Gillis is featured heavily in the 2008 documentary. I came from a more experimental background and there were some very overly serious, borderline academic type electronic musicians. I think it would be decently hard to follow popular music and not be aware of this album, and in this sense it's a confusing choice. Presumably it is a name that stuck from when that whole scene was indie, then again maybe that is just waht us 80's kids call it. It's entertaining to hear a variety of songs juxtaposed against one another, but it doesn't seem like there's much more than that. This album gives you no breathing room, your feet will be tapping for 53 mins without stop.
Some of the samples have a deliberate contrast which is interesting for a minute, but they don't go anywhere. Together for girls is a partnership focusing on generating data, implementing evidence-informed policies and interventions, and mobilizing communities in countries. I mostly enjoyed All Day. I'm sad that Girl Talk won't be touring anywhere near me. In their December 2008 issue, magazine named Feed the Animals as the 2 best album of 2008, behind only Lil Wayne's.
As he aged, he started to like older artists such as. The beginning of the album is a little weak compared to the end and compared to Feed the Animals. Art Beat Blog, The New York Times. For possible future projects, Gillis is considering creating an original song rather than full-length albums featuring songs by other musicians tied together. Archived from on July 30, 2010. He has also stated interest in , as well as artist.
If anything, this is like a comedy album. Sure, there's a high level of skill involved and it's a good example of the technique, but beyond that there really isn't anything musically compelling about it. In 2014, Girl Talk and Freeway performed an unknown collaboration during a private show. I've never spent much time critically listening to a mashup album, so I at least appreciate the exposure to the style. There's not a lot of replay value on this record unless you intend to put it to use on a dance floor, and nobody goes to clubs to listen to the music itself, which is the point of this reddit in the first place. If the point is to expose people to new music, even my musically illiterate friends have this album.
My favorite point in this song? Incorrectly listed as a Fatman Scoop solo track in the liner notes. Guerrilla Girls Not Ready to Make Nice, Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond is a major presentation of the work by the Guerrilla Girls on view at Montserrat. The samples are not very recognizable to me , but I can easily identify the beat to the Cupid Slide, a few lines of Walk It Out, the drumbeat, chorus, and main riff of We're Not Gonna Take It, the chorus to Pop Bottles, a couple lines of Gettin Some Head and another verse by Lil Wayne, if I'm not mistaken? As a musical album, when compared to so many great music albums that came out of 2008, I would not put this one anywhere near the top. The whole point of choosing the name early on was basically to just stir things up a little within the small scene I was operating from. Hope I've been able to explain why I don't like it, rather than just bitching and moaning about the selection.
Wham City Records was to handle the album's vinyl issue, but a release never sufficed. Girl Talk released his new album today November 15th. I believe the comment I thought I was replying to took a negative stance regarding album choice or something like that. You don't like the album? Since Gillis releases his music under , fans may legally use it in derivative works. I have no problem with this album nor it's choice and respect the talent behind it, it's very superficial to me. The next day, Gillis posted a message on his MySpace account to assure that the version was a fake. Their whole album is online,.
But in the interest of promoting discussion and alternative points of view, it'd be great if you could keep the conversation focused on the music, and keep the personal attacks to a minimum. Second, the purpose of this subreddit, if I understand it correctly, was to explore a variety of different genres and musical tastes. On March 19, 2008, a purported leak of the album was released on the web and spread quickly on torrent networks. There is only one site you will ever need as a progressive rock resource. When his next one comes out, I'll probably do the same thing: listen once, move on to something else.
It's always skillful, but it's as if the artist wanted to show off his ability way too often. If you didn't like Girl Talk's previous albums, you won't like All Day. Great mash-ups certainly require skill and are fun, but to me the genre still seems like a novelty. Indie is not a genre nor does it approach any tonal or stylistic description of music. For me, hearing Nirvana and Air in the same dance album was crazy. But all technicalities aside, I.
I had no idea what I was going to see, first I thought it was going to be some acoustic guitar singer-songwriter chick, then I thought the second opener was Girl Talk, then Gilles got on stage and some girl took pity on my and dragged my still groggy ass into the dance floor. I went ahead and downloaded a couple more of his albums, but I found the artistic progression of his repertoire to be marginal. In 2009, he attributed the name to , the early 1990s SubPop band, based in. This man should be a producer, not an artist. Perhaps listening to the album as it is intended as a dance album , it wouldn't matter so much.