Saturday, January 14, 2006

RIAA: "Recording Industries Are Archaic"

An album's worth of wacky mashups by RIAA.

"Recording Industries Are Archaic"


1. Intro: Bessie Smith "Me and My Gin," media clips
2.
Obligatory Rap-Metal Mashup: Lyrics Born "Calling Out" vs Black Sabbath "Paranoid"
3.
Here Comes The HotButter: Hot Butter "Popcorn" vs Ini Kamoze "Here Comes The Hot Stepper"
4.
Itsy Bitsy Short Dick Man: 20 Fingers "Short Dick Man" vs Elektro-Sonic Orchestra "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini"
5.
Gold and Iron Mambo: Kanye West "Golddigger" vs The Lounge Brigade "Ironman," with Cypress Hill, Black Sabbath
6.
Beastie Butt: Beastie Boys "Root Down" vs The Butthole Surfers "Sweat Loaf" with kiddie record, Lee Scratch Perry
7.
Chris Rock's In The Place: Chris Rock "Defending Rap" vs Prodigy "Everybody's In The Place"
8.
Setting Sail: Enya "Orinoco Flow" vs Chemical Brothers "Setting Sun"
9.
It's Whiskey: Run DMC "It's Tricky" vs The Dubliners & The Pogues "Whiskey In The Jar"
10.
Kraftplay: Kraftwerk "Computer Love" vs Coldplay "Talk"
11.
The Shah Turns In His Grave: The Byrds "Turn Turn Turn" vs The Butthole Surfers "The Shah Sleeps In Lee Harvey's Grave"
12.
Forty Days And Forty Nights: The Doors "Riders On The Storm" vs Michael Jackson "Billie Jean"
13.
I Love Disco and I Hear It's Making A Comeback: Herbie Hancock "Bring Down The Birds," Petra Hayden "I Can See For Miles," Dee-Lite" Groove Is In The Heart,"
Vijay Benedict "I Am A Disco Dancer," media clips
14.
We Want Your Ska: The Specials "A Message To You Rudy" vs Freeland "We Want Your Soul," Khia "My Neck My Back," Annette Funicello & Fishbone saying "Ska!"
15.
There Is Not An Unusual Light That Never Goes Out:
Mr Fab sings! The Smith's "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" over Tom Jones' "It's Unusual"
16.
Mad Confusion Time: The Temptations "Ball of Confusion," Beastie Boys "In A World Gone Mad" vs Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra "The Last Time"
17.
Rise Above Circumstances: Black Flag "Rise Above" vs Elgar "Pomp and Circumstances"
18.
Have You Seen Forever: Chi-Lites "Have You Seen Her," Beach Boys "Forever," Public Image Ltd. "Radio 4," MC Hammer
"Have You Seen Her," media clips
19.
The Joy of Noise: Apollo 100 "Joy" vs Public Enemy "Bring The Noise"
Recorded on AcidPro mixing software 2004 - 2005.
Additional production (beats, sound effects, etc) by RIAA







11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great site. Too bad no one comments...check it everyday.

Mr Fab said...

Thanks! Web stats show I actually get a lot of visitors. Readers usually email me tho. Guess they don't want to go public with their love of this stuff - they'll never be able to run for public office.

Anonymous said...

Your Recording Industries album is fantastic. Love the diversity. Well Done. David

Anonymous said...

Yo.

Greeting from Germany. Love your stuff. Keep up the good work !

Greets,
gnomjosgon . com

Anonymous said...

Great stuff - keep on keepin' on.

Anonymous said...

I've only listened to a few tracks and I already love it! Great work.

Anonymous said...

Amazing stuff - keep on keepin' on.

Particularly love the track which shows how Coldplay nicked the riff from Kraftwerk, classic. Noone else seems to have noticed though, but you did.

A fan in Dubai - Middle East.

anonymous ne'er-do-well and malcontent said...

YOU think it (RIAA) is a cute band name.

I think it's the literal truth.

It's like being an abolitionist in a slave-owning society.

We will not stop until ALL IDEAS are free from oppression and commercial exploitation.

And before some fool starts whining "Bow down to Capital" - consider every stupid thing your employer ever required you to do. Those are what we will eliminate. Consider every useful creative idea you ever had but weren't allowed to implement. Those are what we will do instead.

Anonymous said...

The Zip files isn't complete. There are several songs that aren't in the Zip.

- said...

Hmm, strange! Thank you for pointing that out, sir or madam anon - it should be complete now.

Chris said...

U nutters- heard some of this ages ago- great stuff- keeping music fun and interesting, and not being too precious- save us from the x-factor!