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My boy Karl hipped me to this mix. He said it was the bees knees. I was a bit skeptical. . ., but damn! I ain't even going to front this mix had me pumped. If I worked out, which I don't, I'd listen to this sh!# right here. I went to the bank and asked for a roll a quarters. I was pumped to play Street Fighter 2, Mortal Kombat 1&2, Killer Instinct and Bubble Bubble. Check out the intro, it is really funny.
Click here to go the mix.
On a side note. There was a game I played when I was like 8 years old (1987) and I cant figure out the name of the game. Ok (big sigh) the game starts out with you (a bruce lee looking guy) with your girlfriend. A group of thugs come through and jack your girlfriend (all the guys have big heads, kind of like bobble heads). It's your job to fight all the goons to get your girlfriend back. The game is a fighting game. You are in a junk yard setting and the whole crew is watching while you fight each character (gangster). The boss is sitting like a king through out the whole game watching you fight. All I can give that may help is the second guy you fight has a purple get up and he does back flips. I don't think I ever got passed the third guy which I can't remember the character. I would really appreciate any help.
February 1, 2012
My favorite adjuster Charito said it best "I'm Baaaaaaaack (creepy voice)". Man I had doubts too. "I'm trying Ringo, I'm trying real hard". I don't know what I'm doing this year, but I'm going to try to do something. I can't really put mixes together with a child running around, so I'm doing something else. What? You ask. I don't know, but it's going to be funky.
Music is moving! Let me rephrase that. Music is piling! I feel like music gets lost in the layers of sound piling on top of each other in cyber space. It's overwhelming. This year I want to focus more on extending the window of exposure on some mixes and albums that are offered free in cyberspace. I don't like the idea of people's hard work, heart and soul go unnoticed.
I subscribe to the RSE radio podcast (If you have not done so, you should). Last year BK-One and Brother Ali hosted the RSE radio show and played some really dope Brazilian funk. BK-One also interviewed B plus from Mochilla.com, which was really cool. Check out the mix here.