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DJ Brokenwindow - Parallel Universe #2 download mp3
Title:
Parallel Universe #2
Performer:
DJ Brokenwindow
Style:
Techno, Cut-up/DJ, Pop Rap, Hip Hop, Experimental
Released:
MP3 album size:
1342 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

DJ Brokenwindow ‎– Parallel Universe Label: Violent Turd ‎– turd05. Country: New Zealand. What U Know about Ballin'? (album version acapella)", Major Figgas, 12", Ruffnation Records 2000 (+. ) "Change", Killing Joke, "Requiem", 12", Energy Music/EG Records 1980 (-. ) Start on first guitar pluck on "Phil" of "Hey Philip, go git the gun!" canton is over here "Uh-Huh", Twelve88, 12", Select 2000 (-. ) "Canton", Japan, 12", Epic 1982 (. ) Start on second syllable of first "listen" on first bass drum.

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Firstly, Brokenwindow mixes boring songs on Parallel Universe Half are unrecognizable and the other half just suck. Beyond that, the songs are just set to the same tempo and played on top of each other, without any interesting mixing. The end result is nothing great.

Like Kid 606's Action Packed Mentalist Brings You the Fucking Jams and DJ/rupture's Gold Teeth Thief (both of which were also released under the ostensibly lawsuit-safe umbrella of 606's New Zealand-based label Violent Turd), Parallel Universe, Vol. 1 is a bootleg album that trades pop references like baseball cards

Unbelieveably smooth tunings and compositional alignments in effect as BrokenWindow finds entire pop songs' instrumentals and acapellas that will fit together for compositional structure

Tracklist

1 Round Up Those Flowers 3:51
2 What U Change About Ballin'? 2:58
3 Canton Is Over Here 3:50
4 Hooked On Techno 1 2:41
5 Beach Culture Fight Music 4:09
6 Glowstick Raver's Valentine 2:15
7 Picture P.Diddy In Haiti 4:36
8 Oh La La La, The Next Episode 2:58
9 Too Many MC's, Not Enough Ultravox 3:32
10 Walk Like The Egyptian Lover 2:22
11 Shamalama Carousel 3:38
12 Owner Of A Lonely Superbitch 3:10
13 The Joke's On Hula 4:10
14 Old Dope Peddler Breaks 1:22
15 Blood On Your B-Boy Gloves 3:36
16 League Or Die 4:24
17 Front 242's Estranged Child 4:05
18 Hooked On Techno 2 1:04
19 It's Gonna Rain Fame 3:57
20 Kit Clayton Vs. Roscoe P. Coltrane 2:56
21 I Want To Be Your LFO 2:38
22 Untitled 0:58

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – AAV REGENCY – 57634

Credits

  • Design – Freshymoney

Notes

www.detritus.net/brokenwindow
[email protected]

Made in New Zealand

From liner notes:

These notes are to indicate the pairs of records that were layered together to create new tracks, including the speeds at which the turntables (SL1200 standard) were set in order to sync the tempos.

This is the 2nd in a series of collected tracks where pairs of music recordings are layered over each other in an attempt to recycle older pieces of music into new hybrids. This is meant to encourage the manipulation of music by dj's and non-dj's alike: try this at home with your own phonograph, cd, or mp3 players!! The (#.#) values translate as percentage of change in speed for each track that will allow them to synchronize.

To create your own mix ‘recipe’: take two songs and count how many beats each has in during a single minute. Then take the larger value and divide it by the smaller value and this result should be roughly the percentage that you would need to speed up the slower track to make it beat-match the faster one.

Another aspect to layering pieces of music is to look at the song structure of each song. Count the beats and write down the numbers for each time the beat shifts into a verse, chorus, bridge or solo. Most popular music is in 4/4 time signature and follows a pop song structure closely. If you can find recordings of just the vocals and instrumental portions of different tracks, then you can find ones that have parallel structures and fit together well.

round up those flowers
"Round Up", Lady May with Blu Cantrel, 12", Arista 2002 (+3.3)
"Three Flowers", Bent Fabric, from "Never Tease Tigers", LP, Atco 1966 (-8.0)
Start on first rimshot on the word "Blow"

what u change about ballin’?
"What U Know about Ballin'? (album version acapella)", Major Figgas, 12", Ruffnation Records 2000 (+8.0)
"Change", Killing Joke, "Requiem", 12", Energy Music/EG Records 1980 (-6.8)
Start on first guitar pluck on "Phil" of "Hey Philip, go git the gun!"

canton is over here
"Uh-Huh", Twelve88, 12", Select 2000 (-7.6)
"Canton", Japan, 12", Epic 1982 (0.0)
Start on second syllable of first "listen" on first bass drum

hooked on techno 1
"Planet X", Mad Mike/UR, 12", Underground Resistance 1993 (45rpm, +4.0)
"Beethoven's 9th Symphony - 4th Movement - abridged" from Walter Carlos' "The Clockwork Orange", LP, Warner Brothers 1972 (-5.3)
Start on the first beats of both tracks simultaneously

beach culture fight music
"Beach Culture", Thompson Twins, "Lies", 12", Arista 1982 (33rpm, +7.2)
"Fight Music (acapella)", D12/Eminem, 12", Shady/Interscope 2001 (+8.0)
Start on the first "This.." on snare-roll lead-in to first measure of Thompson Twins

