George Bush Mashup Mix

Bush dancingThe George Dubya Mix (MP3 – 28.2MB) is a brilliant bootleg mashup of Bush’s speeches cutup and laid over a bunch of songs. The end result is an 18 minute bizarre montage of parody, anti-war riffs and surprisingly good karaoke. Somehow it all works together.

Here’s a tracklist of the mix by BudtheWeiser:

Goodbadndubya – Mentally ill
imagine walk on the wildside – rx
gwemergency – doc
Mass Destruction (george dubya mix) – Party Ben
sunday bloody sunday – rx
sigue sigue sputnil Vs Crass Vs Dubya – Gordyboy

I’ve mirrored it here in case the original goes down.

9 Comments
  1. Why do so many people who are on the internet use pseudonyms fpr names? Why not use your real name, Mr. “X” whatever that is supposed to represent? Is is because one can be anonymous all the time?. I remember when CB radios were the rage and everyone had a “handle” which meant we were all anonymous in an anonymous society. That drove me nuts just as the internet does. It is the same when one speaks to someone on the phone discussing business and everyone only gives a first name. I wonder how many of those names are fake? Someone explain why this action is now so ingrained in our society? Does everyone dislike their real names so much or are ashamed of their roots that they would rather be someone else?

  2. Julian,
    In an age where speaking out against the government, even in a humorous way, can be considered terrorist activity in the eyes of PATRIOT Act I or II, can you at least sympathize with those remaining at least a little bit anonymous?

    Besides, unless you’re trying to track down john doe, or chris smith, what does it matter anyways? The same person will probably use the same alias for a majority of the time.

    Aliases…. less personal? yes. more private? definitely.

  3. Rattler14

    Are you going to allow our government to intimidate you? Shame on you. Read the Bill of Rights. If you are running scared of our government then you are allowing them to control your life. “Give me liberty or give me death”. Look that one up. Don’t allow your fears to rule your life. By hiding, you give them the power and they will take it. You must remain vigilant against encroachment of your guaranteed rights . If not, they (those we elect to power) will take liberty with powers that are not theirs. We will be no better off than living under the tyranny of any totalitarian government. Might as well be living in Iran or North Korea.

  4. Julian,

    It would be nice to do such things, if we actually had a bill of rights. But since the passage of the patriot act, one can essentially find themselves in solitary confinement, held without bail and without trial for as long as a government claims you are a “terrorist”. Which, based on their definition, is practically anything/everything (completely ignoring the constitution, ex-post facto, etc).

    I am fighting for my rights, but I’m also not stupid. My opinions on things like the IRS hoax, etc have caused similar people to be targeted and prosecuted with no proper authority at all! These abuses fall on deaf ears, as americans stand on the sidelines and instead of defending what’s right, they merely scoff “serves you right”.

    Plus, in time of martial law (and with an imminent dollar crash looming around the bend), your rights are completely suspended… they shouldn’t be, but they are.

    You say we might as well be living in Iran or North Korea, give it a few more years and we might finally erode away our republic yet based on the ignorance of the masses.

    And if you don’t like not knowing my real name, tough! Just like I don’t go shouting my name to everyone I pass on the street or have my name posted all over my belongings, I don’t have to tell you my name. I’m not trying to be a bastard, it just grants me no further benefit of this online discussion group to reveal it.

  5. Damn! I used my name… well I guess that makes the anonymous proxy relays useless….

    Actually to be serious…. as a kid growing up with computers and using BBS’s prior to this Internet thingie aliases, handles, IDs, and nicknames are old hat. Just because I use a handle online does not mean that I am ashamed of my heritage. My lineage is nothing that is worth writing a book about but I am happy to exist.

    I equate it to, “something for fun”… OR… “hey, why not”!

    I think that it is awesome that you comment Julian. The two comments that I have read of yours though seem very different from each other. It seems you have a good head on your shoulders…. I respect Stephen, I hope that you truly listen to him. I look forward to more of your posts.

  6. I was going to link to this from my blog but it appears your links no longer work. Please email me or comment at my blog on where I can still hear it.

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