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1. Can't Stop The Machine Feat. Chilton Classic

Can't Stop The Machine Feat. Chilton Classic

McFly-DiscoSuperDope L.P. Track 6

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3. 22. Midway - Blow Dro With My Friends (Prod. by Chilton Classic) [KATHAUS KOMP III]

22. Midway - Blow Dro With My Friends (Prod. by Chilton Classic) [KATHAUS KOMP III]

KATHAUS MUSIC COLLECTIVE PRESENTS: -THE KOMPILAION III- FREE DOWNLOAD OUT NOW: http://bit.ly/kathauskompIII PRE-ORDER A PHYSICAL COPY NOW: www.TrapWithStyle.com Big Thanks to all the artists featured on the CD: 7DeadlySynths (@7deadlysynths) Hungry Ghost (@hungryghost) Socialytes (@thesocialytes) Wrekafekt (@wrekafekt) Omeguh (@omeguh) SAMPUL (@sampul-music) XVII (@xviitrap) BAHT (@fbgbaht) Huglife (@huglifeofficial) PromNight (@promnightofficial) GABE GREY (@gabegrey) PAPERKUT (@paperkutmusic) Airia (@airiamusic) Tru Def (@betrusoundcloud) Fuegobeatz (@djfuegobeatz) Louisiana Jones (@louiejones) Careful Cat ( @carefulcat) Direwolfe (@dwolfy) Bizzie (@bizziebanko) Skepp&Hawk (@skepp-2) BastienGOAT (@bastiengoat) Gutter Brothers (@gutterbros) PRFT (@prftofficial) Chillton Classic (@chiltonclassic) E-hall (@e-hall-1) THANKS FOR LISTENING! PLEASE SHARE! Check our partners out! www.TrapStyle.com www.BlastedEvents.com www.TrapWithStyle.com Album Mastered by 7DeadlySynths (@7deadlysynths) 2013 KatHaus Records™

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4. "You Belong To Me" - Bob Dylan

  • Published: 2010-08-26T01:57:21Z
  • By arnellos

"You Belong to Me" is a pop music ballad from the 1950s. The singer reminds his/her lover that, whatever exotic locales and sights he/she experiences, "you belong to me." It is credited to three writers: Pee Wee King, Chilton Price, and Redd Stewart. Price wrote most of the song, and ceded equal credit to the other two in exchange for their work in promoting it. King and Stewart did rearrange the song because it was written as a war song during World War II and changed the title to "You Belong To Me" along with arranging the music.The original version of the song was recorded by Sue Thompson on Mercury's country label. It was soon covered by Patti Page, whose version was issued by Mercury as catalog number 5899, with "I Went to Your Wedding" (a bigger Patti Page hit, reaching #1) on the flip side. It entered the Billboard chart on August 22, 1952, and lasted 12 weeks on the chart, peaking at #4. A cover version by Jo Stafford became the most popular version. Issued by Columbia Records as catalog number 39811, it was Stafford's greatest hit, topping the charts in both the United States and the United Kingdom (the first song by a female singer to top the UK chart). It first entered the US chart on August 1, 1952 and remained there for 24 weeks. In the UK, it appeared in the first ever UK chart of November 14, 1952 (then a top 12) and reached number 1 on January 16, 1953, being only the second record to top such chart, remaining in the chart for a total of 19 weeks. Another cover version, by Dean Martin, released by Capitol Records as catalog number 2165, was also in play at that time. This version first entered the chart on August 29, 1952, and remained on the chart for 10 weeks, reaching #12.[2] All the versions were combined in the rankings on the Cash Box charts, and the song reached #1 on those charts as well, lasting on the chart for more than half a year. In 1958 the song crossed over into rock for the first time on the Capitol album "Gene Vincent Rocks and the Blue Caps Roll." A later version of the song, by The Duprees, also made the Billboard Top 10, reaching #7 in 1962. It was recorded by many other pop vocalists, including Patsy Cline and Bing Crosby. A solo acoustic version was recorded by Bob Dylan for the 1992 album Good as I Been to You but was eventually left off as an outtake, the recording only surfacing two years later in the soundtrack for the 1994 movie Natural Born Killers. The song has also appeared on many soundtracks. Vonda Shepard's cover was used frequently on the TV series Ally McBeal alongside romantic scenes of Ally McBeal and Billy Thomas. A version by Jason Wade was part of the soundtrack to the 2001 animated film Shrek. Rocker Tori Amos also sang the classic for the Julia Roberts film Mona Lisa Smile in 2003. Actress Rose McGowan sang it on the soundtrack for the Planet Terror segment of the 2007 movie Grindhouse. While onscreen, Bette Midler sings a fragment of the song (to Nick Nolte) in the 1986 comedy Down and Out in Beverly Hills. On February 1, 2007, a short rendition of the song was sung by 64-year-old Sherman Pore as an audition piece for the television show American Idol, as a tribute to his wife who had died from cancer two days before. Mary Higgins Clark references the song throughout her novel of the same name which was published by Pocket on April 1st 1999.