glowstick raver's valentine
"Glow Worm", The Mills Brothers, "14 Karat Gold", LP, Pickwick/Dot Records 1962 (-2.4)
"Valentine (pokemonopa mix)", Pantytec, "Pony Playstation", LP, Perlon Records 2002 (+5.7)
Start on first bassdrum of Pantytec on first sound of Glow Worm

picture p.diddy in haiti
"Do You Like it...", Puff Daddy, 12", Bad Boy Entertainment 1999 (-6.0)
"Haiti", Cabaret Voltaire, "The Crackdown", LP, Some Bizarre 1982 (+8.0)
Start on "Uh huh..." one second into the synth-vocal tone fading of Haiti

oh la la la, the next episode
"Fu-gee-la", The Fugees, "Refugee Camp", 12", Sony 1995 (-0.9)
"The Next Episode", Richard Demaria, "Nuggets - Luke Vibert’s Selection", 2xLP, Lo 2001 (-1.1)
Start on first drum on "-ber" of "..used to be number ten..."

too many mc’s, not enough ultravox
"How Many MC's?", The Fugees, "Refugee Camp", 12", Sony 1995 (+5.7)
"Heart of the Country (instrumental)", Ultravox, "Lament", 12", Virgin 1984 (33rpm, 0.0)
Start on first bass drum on "mics" of "how many mics"

walk like the egyptian lover
"Walk Like an Egyptian (acapella)", Bangles, 12", CBS 1986 (+8.1)
"I Want to Make Love (Bonus Beats)", The Egyptian Lover, "The Lover", 12", Egyptian Empire 1984 (-8.0)
Start on "All the..." on the first bass drum roll

shamalama carousel
"Shamalama (party version)", King Doe-V, 12", Fresh 1987 (-3.1)
"Carousel", Happy the Man, LP, Arista 1977 (0.0)
Start on first piano note on the first bass drum of Shamalama

owner of a lonely superbitch
"Superbitch (remix acapella)", JT Money, 12", SPRO 2000 (+7.7)
"Owner of a Lonely Heart (red and blue remix)", Yes, 12", ATCO/Atlantic 1983 (-5.4)
Start on "She's A Hustler..." of acapella on first bassdrum (after orch-blast-intro) of Yes

the joke's on hula
"Joke's on You Jack (instrumental 2)", Kid Capri, 12", Cold Chillin’ 1991 (0.0)
"Poison (night mix)", Hula, 7", Red Rhino 1986 (0.0, then +0.2 after "torturer")
Start on first sounds of both tracks simultaneously

old dope peddler breaks
"Old Dope Peddler", Tom Leher, "Songs by Tom Leher", LP, Reprise 1953 (0.0)
"(track 10)", DJ Food, "DJ Food’s DJ Toolz Vol.4", LP, Ninja Tune 1994 (?.?)
This is an example of how hard changing (the piano's) tempo can be to follow!

blood on your b-boy gloves
"Blood on your Hands", The World of Skin, "World of Skin", 2xLP, Product Inc. 1988 (+3.0)
"It's Time to Rock (instrumental version)", Matrix, 12", Jam City Records 1987 (-4.6, -4.0 on choral parts)
Start on first bass drum of Matrix on 2nd "chung" of opening "ka..chung!" percussion

league or die
"Live or Die", Naughty by Nature, 12", Arista 1999 (-1.0)
"League of Nations", Simple Minds, "Sister Feelings Call", LP, Virgin 1981 (0.0)
Start on "Unghh!" on first bass guitar note

front 242's estranged child
"I Wonder Why", Jersey Avenue, 12", MCA 2000 (0.0)
"Deceit", Front 242, "No Comment", LP, Wax Trax! 1985 (-6.4)
Start on first bass drum on "I" of "I know you carry the baby..."

hooked on techno 2
"Beethoven’s 9th Symphony - 4th Movement" from Walter Carlos' "The Clockwork Orange", LP, CBS 1972 (+8.0)
"Tear the Club Up", DJ Assault, 12", Loaded 2002 (-8.0)
Start on first choir syllable on word "Tear" from first "Tear the club up"

it's gonna rain fame
"Fame Game", Carlito, 12", BMG 2001 (+4.6)
"It's Gonna Rain", Steve Reich, LP, Nonesuch 1972 (-8.0)
Start on voices panting on "It’s" of first "It’s Gonna..."

kit clayton vs. roscoe p. coltrane
"(track 1)", The Mimic and the Model, 12", Model 1997 (45rpm, -3.5)
"Flash", The Dukes of Hazzard, LP, Scotti Brothers 1981 (0.0)
Start on first beat of Flash with first sound from Mimic track

i want to be your LFO
"I Want To Be Your Dog", The World of Skin, "World of Skin", 2xLP, Product Inc. 1988 (+3.3)
"Them", LFO, "Advance", 2xLP, Warp 1996 (-8.0)
Start on first bass drum on first full guitar chord strum

Track 22 is a hidden bonus track, not mentioned in the tracklist or liner notes

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 51937 60052 7
  • Matrix / Runout: AAV REGENCY 57634 TURD5
  • Matrix / Runout: P13332
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN96
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6Z08
Reviews:
  • Anararius
Many of the problems I have with Parallel Universe #2 are the same as I had with Parallel Universe #1, but those problems are compounded in that the individual elements are, generally, even less interesting. There are a few high points, like “Glowstick Raver’s Valentine” and “Shamalama Carousel.” But despite those good tracks, many of the tracks are immediately forgettable. DJ Brokenwindow has some flashes of humor (who else would combine Kit Clayton with a children’s country-western track), but, overall, it’s nothing that a talented DJ couldn’t do -- and do better.