T4dW V – Rumors of My Slacking are True

t4dw logoWoops, sorry I haven’t done a t4dw (tunes for the weekend) in a few weeks now. I know a lot of people probably don’t give a damn one way or the other, but here’s a cd-length taste of what is fresh in the bootleg world.

This week we have (almost) a full CD by the notorious James Hyman. I say notorious, because along with the 29 mash-ups that he compiled, he also managed to fit in the a menagerie of shout-outs and accolades from industry stalwarts. This is essentially a mix CD, and to sum it up best, I’m slacking and letting JAMES HYMAN (woo woo, yo peace!) pick out the tunes. Big love to Boomselection, who is hosting these files.

But wait, I do have two other songs that I think will fit on this CD. It’s your choice, but they caught my eye on the GYBO board and I thought they were class… we’ll start there, then move on the the Hyman track listing:

  • DJ Shiddy has a jazz/hip-hop bootleg envisioning a scene where a drunken Wu Tang Clan crashed a debutante party and bum-rushed the orchestra. The result was Raw Jazz (3.0MB – 3:12)
  • Vector Warrior continued the saga of debutantes, because out of nowhere, Adina Howard marched up to the stage in her bouffant teal dress, shooed the rappers away and chatted with the pianist for a second or two. A moment later, this beautiful song emits from the stage: Freak LLL-ike me (3.5MB – 2:30)

Right, so the ball was crashed, but the day was saved. Everyone rejoiced and made way for the new visitors who had just shown up: James Hyman, and his band of groupies who did nothing more than say ‘James Hyman’ and pat him on the back. Some murmers were heard about the conspicuous Boomselection banner that they put up on the stage. Nonetheless, James pulled out a CD of some music that he had downloaded off the Internet, then walked off to the bar for a drink while his compatriots in turn took to the mic.

  • James Hyman/Audio Srapnel – Intro (1.9M)
  • Fatman Scoop – Be Faithful (1.3M)
  • Mark Ronson feat. Ghostface Killa & Nate Dogg – Oooh Wee (1.6M)
  • Missy Elliot – Pass That Dutch (628k)
  • Timbaland & Magoo – Cop That Shit (826k)
  • Eric B & Rakim – I Know You Got Soul (450k)
  • Ludacris – Stand Up (2.4M)
  • UNKLE Mix Up: DMX vs Tears for Fears – Shout Who We Be (3.3M)
  • Wreck-x-n-Effect – Rumpshaker (1.3M)
  • Audio Shrapnel – Rock Your Baddy (6.8M)
  • Bollywood Freaks – Don’t Stop `till You Get to Bollywood (2.3M)
  • DJ Payroll – Pink Satisfaction (3.8M)
  • The Rolling Stones – Satisfaction (1.4M)
  • Peaches feat. Iggy Pop – Kick It (3.0M)
  • Franz Ferninand – Take Me Out (4.7M)
  • The Allendean Project – Rapture Riders (4.4M)
  • Max Sedgley – Happy (2.7M)
  • The Rolling Stones – Sympathy for the Devil [Neptunes Remix] (2.7M)
  • A Guy Called Gerald – Voodoo Ray (1.7M)
  • Junior Jack – Da Hype (2.2M)
  • Mousse T – Horny (2.9M)
  • DJ Z-trip & DJ P – Sweet Dreams [live mix] (3.7M)
  • The Beatles – Yesterday [bootleg remix] (2.6M)
  • Steinski – Lets Get It On (1.3M)
  • Soundhog – Double Freak (4.1M)
  • Queens of the Stone Age – Feel Good Hit of the Summer (2.2M)
  • Soundhog – Dirty Way (5.4M)
  • Ricky V. Valentine – Ghetto Classics (1.7M)
  • G Form – From the Block (4.1M)

And the party went on into the night, until the cops came and broke it up because of a complaint of noise and nudity (a couple was dancing in the fountain while simultaneously snorting large amounts of absinthe).

The End.

Update: fixed some mp3 linking, if it breaks again, it’s your own damn fault for not downloading.

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