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don't know how else to say this... but i've been listening to can since 14 (24 now) and i finally made something i think is good enough. and i figured you might dig it.it's here: http://tago-mago.net/music.htmremixes of the streets, marvin gaye, mos def, b-52's, cocteau twins, morehope you like it---------------The "Eardrums shall fail" blog said:"Remixing is raised to art status when you give new life to music, any type of music. To see potential in a boring cut, to push the envelope all the way to different galaxies, to let your mind wander where the original intention left off - all this presumes passion and marquees lighting up over your head as opposed to a mere lightbulb. A writer, most of the time, is a passionate reader first and a remixer of words second. Tago-Mago does that with music. I may not like each and every track but that would be a strange and new feeling anyway. Rarely have I heard a reinvention of music I was, or thought I was, familiar with, in such unexpected ways. His major influence is Can, and the mixes are inspired by a variety of hip hop and electronica artists."http://eashfa.wordpress.com/2007/02/24/pusherman-tago-mago/
I thought long and hard before publishing this comment because it's comment spam, innit?Still, I was feeling generous. Perhaps Bruno would care to take part in my forth coming Not Me project "The Acid Folk: Remixed"
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