RIYL: Biggie Smalls slow dancing with Elton John
Label: Illegal Art
Gregg Gillis. Biomedical engineer by day, mash-up DJ by night. Although his groundbreaking parties and experimental dance albums began almost a decade ago, he catapulted into worldwide acclaim when his 2006 ritalin-fueled mash-up album Night Ripper took the dance floors and music festivals by storm. Throwing damn near everything in his sound-editing blender, from Elvis Costello to Biggie Smalls to White Zombie to Aphex Twin to Outkast to Nirvana to Missy Elliott and many…MANY more…Girl Talk evolved the already-popular mashup trend and turned the adrenaline up to 10. His follow-up albums, 2008’s Feed the Animals and 2010’s All Day, hit the same pleasure zones and funny bones that their predecessor did, but to the ailment of his beloved party monster fanbase, those albums never saw a vinyl treatment. Until now. Gillis must have some wicked lawyers ’cause these babies are now available after the ‘buy’ link!
Apparently, each album is limited to 500 copies on black vinyl according to the GT Vinyl Twitter page. They’ve said they plan on pressing more, but there are no timelines in place. If I were you, I’d snatch them up now before they gone. Let’s get it on!
Finally released on double vinyl!! Includes digital download.
GT vinyl Twitter:
"There are 500 of each, but we do plan to press more since these are selling well. We just can't promise any sort of timeline."
Listen on Spotify
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive