Monday, February 2, 2009

What a Tool

An American monkey, after getting drunk on brandy, would never touch it again, and thus is much wiser than most men.

- My friend Charles Darwin

A Monkey Wrench
This monkey has transformed himself into a tool in order to successfully adapt and survive in his increasingly urban environment.

A Gnarwhale

This gnarwhale has grown its own toothpick so it will never have messy teeth, thereby attracting more gnarwhaladies for reproduction, and securing the furtherance of its species.

A Human Being

We humans have nothing physically special about us, so we dance. I just wanted to share this short and sweet 15 minute mix that will hopefully help us do just that.

Hotspur Pop's Trans-Generational Tool Kit for Survival Mix

1. Doov (Bass Kleph’s Extra Bass Edit) – Ben Colin / Big Shit Poppin’ – T.I. (acapella)
2. Torcida Cumbia (Mightyfools Remix) – Chris James and Lee Dearn
3. Watching (Dubbel Dutch Mix) – Darling Farah / Everybody Move – Tech N9ne (acapella)
4. Let It Go – Rampage
5. Got U Dancin’ (Jack Beats Remix) – Lady Sovereign
6. Call It Love (Congorock Remix) – Keatch feat. Geths Noch / Radio Noise (Kelevra’s Jacked Up Remix) – Audio Slingers feat. Lesley Williams (vocal)
7. Heads Up! (Bloody Beetroots Remix) – Sound of Stereo
8. Pimp Jackson is Talkin’ Now (Dubbel Dutch Bootleg) – Loco Dice
9. Fire – Rampage / My Orange Vacuum Cleaner – Pette Vaydex
10. New Era (Kill The Noise Remix) – Retro Kidz
11. Sanctified – Mansion / Body & Soul (Kelevra Remix) – Jamie Fanatic
12. Run Around (Udachi Remix) – Jason Tyler / Turn It Up – Calvertron, Benga
13. And She Thinks You’re the Volatile One (Hotspur Pop’s IV, i, 28 Remix) – Kidz Having Fun / Everybody Move – Tech N9ne (acapella)

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