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Updated: 2017-10-29T20:59:27.978-04:00


Ween: Craters of the Sac


Craters of the Sac is a semi-official MP3-only album by Ween. Because Elektra Records released Paintin' the Town Brown, which was to be Ween's first online independent release, Dean Ween leaked the "album" to the Internet in 1999 to succor their fans and show them how much Ween appreciated them. Although it appears in Ween's chronology as being released after Paintin' the Town Brown (1999) and before White Pepper (2000), at least one song ("Put the Coke on My Dick") came out of the Mollusk sessions of 1997. Suckin' Blood From The Devil's Dick originated from the Pandy Fackler tape from the late 1980s.The tracks "Big Fat Fuck", "How High Can You Fly?" and "Monique the Freak" also appear in remixed form on Ween's 2005 album of unreleased tracks, Shinola, Vol. 1.[edit]Track listingNo.TitleLength1."All That's Gold Will Turn to Black"  1:482."The Pawns of War"  1:333."Big Fat Fuck"  7:074."Put the Coke on My Dick"  3:015."Makin' Love in the Gravy"  3:156."How High Can You Fly?"  1:457."The Stallion (Pt. 5)"  3:278."Suckin' Blood from the Devil's Dick"  1:449."Monique the Freak"  [...]

Lemon Jelly: Breezeblock Mix: 12.08.02


Morecambe & Wise - Not Now - Later (EMI)
Mark 'Ruff' Ryder - Scorpio vs Ryder (Rollin Megamix) (Strictly Undergound Productions)
Lemon Jelly - Elements (XL Recordings)
Black Lodge - Blood/Brass (Salford Sounds)
Marsha Gee - The Peanut Duck (Joker)
Frankie Valli - The Night (Motown)
DJ Marky - LK ft Stamina MC (V Recordings)
Sarah Vaughan - Summertime (The Verve Music Group)
Lemon Jelly - Pushy (XL Recordings)
Camp Lo - Luchini AKA This Is It (Profile)
Carpenters - Happy (A)
Richard Ace - Stayin' Alive (Atlantic)
Spirit - Feeling In Time (Mercury)
Kerri Chandler - Atmosphere (The Lost dubs) (Ibadan Recordings)
Lemon Jelly - Closer (XL Recordings)
The Unbelievable Bermuda Strollers - Bermuda Buggy Ride (Edmar)
Dorothy Moore - Misty Blue (RCA)

BBC Radio One Live Broadcast:
Dj mix by Lemon Jelly for the The Breezeblock
presented by Mary Anne Hobbs

Broadcast: 12th August 2002

Cut Chemist: Disco is Dead (1973-1979)


Recorded July 17, 2010 for Cinespia's screening of "Saturday Night Fever" at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.TracklistGloria Walker - Dusted Disco Claudia Barry - Love For Love Sake The Delegation - Oh Honey Donna Summer - Love To Love You Baby Le Pamplemousse - "Gimme What You Got" Silver Connection - Fly Robbin Fly Love Unlimited Orchestra - Love's Theme Sesso Mato - Sesso Mato Juice - Catch A Groove J.P. Massiera - Mutant Disco Belle Epoque - "Miss Broadway" The Peppers - Pepper Box Andrea True Connection - More More More Marta Acuna - Dance Dance Dance Cameo - Rigor Mortis Al Hudson - You Can Do ItRoy Ayers Ubiquity - Running AwayMilton Hamilton Movement - Crystalized Chocalate Starr - Gotta Get Your Love Salsoul Orchestra - Ooh I Love It CJ And Co. - We Got Our Own Thang Barry Manlow - Copacabana Henry Woods Troupe - The Stranger Chic - Dance Dance Dance G.Q. - Disco Nights Chic - Le Freak Donna Summer - Last Chance Meco - Star Wars ThemeGene Page - Close Encounters Theme Michael Zager Band - Let's All ChantDonna Summer - I Feel LoveMichael Jackson - Don't Stop Til You Get EnoughStream or Download it from his SoundCloud Page here:[...]

