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5is6 from +-=0 on 2001-05-18 09:15 [#00006687]



Finally an Aphex Twin remix release done proper. I could
barely recognize 99% of the songs VVM remixed for the Aphex
Twin. The titles were oh so clever as well. 'Come to Big
Daddy', 'Winducky Quacker', the list goes on and on. The
talent behind a release like this will most likely go
unnoticed due to the incredibly slim number of released
copys. 500 is the magick number. 1 copy is my magick
number. Any questions?


 

wizards teeth on 2001-05-18 09:48 [#00006688]



Question

How do I remove six hundred miniature Michael J Fox
look-a-likes who are trapped in my pelvis ?

Sorry this is not related to your original post, but I need
to know the answer. If you are unaware please could you
point me in the right direction.



 

phiz from Amsterdam on 2001-05-18 10:33 [#00006693]



wizard, i beleive the tool you need for the extraction is a
Bette Midler shoe-horn, its a liitle tricky to use at first,
most of the Micheal J Foxes have had evasive training on how
to deal with 'The Betty' as it is called.
but you can use the special feature of 'The Betty' which is
a switch that belts out the opening verse of 'Wind beneath
my wings' on a constant loop which the Micheal J Foxes have
no power to avoid.
i hope this has been of help as i know the Micheal J Foxes
can breed like wild fire if you don't catch them early.


 

Springymajig from New Zealand (www.mp3.com/aureus) on 2001-05-18 11:27 [#00006696]



I'd say you have a case of Chris Cunninghamism. It is all in
your mind. This state of mind my have occured after watching
the come to daddy music video too much, that's the most
usual cause. The trick is to watch pop music videos, the
poorness and lack of orinality will cancell out the
Cunninghamism and itself.

Make sure you have something else on your mind as well or
you will erase your mind, which is not a pleasent
experience.


 

Arch Rival from NY on 2001-05-18 14:42 [#00006706]



Where can I hear samples from that CD?

Im so curious how it sounds?

Is the album good?


 

5is6 from +-=0 on 2001-07-01 05:41 [#00011615]



The album is wonderful. VVM is one of the best contemporary
audio assault specialists of the 21st century. If your
interested in obtaining a copy, let me know and 'We Can Work
it Out, We Can Work it Out'.


 

digitalbubblebeth on 2001-07-01 06:27 [#00011616]



5is6:
Where can I hear that? Email me, I have lots of stuff to
trade.
That V/Vm thanksgiving/turkey set is really nice, that is
the only thing that I havve heard from them except for that
crappy KS Kollective remix....But V/Vm & Aphex? Sounds
interesting.


 

hadoll on 2001-07-01 06:50 [#00011617]



i would not put to much hope into the v/vm shit. Shit is an
understatement. It sucks.


 

5is6 from +-=0 on 2001-07-01 07:26 [#00011619]



DBB, I cant seem to bring up your email adress. List it
below and I'll hit you up.


 

|REFLEX| from Western Canada on 2001-07-01 08:51 [#00011621]



5is6: yo d00d your still around? Long time no post.


 

dingle berry from on a small plastic chair breathing fire on 2001-07-01 15:05 [#00011650]



if thats the realy small red cd i bought the other day its
ok but it just sounds like a load of aphex tracks put
through the audio in of a korg electribe, nothing any where
as good as the original tracks. good end track though with
the "if i was a rich man" track


 

digitalbubblebeth on 2001-07-01 20:25 [#00011668]



it's (really original...)

digitalbubblebeth@hotmail.com

thx


 


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