Everybody knows “I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby” is close to the funkiest loop of all time of all time. And damnit, I’ve never even heard the dope Freddie Foxxx* track that samples the groooooooove** til today.
Barry White – I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby
(Looks like this is the radio cut on account of the 3:51 track time and the abrupt ending)
Humanity is gone, smoked up in a gravity bong by a democrat republican Cheech and Chong Immortal Technique, you never heard me preachin’ a song I’m not controversial, I’m just speakin’ the facts Put your hands in the air like you got the heat to your back and shake your body like a baby born addicted to crack
As some of you know, I’ve spent the past week or so totally jamming out to the samples/mixes/mashups of Girl Talk. Anyone who mixes hip-hop beats/lyrics with riffs from bands like The Pixies, The Rentals, The Breeders, and so forth (including a sweet mix of what sounds like Yo-Yo rapping over the sweet double-bass part of Metallica’s epic “One”) is a good artist in my book. This is some total hipster shit.
I usually get totally obsessed over one artist for a while and totally burn myself out on them after a month or so. It’s happened with HORSE the Band, Genghis Tron, and now Girl Talk. And I have a feeling Lil’ Wayne may be next…
Anywayz, after downloading Girl Talk’s “Night Ripper” album from illegal art and jamming out on it for a few tracks, I saw similarities between his album cover and the cover art of Mercyful Fate’s “Melissa”. Nothing too obvious, but I found it interesting enough to post on my blog for future reference, mm-hmm.
I never thought I’d hear or see the day when Metallica starts recovering from their recent shittiness. I remember asking former co-worker Eddie James a few months back: “What if Metallica’s next album is totally awesome?”
I was joking at the time, but as it turns out, Metallica’s most recent album is indeed quite awesome!
Considering the circumstances of reality, the new Metallica album (Death Magnetic) doesn’t blow me completely away like their first 4 albums, but it certainly seems to have the capability to do so once I’ve listened to it as many times as the first 4. I’m totally stoked and relieved that Metallica, once the greatest metal band ever, is starting to push back into that position.
And here is the true Metallica discography, according to me:
Kill ‘Em All, 1983
Ride the Lightning, 1984
Master of Puppets, 1986
…And Justice for All, 1988
Death Magnetic, 2008
As you can see, it’s been a long, long time coming…