Ween: Caesar ("quebec" demos & unreleased tracks)


Mickey just released these demos and outtakes from "quebec" a few days ago.  Text below as written by Deaner himself. 
ween-caesar (we were calling this record that until the last moment when we decided to change the title to "quebec")

well what can i say about this here, lemme see. the first thing that comes to mind is that all the while we were doing this we still had claude coleman on drums, he eventually got into a major car wreck and wasn't around when it finally came time to make the "real" record. instead the drum duties fell on me, josh freese, and sim cain for a couple of tunes. almost all of this was recorded at our beach house in holgate, nj onto 16 track tape. a tiny bit of it was recorded in the garage behind aaron's house in pt. pleasant, pa. some of it was recorded in the spare bedroom of my house in new hope. most of the tunes are just me and aaron, with the two of us playing everything, with me on drums. the songs with claude, dave, and glenn are pretty obvious. on just a few tunes we took what you hear here and cleaned them up and had andrew weiss mix them for the record after some overdubs. dave sings on "it's gonna be a long night", this was days before he had surgery to remove polyps in his throat and his voice was really rough so we figured he was the guy for the job. This isn't even all of the tunes that we ended up choosing from, just the ones i happened to burn to cd before we drove home from the beach every week. hope you dig it for what it is.

-mickey (Disc 1)
Disc 1 (51:49)
Chocolate Town
Pot Luck
Ooh Vah Lah
So Many People in the Neighborhood
Linda (the Sexy Dancer)
That Man (from the Flatland)
Happy Colored Marbles
Hey There Fancypants
If You Could Save Yourself (You'd Save Us All)
It's Gonna Be a Long Night
Oh My Little Country Cottage
Among His Tribe
Transdermal Celebration
Tried and True
I Fell in Love Today (Disc 2)
Disc 2 (49:05)
I Don't Want It
Ambrosia Parsley
Love Come Down (9-11-01)
Alcan Road
Don't Let the Moon Catch You Cryin'
You Can Go Shit in Your Hat (Matt)
She Caught My Fancy
Eulogy for David Anderson
Things You Already Know
Hello Johnny
I'm Wide Open

A Boards of Canada Mix by Skywave Sessions


As posted @

How much are you wishing this was titled ‘Boards of Canada Live mix’? Well don’t be dissapointed. This mix is a stunning tribute to the legends that are BOC, neatly put together by Skywave Systems. Not happy with simply mixing their best tracks, Skywave get busy sampling, looping and including some very rare remixes.
01 The Story of Xentrix / KPVQ / excerpt from Peel Session / Blockbusters / Devil
02 Smokes Quantity / ‘Bye Bye’ Sesame Street (sample) / Light, Clear, Hair
03 Seeya Later
04 Happy Cycling / Telephasic Workshop (sample)
05 Meat Beat Manifesto – Prime Audio Soup (Vegetarian Soup by Boards of Canada)
06 Indeep – Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (loop) / Nlogax / QPFX
07 Chromakey Dreamcoat
08 Dandelion
09 ‘O For Orange’ Sesame Street (sample) / Aquarius (Version 3 – Peel Session) / Ren Woods – Aquarius (loop)
10 Everything You Do Is A Balloon
11 Dayvan Cowboy (Odd Nosdam remix)
12 Amo Bishop Roden / You Could Feel The Sky (loop)
13 A Is To B As B Is To C / 1969
14 Niagara / excerpt from Peel Session
15 Iraq Says
16 One Very Important Thought (Boc Maxima version)
17 unknown (live at Camber)

Z-Trip: All Access: A Beastie Boys Megamix


As posted by Z-Trip himself:
"I was stoked and humbled when asked to do this mix. I've been a fan of The Beasties since I first heard Mr Magic interview them on WBLS in NY. I included some of my favorites as well as stuff off the new album. All remixed.

It's a Trip, it's gotta funky beat, and you can bug out to it.



Factoid #1 - This is a real Beasties, Z-Trip fan.

Factoid #2- Z-Trip uses a bit of the WBLS show he first heard the Beasties on in the megamix.

