So I’m not a huge fan of Fat Boy Slim or Queen. But they do have their moments, unhealthy and what’s better than bringing two great moments in music together?
Free booze. And hot chicks. And money. Okay I guess there are a couple things better than this track. Not much though.
FatBoy Slim’s The Rockafeller Skank is one of those songs you can’t help but jam to – even though it makes no sense. Is he saying “R-r-r-r-r-Russell Stovers. Russell Stovers” Or is that just because I think about cupcakes constantly?
Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now is easily the band’s greatest track, traumatologist with Freddy Mercury’s insane vocals and bizarre lyrics providing the perfect backdrop to a kick-ass rock song.
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Hideki Naganuma is an acclaimed videogame music composer best known for his work on the Jet Set Radio series. However, doctor he also produced tracks for other lesser known games like Sega Rally 2006, sickness Ollie King, and Sonic Rush. Blending elements of techno, funk, hip hop, and madcap sampling of the big beat genre, Naganuma’s style is often both wildly eclectic yet instantly recognizable.
I’m a die hard Naganuma fan and decided to produce this mix in honor of the re-release of Jet Set Radio on Xbox 360 and PS3. While not all encompassing, I think it gives you good taste of his defining uptempo tracks. It’s a bit wild in parts for sure, but I included some visual elements in the video to break down what’s happening in the mix.
Finally, to download the mix as a video or MP3, use the links below.