Best of Bootie is Back; Tasty Mash-Ups

I’ll admit I have a particular weakness for clever musical mash-ups. Last year I downloaded and thoroughly enjoyed Best of Bootie 2005. I didn’t think I’d see another album but lo and behold, there’s another one out as a free download in DRM-free mp3 format.

Best of Bootie is a monthly mash-up bootleg party in San Franciso and L.A. Discography and downloads after the cut.

BestOfBootie2005.jpgBest of Bootie 2005

Track Listing:
1. Party Ben – Paid For My Doorbell (Eric B. & Rakim vs. White Stripes)
2. Torero – Hot Rich Girls Dropped In A Grange (Gwen Stefani vs. Snoop Dogg vs. ZZ Top)
3. The Lovemakers – Shake That 50 Cent (50 Cent vs. The Lovemakers)
4. Jay-R – S.L.H. (Sri Lanka High) (M.I.A. vs. The Ramones)
5. A plus D – An Honest M.I.A. (M.I.A. vs. The Bravery)
6. Party Ben – Somebody Rock Me (The Killers vs. The Clash)
7. Ruff Muff – La La Her Madly (The Doors vs. Goldfrapp)
8. Earworm – Since U Been Gahan (Kelly Clarkson vs. Rex The Dog vs. Depeche Mode)
9. Party Ben – Walking With A Ghost In Paris (Tegan & Sara vs. Mylo)
10. Party Ben – Computer Talk (Coldplay vs. Kraftwerk)
11. Loo & Placido – Black Beatles (Beatles vs. Black-Eyed Peas vs. Ludacris vs. Kelis)
12. King of Pants – Badd To Me (Ying Yang Twins vs. The Cure)
13. DJ Riko – P-Funk Is Playing At My House (LCD Soundsystem vs. Gerald A. vs. Katie Enlow)
14. Thriftshop XL – Do You Wanna Cuz It’s Tricky (Franz Ferdinand vs. Run-DMC vs. The Knack)
15. Brat – Big Shot Pimpin’ (Billy Joel vs. Jay-Z)
16. DJ John – It Takes Two To Kiss (Rob Base vs. Prince)
17. Tripp – Super Holla Tricka (Beastie Boys vs. Gwen Stefani vs. A. Skillz & Krafty Kutz)
18. Jay-R – My Other Car Is A Beatle (L’Trimm vs. Armand Van Helden vs. Beatles vs. Gary Numan)
19. Jimmi Jammes – Sgt. Pepper’s Paradise (Beatles vs. Guns N’ Roses)
20. Cheekyboy – Smells Like Compton (N.W.A. vs. Nirvana)

Download Page

BestOfBootie2006_CD.jpg Best of Bootie 2006Track Listing
1. A plus D – Bootie Intro
2. DJ Moule – Black Sabotage (Beastie Boys vs. Led Zeppelin) – Paris, France
3. DJ M.I.F. – Tricky Sandman (Run-DMC vs. Metallica) – Denmark
4. DJ Jay-R – Sweet Sovereign (Lady Sovereign vs. Eurythmics vs. Shiny Grey) – Oakland, USA
5. Divide & Kreate – Temperaturized (Sean Paul vs. Yaz) – Stockholm, Sweden
6. Party Ben – Hung Up On Soul (Death Cab For Cutie vs. Madonna) – San Francisco, USA
7. A plus D – Love Will Tear You Apart (She Wants Originality) (She Wants Revenge vs. Joy Division vs. Bauhaus) – San Francisco, USA
8. A plus D – Sexy Peek-A-Boo (Justin Timberlake vs. Siouxsie & the Banshees) – San Francisco, USA
9. Arty Fufkin – Crazy Logic (Gnarls Barkley vs. Supertramp vs. Rockwell) – Melbourne, Australia
10. Max Entropy – Short Skirt, London Bridge (Fergie vs. Cake) – Philadelphia, USA
11. DJ Axel – Real Back Poppin’ (Cheryl Lynn vs. Fat Joe vs. Nelly) – Los Angeles, USA
12. A plus D – Beethoven’s Fifth Gold Digger (Kanye West vs. Beethoven vs. Walter Murphy) – San Francisco, USA
13. team9 – The Money Song (Hard-Fi vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers vs. Flying Lizards vs. Abba vs. Jay-Z) – Perth, Australia
14. Go Home Productions – Don’t Hold Back, Sweet Jane (Chemical Brothers vs. Velvet Underground vs. U2 vs. Sugababes vs. MARRS) – Watford, UK
15. DJ Topcat – Dec. 4th, Oh What A Night (Jay-Z vs. Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons) – Seattle, USA
16. DJ Topcat – The Safety Booty (Bubba Sparxxx vs. Men Without Hats) – Seattle, USA
17. Pilchard – Fox Problems (Jimi Hendrix vs. Jimi Bo Horne vs. Eric B & Rakim) – Royal Berkshire, UK
18. Lenlow – Work It Out (Beyonce vs. Dave Matthews vs. Jurassic 5 vs. Deee-Lite) – Boston, USA
19. Victor Menegaux – Going Back To Dani (Notorious B.I.G. vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers) – Seattle, USA
20. The Kleptones – Careless Or Dead (Bon Jovi vs. George Michael) – Brighton, UK
21. Divide & Kreate – Always With You (Willie Nelson vs. U2 vs. MARRS) – Stockholm, SwedenDownload Page

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4 Responses

  1. Lemon says:

    I absolutely love these things.

  2. Mystech says:

    Aren’t they fun? I’m not sure if it’s the skillful way the DJs mix two or more songs together with attention to beat, lyrics and rhythm or if it’s the nostalgia & novelty at the same time of older songs alongside newer ones. Perhaps, it’s all of that put together. Anyhow, if you’re interested, I’ll be sure to post other good mash-up finds as they come up (although the RIAA is getting more and more aggressive about cease and desisting DJs, sadly).

  3. moxley says:

    Dude!!! Sweet!!!

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