Factoid #3- Z-Trip had the opening slot on the Beasties/Rage Against The Machine tour in 2000. Then RATM went on hiatus and the tour was canceled.

Check out for more downloads, news and tour dates!!"
 Download it here:

DJ Andy Smith: The Document IV


As generously posted by Andy Smith on his Soundcloud page today:
"Document 4 was delivered to Universal records in 2008 but never released. All plans were in place for a double pack of Document 1 with Document 4 to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the first Document mix CD but I think they were more interested in shifting more Amy Winehouse CD's at the end of the day so it was shelved!!. I'm pretty sure this will be the last Document mix as I cant put new & old music together as there just isn't enough new stuff that passes the 'Andy Smith' filter nowadays (but lots of old stuff, hence the new 'Jam Up Twist' CD - That's where its at for me these days!) Enjoy the last Document mix for free. Thanks for your support since 1998 and for all who saw me as a DJ in my own right rather than 'that DJ from Portishead' ! - Do catch my 'Jam Up Twist' nights around the UK & 'Lost & Found' at Madame Jo Jo-'s in Soho, London every Saturday"

Download it from Soundcloud here:

DJ Andy Smith - Intro
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Keith Lawrence - D Bwoy Skank
Redman - Time For Some Aksion
Frank White - Not Fade Away
Common - The Game
Beck - Hell Yes
Public Enemy - Don't Believe The Hype
Vicki Anderson - Answer To Mother Popcorn
Ray Bryant - Up Above The Rock
Sir Ibu The Peacmaker - Im The Peacemaker
The Bar-Kays - Holy Ghost
Young Black Teenagers - Tap The Bottle
Nino Ferrer - Mao Et Moa
Kool & The Gang - Let The Music Take Your Mind
Nas - Hip Hop Is Dead
Ben Branch - Higher Higher
Busta Rhymes - Dont Touch Me (Throw Water On 'Em)
James Brown - Give It Up Or Turn It Loose
Twistin Kings - Congo Twist
Dusty Springfield - Love Power
The Mighty Mervelows - Talkin‘ Bout Ya, Baby
Ray Charles - My Baby Don't Dig Me
Billy Wade & The Third Degrees - Tear It Up
Joe Cocker - Feelin' Alright 

Fraykerbreaks presents: The DJ Shadow Breaks Set, Vol. 2


The DJ Shadow Breaks Set, Vol.2:
01 = Frank Gartner - The Moon
02 = Jeffrey Morgan - Prelude To Fallout
03 = Tullio De Piscopo - Medium Rock
04 = Hickory Hollow - Never Happen
05 = Flip Wilson - Mohammed Ali
06 = Joy Unlimited - Contacts
07 = Hubert J. Bernhard - The UFO’s
08 = Timothy Wilson - These are the things
09 = Disney Discovery Series 7 - Counting Fun
10 = Arthur Monday - What Goes Around Comes Around Part 1
11 = Armageddon - Basking In The White Of The Midnight Sun
12 = Mystic Number National Bank - Blues So Bad
13 = Alan Ross - Discovery
14 = Maya Angelou - Re- Revolt (riot 60’s)
15 = Maya Angelou - Accident
16 = The People’s People - Monica
17 = David Wertman - Sunshine
18 = Chuck Jackson - Take Off Your Make-up
19 = Whodini - The Haunted House of Rock (acapella)
20 = Style - The Assassinator
21 = Tody Tee - Do You Wanna Go To The Liquor Store
22 = Mike Oldfield - Evacuation
23 = Dr Jack Van Impe - From Night Clubs To Christ
24 = Blind Faith - Do What You Like
25 = B52’s - 52 girls
26 = Sensations Fix - Strange about the hands
27 = Iliad - Thoughts
28 = Terry Manning - Savoy Truffle
29 = Information Society - What’s On Your Mind
30 = The Children - Work The Box
31 = Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Co. - Oleo Strut
32 = Dick Gregory - Learning To Live
33 = ? - ?
34 = Ace Players - We Are the Ace Players
35 = HP Riot - I Need You
36 = Nirvana - Modus Operandi (Method of Work)
37 = Savage Grace - All Along The Watchtower

