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Tom Trago - Use Me Again (Carl Craig remix)

Best use of a Millie Jackson sample ever…

This goes insanely deep. Rivals that U-tern mix from like 10 years ago.

Inspired by Wax Poetics Issue 50, Citinite has created the “Minneapolis Special” mix of Prince & Co., originally broadcast on NTS Radio.


Track List

Prince “Rebirth of the Flesh” (unreleased) 1986
Prince “Baby Go-Go” (unreleased) 1986
Mazarati “100 MPH (version)” (unreleased) 1984
Wendy & Lisa “Honeymoon Express (Honeymoon instrumental)” (Columbia) 1988
André Cymone “The Dance Electric” (CBS) 1985
Alexander O’Neal “Fake (extended version)” (Tabu) 1987
Change “Change of Heart” (WEA) 1984
The Family “Mutiny” (Paisley Park) 1985
Jesse Johnson’s Revue “Just Too Much” (A&M) 1985
The Time “I Don’t Wanna Leave You” (Warner Bros.) 1982
Bill Blow “Drop Funkin’” (Wide Angle) 1984
Ta Mara & the Seen “You Turn Me Up” (Hot Tracks) 1986
Mazarati “Champagne Saturday” (Paisley Park) 1986
The Girls “S-E-S-E-X (instrumental)” (Columbia) 1984
Sheila E. “A Love Bizarre (Parts I & II)” (Paisley Park) 1985
Prince & the Revolution “All My Dreams” (unreleased) 1985
Apollonia 6 “Sex Shooter (extended version)” (Warner Bros.) 1984
Prince “All Day, All Night” (unreleased) 1984
Prince & the Revolution “Computer Blue (long version)” (unreleased) 1983
Prince & the Revolution “Possessed” (unreleased) 1983
Dez Dickerson “Modernaire” (Citinite) 2008
Sheila E. “Too Sexy” (Warner Bros.) 1984
Vanity 6 “Vibrator” (unreleased) 1983

A random page I clicked (npi) on from a HAWK notebook in the new DJ Screw archives of the University of Houston.

A random page I clicked (npi) on from a HAWK notebook in the new DJ Screw archives of the University of Houston.

Longform heat you may have missed. Audiobooks and erasure.

This is a great sentence:

In 1804, during the evening hours late in his first term as president, Thomas Jefferson began erasing the Gospel of Matthew.