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5. Chilton Classic - Blow Dro With My Friends - DJ MONARK REMIX

Chilton Classic - Blow Dro With My Friends - DJ MONARK REMIX

Whats up everyone been a long time but back with new music new style new name!!! this is my first remix so make sure to coment good and bad. share with your friends and DOWNLOAD thanks :)

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7. SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT Kurt's Vocals • TIJMASHUP

  • Published: 2014-12-27T01:08:36Z
  • By TIJ
SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT Kurt's Vocals • TIJMASHUP

FREE DOWNLOAD • THIS WILL NEVER BE AVAILABLE TO BUY • I’ve mashed it up with my backing track for ‘Bleed Through’ (with Lola Demo and Darren Chilton). DOWNLOAD IT HERE: https://theinconsistentjukebox.bandcamp.com/releases .If you download this just give me a follow and check out some of my other music. Kurt Cobain on vocals• Me on everything else• This could be tantamount to sacrilege and I may well be arrested by the Grunge Police (or the Karma Police) but I've tried to put a different slant on this classic, rather than just doing a straight cover. I’ve mashed it up with my backing track for ‘Bleed Through’ (eventually with Lola Demo and Darren Chilton). https://soundcloud.com/barry_snaith/bleed-through-the-inconsistent-jukebox-lola-demo-feat-darren-chilton-released-now I'm well aware that this can't touch the original, and it's not meant to, it's just me messing around with a great song, well, because I can. I've also considered whether or not it’s ghoulish and arrogant to rearrange a song by a man who can't give me permission, but hopefully he'd like it. It's intended as an homage. Nirvana were fantastic. I found Kurt’s vocals in an envelope under a table in a bar, officer (know what I mean).

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8. Tracy Bryant - Forever Certain