Fraykerbreaks presents: The DJ Shadow Breaks Set


This has been around for a while but in case you missed it...
The DJ Shadow Breaks Set, Vol. 1: (link jacked from
01 = Baraka - Sower of Seeds
02 = Dennis Olivieri - I Cry In The Morning
03 = (George Marsh = Interview on Percussion)
04 = Alan Hawkshaw - Countdown
05 = Roy Wood - Get on Down Home
06 = Ron Geesin - Slow Song
07 = Sensations Fix - Strange About your Hands
08 = (Snippet from the Starwars Holiday Special)
09 = The Eclectic Mouse - Pre-Dawn Reprospective Chant
10 = Chaffey College Jazz Ensemble - Imagination Flight
11 = Stardrive - Stardrive
12 = Flying Island - The Vision And The Voice
13 = David T. Walker - Never Can Say Goodbye
14 = (Snippet from the movie Prince Of Darkness)
15 = The Salvation Co - The Revival
16 = The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Drummer’s Salute
17 = Leroy Vinnegar - Reservation
18 = (Snippet from the movie Jacobs Ladder)
19 = Marc Z - Its Easy
20 = Sensations Fix - She’s Gonna Grow on you’
21 = John Cage - In a landscape (for Harp)
22 = Dexter Wansel - A Prophet Named KG
23 = AB Skhy - Trackin’ Shoes
24 = Marcus - Million Grains of sand
25 = The Stories - Brother Louie
26 = The New Mastersounds - Drop it Down
27 = The Daly Wilson Big Band - 2001 Space Odyssey
28 = BeBe K’Roche - Alone
29 = Jo Ann Garrett - Walk on By
30 = Ron Geesin - Concrete Line Up
31 = Brother Jack McDuff - Jelly Jam
32 = Los Incas - El Condor Pasa
33 = The Dave Pike Set - Ritmos Do Bahia
34 = Tony Church & The Crusade - Love Trip
35 = Giant Crab - The Answer Is No
36 = Spindrift Libarate - With Cat like Tread

Paul Nice: Brazil, Vol. 2


Paul Nice: Brazil, Vol.2: made in 2006 but just released mix of bossa nova / samba from one of the best DJs in the game, Paul Nice.  You can download it directly from his SoundCloud page HERE.  He has generously upped a lot of his other mixes so be sure to check out his main page HERE.

Cut Chemist: The Soft Sell


Found this over here:

This is a live all 45 mix made with one turntable and a loop pedal. It was constructed for Red Bull’s 45 night on October 27 2008 in LA. This mix includes some cutting room floor ideas from The Hard Sell (DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist on 8 turntables and two loop pedals) and elements from what would later be part of my one turntable/loop pedal live mix CD “Sound Of The Police”, which is out now. Hit it at the jump and enjoy.


The Gaslamp Killer: The Dirt (4.9.09)


If you like GLK's psych mixes (without the dubstep / glitch- hop) you'll want to grab this from

People Under the Stairs: 2 Mixtapes


I found these People Under the Stairs mixtapes over at

LA Mike (Double K) "umm, i hope y'all got your sunglasses on out there..."
 Dug out of the crates and newly remastered, Double K’s classic mixtape of rap music and whatnot, all spun off of original vinyl for your pleasure. 


Music to Board to, Vol. 1 (Thes One):

Thes One of People Under The Stairs proudly presents Music To Board To Volume 1, the first installment in a three part series. Snow focuses on balls to the wall rock music and tunes to go big to. Filled with exclusive remixes, edits and unreleased tracks that only Thes One has, we are sure this mix will inspire you to ski the K12. We all know Stalin’s a punk anyways…


