Unofficial aka Bootleg remix.
These fellas are still around and they recently released a new album http://www.franzferdinand.com
I made this as a learning experience to develop a style of mixing indie rock with electronic beats.
...with the hopes to have people dig deeper into this great band that does not get enough press here in the US.
The first version was made over two years ago and this is the 3rd version.
The original was released in 2004 on Domino records.
Roric Fink is the current associate head coach for the University of Texas. Coach Fink has been a part of the University of Texas for the past 6 seasons (the first 5 seasons, Fink served as an assistant coach). Prior to joining the University of Texas, Fink was the associate head coach at the University of Missouri (2 seasons) and the University of Arizona (8 seasons). Coach Fink's career also involved building up the Ford Aquatic team in Tucson, Arizona as well as involvement with Phoenix Swim Club. Connect with Roric: - Team Website - Facebook - Instagram - Email Get FREE Access to their Swim Workouts. Full Show Notes for this Episode on the RITTER Blog. FREE Trial of the Coaches Corner Get insider access to elite swim coaches with RITTER Sports Performance's "Coaches Corner." We'll follow a coach for every workout during a 4-week stretch with have in-depth interviews about the past week's training and the upcoming plan. Every month a new coach will be featured so that you'll be able to learn from all the diverse ways that coaches are getting swimmers faster and faster. Also get all past podcasts that are no longer available on podcast feed, including some episodes with legends in the sport SURGE TRAINING SYSTEM - the most complete dryland and strength training resource for coaches and swimmers. If you enjoyed this podcast help us spread the word by leaving a rating and review on our iTunes show page. To connect and learn more visit the RITTER Sports Performance website.
Remix of Tom Cosm's "Bubble Butt"..
a grooving, bass heavy, midtempo take on his tune.
A good transition track from 100bpm to 120+bpm.
The Original Live set, plenty of music, and tutorials can be found over at Tom Cosm's site: http://www.cosm.co.nz/
Artwork is "Booty Hills" from BubbleBum420 over at Deviant Art.
An audio simulation of what it would be like to ride the Sling Shot at an Orlando Carnival with rapper DMX, twice.
The first ride puts you into the shoes of an unnamed man who apparently has no relation to the artist whom experienced a rapid rise to fame in the late 90's and after three albums still had to ask "What's My Name"? In hindsight Snoop Dogg posed that question on his first album "Doggystyle" back in 93'. In this simulation you will have a weird and slightly tense rise as you realize you are strapped into a potentially unsafe apparatus with a convicted felon, who is freaking the fuck out.
Upon the near completion of the ride you earn the rappers respect as both you and him act tough and confirm that you handled the thrill of the ride appropriately.
The next simulation puts you as the same rappers daughter whom is now the one freaking the fuck out as your "Ruff Ryder" father attempts to calm you down. The speed and adrenaline causes his words to become stretched and skewed as all you eventually hear is "We Got It" echoing far away as you descend.