Tracy Bryant - Forever Certain

TRACY BRYANT "Forever Certain" A Place For Nothing And Everything In Its Place (Burger, 2017) LP/CD/CS/DIGITAL AVAILABLE OCTOBER 20, 2017 WATCH THE VIDEO: https://youtu.be/UqhPJyrRc1Y PRE-ORDER NOW: www.burgerrecords.com Los Angeles based musician Tracy Bryant, as a one of a kind solo artist, is speaking out as an outstanding singer/songwriter who isn’t afraid to dig below the surface. With his work he is filling the gap between lush pop-arrangements and a genuine, distinctive sound. One not hard to enter, but no way to just pass by. While Tracy Bryant’s music may call out as a memento from the lonely highway, we can’t help but wish to join him on his journey. As the frontman and founder of post-punk experimentalists Corners, he recorded the group’s first album, Beyond Way, in his Echo Park apartment in 2012 with just a four-track tape recorder. While the follow-up LP, Maxed out on Distractions, was very much a group effort, Bryant has continued to cultivate the haunted, solitary sounds that permeate through Beyond Way on his own. Corners toured the U.S. and Europe extensively before Bryant decided to end the band in early 2016 to fully focus on his solo endeavors. His first full length solo album “Subterranean” was released February 19th, 2016 on Burger Records. Imbued with the studied swagger of Lou Reed and the emotionally damaged earnestness of Johnny Thunders, the 12 songs are a logical extension of Beyond Way’s dark Americana, with layered acoustic guitars, hypnotic electric leads and hushed vocals setting an eerily inviting tone. Recorded in the Arizona desert by Matt Rendon of The Resonars, it was tracked mostly live with the help of friends Joo-Joo Ashworth, Jeremy Katz (Froth) and Cameron Gartung (Mystic Braves). The album garnered positive reviews worldwide and peaked at #43 on the CMJ radio 200 chart. Upon its release, Bryant embarked on a full band European tour supporting King Khan And The Shrines which culminated with a sold-out show at the 800 capacity Columbia Theater in Berlin, Germany. The band followed the tour with a successful debut at 2016’s SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. With an all-star new band line up consisting of Nick Murray (Thee Oh Sees / White Fence) on drums, Brian Allen (Burnt Ones) on bass and Miles Luttrel (Useless Eaters) on second guitar, the group will be on the road touring the west coast up to Vancouver Island, Canada to play Otalith Festival. To introduce Bryant’s new album “A Place for Nothing And Everything in its Place” (out on Burger Records October 20th, 2017) he will head over to Europe and the UK for a month long tour in December joined by his European backing band of Brian Allen on bass, Nick Winfrey (Adult Books) on second guitar and Leonard Kaage (Jawbones, Anton Newcombe & Tess Parks) on drums.. “A Place for Nothing And Everything In Its Place” was recorded in early 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Originally conceived to be an introspective acoustic album, the written songs, once in the studio, developed into a fully arranged, conceptual work. With the help of producer Leonard Kaage, the acoustic intention became the red line that guides the nine songs through their variety. Bryant’s lyrics go a more personal way and follow inner and outer conflicts captured through the words of a restless outsider who ends up finding the company of love. The album is filled with dreamy footnotes of piano, 60‘s percussion and a more than once appearance of edgy guitars. Imagine a classic singer/songwriter record loaded with the intimacy and grit reminiscent of Alex Chilton or Nikki Sudden. A true milestone that marks an important progression in Bryant’s career as a solo artist. The album got its finishing touch by the mastering of Los Angeles pioneer Dave Cooley (Ariel Pink, The Black Angels, M83).

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9. Pollyanna by Eleanor H Porter (BBC Radio Full-Cast Dramatisation)

Pollyanna by Eleanor H Porter (BBC Radio Full-Cast Dramatisation)

Here's a BBC Radio-4 full-cast dramatisation of the classic American tale, starring Gayle Hunnicutt. When Pollyanna's father dies, she is sent to live with her only surviving relative, the rich but stern Aunt Polly. Pollyanna's joy soon turns to disappointment when her spinster aunt gives her a cold greeting and tells her she is to stay in the attic. It's not the welcome Pollyanna expected, but she soon regains her spirits, playing the "glad game" her father taught her. Nancy the maid is charmed by Pollyanna and soon the girl's infectious optimism wins the hearts of everyone in town, from the reclusive Mr Pendleton to the shy Dr Chilton. Everyone, that is, except Aunt Polly, who refuses to succumb to her young niece's charm. It is not until a tragic accident occurs, which leaves even Pollyanna struggling to find a way to feel glad, that her maiden aunt finally unwraps her heart from years of bitterness. This dramatisation retains the spirit of childlike innocence and optimism that has made Pollyanna a favourite amongst generations of children and adults.

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10. Face Rex - King Face EP (Clips) OUT NOW !!

Face Rex - King Face EP (Clips) OUT NOW !!

BUY HERE - http://www.beatport.com/release/king-face/1333844 All tracks produced by Face Rex All tracks mixed and mastered by Chilton Classic EP Executive produced by David Apostrophe courtesy of Track Club www.facebook.com/LikeFaceRex www.facebook.com/multikillrecordings

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11. Devon Williams - Your Sympathy

Devon Williams - Your Sympathy

LA-based Devon Williams is a young man with a true gift as a song-writer and musician. He's traveled from punk rock roots to an enviable place where power-pop meets classic 60s melodies, the best of swirling 80s-flavored production and shimmering, jangling guitars. His brilliant debut solo album "Carefree," released in 2008, demonstrated a knack for crafting timeless pop that’s equal parts Brill Building and Topanga Canyon. On it, Williams hearkened back to great songwriters like Nilsson, Chilton, Downes and Westerberg. Buoyed by Wall of Sound production, economical arrangements and a wealth of 12-string jangle, "Carefree" is a perfect pop record in the truest sense, a record bursting with melody that rewards repeated listens. Following up his superb Fall 2010 Slumberland single "Sufferer," Devon now offers another taste from his forthcoming album "Euphoria." "Your Sympathy" is a simply beautiful piece of timeless pop, recalling legends like The Church, Felt and Teardrop Explodes while still being pure Devon in it's attention to arrangement and melody. The tune is another Williams future-classic, instantly memorable and charming with its driving elegance. Slotting in with musical fellows like Destroyer (indeed, engineer Dave Carswell plays on and recorded the most recent Destroyer LP) and Puro Instinct, Devon effortlessly incorporates a wealth of disparate influences to create something totally personal and uniquely well-crafted. The flip side "Sisters" could be an a-side of its own on just about any single, a sweeping miniature epic full of fuzzed guitars and soaring, chorused jangle. "Euphoria" is in stores August 30, 2011.

