Yes I know, I'm a purist too when it comes to covers or remixes of classic songs such as Sex Machine or ANY song by Led Zeppellin, (Yes I realize Led
Zep covered a lot of old blues songs too)
Still, somehow the dj (Fissunix) made the songs click together, and I found this to be a really well made piece of remixing/mashup, that would
definately make me move on the dancefloor
Just Last year I came across the same mashup you posted in the op. I was like flabbergasted and have spent quite some time looking for more epic
mashups. I've found some really bad ones, unbelievable weird maybe astounding ones and some hilarious ones as well. You just made me flip through my
collection to select a few.
Now here is a combination that got me popping my eyes. Slayer verses Queen. Now that wont work... ever!
Oke maybe it will...
It seems those dj's are aiming to mix together the most unlikely stuff to show off their skills, but I suspect that it can only be pulled off when
there is an intimate love for music.
In my hunger for more mash-ups I encountered this little gem. No dj mixing but actual performers mashing it up. I think this one deserves a spot in my
Ending with a hilarious one:
There are a whole lot of epic mash-ups out there. S&F.
Damn, now there's a universe I would like to trip and fall into someday. I have a ratsm 60's one lurking somewhere, but haven't found it yet. The
problem with these mashups is that I can't speedflip through them. I keep listening all the way and that isn't helping finding specific ones.
I just stumbled across this one.
There are a huge number of Michael mash-ups, but so far this seems to be the only one I have taken the trouble of downloading.
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