Send Summer Smoke Ringtone to your Cell. Lies and reasons you give Too much is not enough Leave, what you see leave alone Someone else to go Romance holds you to tea, yeah Sip it like you're typical My love is what you make of it Brothers and sisters, its not enough Not enough Talk, call, talking of leading the way Wont ya give any lie? Of all the ways Wont ya lie with me? Man I've no Raven to see here Flies the blackest way What you give when you get nothing Is everything you give All been tossed away Read, light your mourning candles Make your way All wise men today grieve It knows no better thing All I leave here, a way to send you all down, down, down All my worries is where the girl will be found, found, found All my worries of all those things that I dreamed and dreamed and dreamed All I leave is, I have to say Its nothing mroe than my point of view Its hard and cold tonight You're warming by a fire Oh, sweet juice Drink tonight Take me while I'm out No, no Raven to see here It imitates beauty well Black bird from a dark heaven Oh wont you keep me from giving a lie All God tossed away Read while you know You know things fade to grey Oh, what came of Grace Oh, the mourning and the rain All my worries worn enough to roam, roam, roam Fade away here, teh girl will go round and round and round Hey, love
Night Ripper by Girl Talk on Apple Music
In my head, I thought Girl Talk was referring to the girl group of the 80s. So I kept skipping on it. That is until yesterday when I actually found out that Girl Talk is actually referring to DJ Gregg Gillis, who does mashups and is a music producer. So I decided to download the last album called "Night Ripper" from him. Man, I was surprised. He brings a whole bunch of stuff together in such a coherent manner that you completely rethink the concept of mashups.
Girl Talk's 'Night Ripper' Quiz Stats
It is a mashup album primarily composed of samples taken from other artists' music, while also incorporating minor amounts of original instrumentation recorded by Gillis himself. Produced as one seamless piece of music before subsequently being broken into individual tracks, Night Ripper was composed by Gillis in a period of around eight months, during which he divided time between production of the album and his work as a biomedical engineer. Illegal Art initially released Night Ripper as a digital download on their website, later making the album available on other sites and shipping the album to select record stores due to strong demand.
Gregg Gillis has been cutting up and gluing bits and pieces of songs together as a DJ in Pittsburgh since his debut, Secret Diary , an album that, though a lot of easily identifiable samples the Price Is Right theme, for example were used, was so delayed and skipped and glitched that it was too obfuscated to do much in the mainstream. Such is not the case with Night Ripper , however, which, thanks to Gillis 's ability to draw from a myriad of musical sources the names of the artists used, though not their songs, are listed in alphabetical order inside the liner notes, and in fact make up the entirety of the liner notes , can appeal to anyone who's heard the radio particularly rap radio in the past few years. Because of the recognizability of the pieces used, Night Ripper is a good tool for showing listeners unfamiliar with the art of sampling what a talented DJ can actually do; Gillis ' favorite trick on the album is to play a long vocal track, preferably something from the Ying Yang Twins or Ludacris , over rock be it classic, indie, or grunge beats, which he speeds up or slows down as necessary. It's pretty impressive, and at first listen, it's pretty fun. The thing is, this openness to pop culture, while it may increase and amuse his audience, also serves to make the album a fleeting affair.