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12. Tyrannamen - You Should Leave Him

Tyrannamen - You Should Leave Him

Taken from the S/T LP, out on Static Shock on September 23rd. "After five years of playing gigs Melbourne's Tyrannamen (who also feature members of Twerps and Whipper in their ranks) finally released their debut album on Cool Death Records but that pressing sold out instantly so Static Shock decided to do the honourable thing and keep this instant classic in print. The album is just 23 minutes long but every minute is worth the admission price alone. The album starts with calling card 'I Can't Read Your Mind' which is full of ramshackle yet instantly catchy punk rock but with a soulful and rock 'n' roll underbelly. It sits somewhere between Alex Chilton, Royal Headache and Irish power pop kings The Moondogs. Your jaw will drop and your feet start moving. Other highlights include the anthemic 'You Should Leave Him' which starts like The Undertones 'Get Over You' before heading into a straight up pounder with Nic Imfeld's raw but tuneful voice taking the song to pop heaven. This album tugs at your heart, twists at every turn and deserves to be loved for years and years to come."

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13. Trap Mixtape (Female Vocal Trapstep)

Trap Mixtape (Female Vocal Trapstep)

01. Antiheros - Someone Else (SPENDA C REMIX) 02. SBTRKT - Wildfire (Drake + Alex Young Bootleg) 03. Zooly - You Should Know‬ 04. ‪Matrix & Futurebound - Magnetic Eyes (TC Remix)‬ 05. Example & Dillon Francis - 'Someone To Die For' 06. DJ BAHLER - Unfaithful [Purity Ring + The Killers + 2 Chainz] 07. Flosstradamus – TWARK 08. Kendrick Lamar – Swimming Pools (Bird Peterson Remix) 09. KiD CuDi – Just What I Am Ft. King Chip 10. ‪Boys Noize ft. Snoop Dogg - Got It [Out of the Black]‬ 11. Martin Solveig & Dragonette - Hello (Damian Bast Remix) 12. ‪OH SNAP!! - B-Town 13. Parker Ighile - So Beautiful (Candyland Remix) 14. ‪ Red Hot Chili Peppers - Can't Stop (Swagrid Remix)‬ 15. Astronomia - Tony Igy (D!RTY AUD!O Remix) 16. Avicii - Fade Into Darkness (Vico Ono & Rohr Remix) 17. ‪David Heartbreak - Dave's Diner‬ 18. ‪Cestladore - Melanie‬ 19. ‪Chilton Classic - Blow Dro With My Friends 20. HUNCHBACK - Molly on my Mind (Original Edit) 21. Caleb Mak/Lucid - The Joker Lucid Bootleg 22. DIE ANTWOORD - DIS IZ WHY I'M HOT (✝H0ℛDᶓ$✝ Percussive Mix) 23. ‪DJ Muggs (feat. ASAP Rocky) - Dank‬ 24. ‪KiD CuDi‪ - King Wizard (Explicit)‬ 25. Louisiana Jones - All That 26. ‪Deadmau5 ft. Kaskade - Trap For Me (Van Toth Remix)‬ 27. War - Low Rider (Chris Hurst's Ratchet Remix)

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14. Tracy Bryant - A Crowded Room