J. Rocc: Concrete Beats, Vol. 1


Concrete Beats, Vol. 1:
Pete Rock & CL Smooth-"Back On The Block"
De La Soul-"With Me (inst.)"
Marvin Gaye-"After The Dance (inst.)"
Lou Reed-"Walk On The Wild Side"
A Tribe Called Quest-"Can I Kick It?"
Slum Village-"Players (inst.)"
Soul II Soul-"Back To Life"
Reflection Eternal-"To Late (inst.)"
Coldcut-"Not Paid Enough"
Black Moon-"Who Got The Props (inst.)"
Sugarhill Gang-"Rappers Delight"
JB's-"Givin Up Food For Funk"
JB's-"More Peas"
JB's-"You Can Have Watergate"
Que Dee-"Supa Shit"
Frank N Dank-"Love (A Thing Of The Past)"
Slum Village-"Fall In Love (LP Version / Remix)"
Fatback Band-"Put Your Love"
Kool & The Gang-"Who's Gonna Take The Weight"
Herbie Hancock-"Watermelon Man"
Roy Ayers-"Life Is Just A Moment"
Take 6-"Spread Love"
Mark The 45 King-"Love Beat"
Mobb Deep-"Rare Species"
Guru-"Watch What You Say"
The Beatnuts-"No Escapin This"
Eddie Drennon-"Do What You Gotta Do"
Fela & The Africa 70-"Water Get No Enemy"

J. Rocc: Syndromes Remix + Syndromes 2


Found these mixes @
j.rocc - syndromes remix
roy ayers - third eye
the temptations - ain't no sunshine
lee holdridge - harlem montage
badfoot brown - martin's funeral
idris mahammed - loran's dance
cannonball adderley - hummin
the brothers johnson - tomorrow
minnie riperton - inside my love
issac hayes - the look of love
eddie harris - turbulence
atomic rooster - the rock
glen cambell - put your hand in the hand
crystal gale - put your hand in the hand
bill withers - don't you want to stay
modern jazz quartet - odds against tomorrow
quincy jones - snow creatures
milt jackson - enchanted woman
lee michaels - get thy bearings
joe wiliams - get out my life woman
bill cosby - get out my life woman
hamilton bohannon - save their souls
j.j. johnson - pull jabar pull
michael masser - my hero is a gun
daddy dewdrop - nanu nau (shazzabot!)
b.b. king - chains and things
the fatback band - put it in
grover washington jr. - mercy mercy me
a.w.b. - tender love care
eddie harris - it sure is lovely
new birth - i wash my hands (all the time)
ann peebles - i'm gonna burn down your playhouse
Syndromes 2
a jazz-funk mix by J. Rocc
01. Vibes From The Tribe
02. Cross Country
03. Tin Tin Deo
04. Ain’t No Sunshine
05. Can We Pretend
06. Holy Are You
07. Whole Lot Of Love
08. You’re Welcome, Stop On By
09. One Man Band (Plays All Alone)
10. Come Live With Me
11. I’m Gonna Love You Just
12. Benjamin
13. Julia
14. The World Is A Ghetto
15. Ode To Billy Joe
16. Tuck’s Theme
17. Bonus Track

WAR: The Other Side of WAR Warms Your Heart [RE-UP]


The Other Side of WAR Warms Your Heart: the sound quality here leaves a bit to be desired (the record's in tough shape) but I haven't seen this posted anywhere else. I don't know a whole lot about this album but I think it was made when the band split and there was some legal wrangling over who could use the name. This "other side of war" is much lighter, understated outing than any of their previous albums. Thanks again to Wireless Mike for the vinyl rip.A1 La Chanson (The Song) (2:54) A2 Toujours, Toujours (Always, Always) (2:30) A3 Loving Memories (3:18) A4 Sweet Ca'line (2:53) A5 Blushing Tears (2:45) A6 Moving Along (3:03) B1 Time Is Tight (3:14) B2 California Spring (3:04) B3 August Love (2:58) B4 Italian Lover (3:12) B5 La Vie C'est La Vie (The Life That Is The Life) (3:05) B6 Precious Memories (3:02) C1 Spanish Love Call (2:20) C2 On Fire (2:36) C3 Roses Are Blue (2:32) C4 Ripe Bananas (2:47) C5 Exodus (2:15) C6 Churchin On (3:08) D1 Nothing You Can Do (2:51) D2 A Cup Of Soul (2:43) D3 Afro Cuban-Opus No. 1 (2:33) D4 God Is Love (3:09) D5 Gloriosa Superba (The Poison Plant) (2:40) D6 The Bamboche (Haitian Open Air Dance) (3:02) D7 Cuando Calienta El Sol (Love Me With All Your Heart) (3:44)[...]

Strange Games and Funky Things, Vol. II


Strange Games and Funky Things, Vol. II: link taken from a north country bhoy. Check out his site for more quality posts.

“…The second volume in the BBE label’s Strange Games and Funky Things series somehow manages to improve on the excellence of its predecessor, maintaining a perfect balance between superstar favorites and rare groove obscurities. Any record which successfully sequences Jose Feliciano, Donald Byrd, and the Sugarhill Gang back-to-back is clearly working on a different level altogether — the ebb and flow of the disc is remarkable, shifting easily from uptown soul to urban funk to soul-jazz and back again. The majority of tracks come from the late ’70s and early ’80s, and blur the line between funk, disco, and rap — some were hits (like Rick James’ stunning “Mary Jane”), most weren’t, but all are given new life. The collection’s highlight is its closer, Marvin Gaye’s long-unreleased “It’s a Desperate Situation,” a record every bit as brilliant and searing as any of his familiar Motown hits of the late ’60s…”

01. Creative Source – Can’t Hide Love
02. Dee Dee Sharp Gamble – Easy Money
03. Don Blackman – Heart’s Desire
04. Roy Ayers – Life Is Just A Moment (Pts. 1 & 2)
05. Bobby Lyle – Magic Ride
06. Milton Wright – Keep It Up
07. René & Angela – Secret Rendezvous
08. Jose Feliciano – California Dreamin’
09. Donald Byrd – Wind Parade
10. Sugarhill Gang – Passion Play
11. Leroy Hutson – Lucky Fellow
12. Rick James – Mary Jane
13. Bobby Womack – How Could You Break My Heart
14. Bohannon – Save Their Souls
15. Marvin Gaye – It’s A Desperate Situation

Andy Votel: "I Wonder if They'd Like Something Foreign with a Bit More Drums and Heavier Fuzz" (Promo)


I Wonder...: mixtape of rare foreign psych. The mix is one file but see tracklist, below:1 Fusioon - Tocata Y Fug 2 François Wertheimer - L'Automne 3 Noor Jehan - I Am Very Sorry 4 Gábor Presser And Anna Adamis - Ringasd El Magad 5 Nahid Akhtar - Sheeshy Ki Botal 6 Dance With Action - Science Fiction Dance Party 7 Jean-Pierre Massiera - Ivresse Des Profondeurs 8 Wolf People - Tiny Circles 9 Ali Babki* - Your Grey Eyes 10 Liftmen, The - Gas Bag 11 Samandtheplants - Story 12 Jane Weaver - My Soul Was Lost, My Soul Was Lost, And No One Save 13 Bran - Breuddwyd 14 Cromagnum Band, The* - Mouth Of Madness 15 Melodians, The - The Good The Bad And The Ugly 16 Tullio De Piscopo - Fastness 17 Runa Lailia* - Meri Marzi Main Gaoon 18 Vampires Of Dartmoore, The - The Fire-Dragon 19 Samandtheplants - Number Three 20 Tafo Brothers - Dear I Love You 21 Laughing Windows, The - Salak Pazar [...]

Lemon Jelly: Somerset House Mix


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I found this mix on one of the forums I frequent:

Lemon Jelly – Somerset House Mix
Label: Not On Label (Lemon Jelly Self-released)
Catalog#: SOMERSET001
Format: CD, Promo, Limited Edition, Mixed
Country: UK
Released: 2004

Given away free after a Lemon Jelly Somerset House concert held on 15th July 2004.

