It looks like I skipped an earlier King Megatrip mix. This time he used my edit ‘Aquitar Intro (Jim Sitting On A Park Bench)’ in his mix ‘The Van Bowlski Brothers’. It’s the fourth mix in the Roofers vs Records Trilogy. Hip Hop, Classic Rock and Punk stuff all mashed together with a virtual ton of spoken word samples (most of which is completely profane and offensive).
King Megatrip – The Van Bowlski Brothers 12 may 2007
01 prince microtrip – intro-ski (an intro to an intro) 02 jimbalaya – aquitar intro (jim sitting on a park bench) 03 dj topcat – flav in the middle 04 the hollies – long cool woman (in a black dress) 05 rhymefest – build me up (feat. odb) 06 radio van bowlski skit 01 07 millencolin – fingers crossed 08 bad religion – the defense 09 van halen – ain’t talkin’ ‘bout love 10 mei-lwun – sweet home country grammar 11 victor menegaux – what i like about crunk 12 radio van bowlski skit 02 13 lupe fiasco – daydreamin’ (feat. jill scott) 14 gym class heroes – cupid’s chokehold (feat. patrick stump) 15 ugly duckling – a little samba (instrumental) 16 ugly duckling – smack 17 radio van bowlski skit 03 18 dj max entropy – don’t phunk with my fortunate son 19 outkast vs kanye – touch the bar-b (a-track’s sunglasses is a must blend) 20 hybrid 180 – cecilia 21 paradox – sample me 13 22 nofx – the idiots are taking over 23 the loved ones – jane 24 radio van bowlski skit 04 25 dj topcat – how jesus won the west 26 dj topcat – more than on point 27 steve miller band – take the money and run 28 the 5th dimension – let the sunshine in 29 tom kong – on the phone-ski outro 30 five roofers in the back of a box truck during a thunderstorm (11 May 2007, 11:24AM EST)
ok – here it is…. the 4th mix in the ‘roofers vs records’ trilogy(?!)
another one of those mixes I do for the kids I work with… all over the map. Hip Hop, Classic Rock and Punk stuff all mashed together with a virtual ton of spoken word samples (most of which is completely profane and offensive).
most of the spoken word either namechecks the guys I work with, or references some sort of private joke… like the whole aqualung thing (an inside joke that wouldn’t make sense if I tried to explain it here…)
the title references two guys at work that are always “smoking the bowl” on the job – hence the nickname the Van Bowlski Brothers…
still plenty of great tracks and stuff in here – even without the knowledge of the inside jokes… hope you all like it.
many thanks to Vic and my man in the UK – Lewis!