)
Andy Partridge – The History of Rock & Roll (Pipe Records LP)
V/Vm – Chris De Burger – Lady In Red (Is Dancing With Meat) (V/Vm Test Records 7″)
Bill Bailey – Cockney Medley (mp3)
[via beatmixed.com

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