Eric Robinson – Music For You Introduction (Argo)
Krafty Kuts – Ill Funk Slammer (Finger Lickin’)
Gerry Rafferty – Get It Right Next Time (EMI)
Unknown – Reposo (-)
Brandy – What About Us (East West)
Lemon Jelly – Make Things Right (XL Recordings)
Russ Conway – Side Saddle (EMI)
Unknown – Unknown (-)
Dread Zeppelin – Heartbreaker (IRS)
Ege Bam Yasi – I Want More (Finiflex)
Lemon Jelly – Stay With You (XL Recordings)
Magazine – Give Me Everything (Virgin)
Billy Hawks – O’ Baby (I Believe I’m Losing You) (BGP)
Deee-lite – Theme From Deee-lite (Elektra)
Lemon Jelly – The Shouty Track (XL Recordings)
D-Influence – The Wah Classic (Acid Jazz Records)
Acen – Dirty Raver (Thursday Club Recordings)
Soft Cell – What! (Some Bizarre)
Eric B & Rakim – Let The Rhythm Hit ‘Em (MCA)
Steve Earle – I Ain’t Ever Satisfied (MCA)
Bernard Cribbins – Gossip Calypso (EMI)
Unknown – Unknown (-)

Single file mp3
Somerset House Mix

A Tribe Called Quest: Rare & Unreleased, Vols. 1 & 2 (Bootleg)


Not my upload but both volumes and more can be found over at

Kyuss / Queens of the Stone Age


Kyuss / Queens of the Stone Age: [LINK BELOW] is a split EP which was released in December 1997. The first three songs are performed by Kyuss and the last three songs by guitarist Josh Homme's next band, Queens of the Stone Age. It includes a cover of the song "Into the Void" by Black Sabbath from their album Master of Reality. "If Only Everything" is an early version of the song "If Only", which appeared on Queens of the Stone Age's eponymous debut album. A re-recorded version of "Born to Hula" appeared as a b-side on one edition of the "Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" single release, and later as a track on the Stone Age Complications EP while this one includes backing vocals by former Kyuss lead singer John Garcia. "Spiders and Vinegaroons" was used as the menu theme for the live DVD/CD release, Over the Years and Through the Woods. "Fatso Forgotso" and "Fatso Forgotso Phase II (Flip the Phase)" were later re-released on Muchas Gracias: The Best of Kyuss.

I posted this a few years ago but the links got pulled; which surprised me as the album has been out-of-print for years. However, you can still find it here: Stonerobixxx.

The Gaslamp Killer: Daylight Fades into Dawn


Daylight Fades into Dawn: I can't remember where I found this mix (drop me a note if you know anything about it) but it's another GLK excursion into heavy beats and murky psychedelic rock. Unlike some of his other mixes this one is 100% dubstep free.

Willie Bobo & the Bo Gents: Do What You Want to Do


Do What You Want to Do:
1. Do What You Want To Do
2. Shut Up And Pay Attention
3. Dindi
4. Come Together
5. Soul Foo Yong
6. Broasted Or Fried
7. Thrill Is Gone
8. How Can I Say Goodbye
9. Never You Mind

Prince Paul: Confessions of a Beat Junkie


Confessions of a Beat Junkie: I found this rare Prince Paul mixtape over at Text below taken from that site:

We’re huge fans of Prince Paul. So naturally, we were geeked to get our hands on Confessions Of A Beat Junkie, a promo tape Tommy Boy put out in ‘97. The 35-minute blend of b-sides, unreleased stuff, famous works, and many skits don’t disappoint—especially if you’re familiar with Paul’s work. Not much info exists, so I wrote Paul and asked him to introduce the tape for us. Here’s his response:

Thanks, I’m glad you enjoyed the tape. I made this for Tommy Boy as a promo item in the late ’90s to reintroduce myself to the public. It was to launch off the reissue of Psychoanalysis and a new project, A Prince Among Thieves. I just wanted to make something different from the old traditional mixtape that was out at the time. I had my friends and mom do little intro pieces to the songs.

I wanted to make it appear like I was this elusive, eclectic guy, and they were describing my work to those who weren’t familiar with me. The photo [on the back] is a picture of my son when he was about 3 or 4. He was always facinated with the turntables now he’s a DJ himself at 17. I put a lot of work into that tape, I’m glad that it’s still being enjoyed. Thanks again.