Tracy Bryant - A Crowded Room

TRACY BRYANT "A Crowded Room" A Place For Nothing And Everything In Its Place (Burger, 2017) LP/CD/CS/DIGITAL AVAILABLE OCTOBER 20, 2017 VIDEO FOR "FOREVER CERTAIN": www.youtu.be/UqhPJyrRc1Y PRE-ORDER NOW: www.burgerrecords.com Los Angeles based musician Tracy Bryant, as a one of a kind solo artist, is speaking out as an outstanding singer/songwriter who isn’t afraid to dig below the surface. With his work he is filling the gap between lush pop-arrangements and a genuine, distinctive sound. One not hard to enter, but no way to just pass by. While Tracy Bryant’s music may call out as a memento from the lonely highway, we can’t help but wish to join him on his journey. As the frontman and founder of post-punk experimentalists Corners, he recorded the group’s first album, Beyond Way, in his Echo Park apartment in 2012 with just a four-track tape recorder. While the follow-up LP, Maxed out on Distractions, was very much a group effort, Bryant has continued to cultivate the haunted, solitary sounds that permeate through Beyond Way on his own. Corners toured the U.S. and Europe extensively before Bryant decided to end the band in early 2016 to fully focus on his solo endeavors. His first full length solo album “Subterranean” was released February 19th, 2016 on Burger Records. Imbued with the studied swagger of Lou Reed and the emotionally damaged earnestness of Johnny Thunders, the 12 songs are a logical extension of Beyond Way’s dark Americana, with layered acoustic guitars, hypnotic electric leads and hushed vocals setting an eerily inviting tone. Recorded in the Arizona desert by Matt Rendon of The Resonars, it was tracked mostly live with the help of friends Joo-Joo Ashworth, Jeremy Katz (Froth) and Cameron Gartung (Mystic Braves). The album garnered positive reviews worldwide and peaked at #43 on the CMJ radio 200 chart. Upon its release, Bryant embarked on a full band European tour supporting King Khan And The Shrines which culminated with a sold-out show at the 800 capacity Columbia Theater in Berlin, Germany. The band followed the tour with a successful debut at 2016’s SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. With an all-star new band line up consisting of Nick Murray (Thee Oh Sees / White Fence) on drums, Brian Allen (Burnt Ones) on bass and Miles Luttrel (Useless Eaters) on second guitar, the group will be on the road touring the west coast up to Vancouver Island, Canada to play Otalith Festival. To introduce Bryant’s new album “A Place for Nothing And Everything in its Place” (out on Burger Records October 20th, 2017) he will head over to Europe and the UK for a month long tour in December joined by his European backing band of Brian Allen on bass, Nick Winfrey (Adult Books) on second guitar and Leonard Kaage (Jawbones, Anton Newcombe & Tess Parks) on drums.. “A Place for Nothing And Everything In Its Place” was recorded in early 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Originally conceived to be an introspective acoustic album, the written songs, once in the studio, developed into a fully arranged, conceptual work. With the help of producer Leonard Kaage, the acoustic intention became the red line that guides the nine songs through their variety. Bryant’s lyrics go a more personal way and follow inner and outer conflicts captured through the words of a restless outsider who ends up finding the company of love. The album is filled with dreamy footnotes of piano, 60‘s percussion and a more than once appearance of edgy guitars. Imagine a classic singer/songwriter record loaded with the intimacy and grit reminiscent of Alex Chilton or Nikki Sudden. A true milestone that marks an important progression in Bryant’s career as a solo artist. The album got its finishing touch by the mastering of Los Angeles pioneer Dave Cooley (Ariel Pink, The Black Angels, M83).

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15. Tyrannamen - I Can't Read Your Mind

Tyrannamen - I Can't Read Your Mind

Taken from the S/T LP, out on Static Shock on September 23rd. "After five years of playing gigs Melbourne's Tyrannamen (who also feature members of Twerps and Whipper in their ranks) finally released their debut album on Cool Death Records but that pressing sold out instantly so Static Shock decided to do the honourable thing and keep this instant classic in print. The album is just 23 minutes long but every minute is worth the admission price alone. The album starts with calling card 'I Can't Read Your Mind' which is full of ramshackle yet instantly catchy punk rock but with a soulful and rock 'n' roll underbelly. It sits somewhere between Alex Chilton, Royal Headache and Irish power pop kings The Moondogs. Your jaw will drop and your feet start moving. Other highlights include the anthemic 'You Should Leave Him' which starts like The Undertones 'Get Over You' before heading into a straight up pounder with Nic Imfeld's raw but tuneful voice taking the song to pop heaven. This album tugs at your heart, twists at every turn and deserves to be loved for years and years to come."

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