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Illegal Sunday 074



Here is your dose of mashups, bootlegs and edits, the new episode of our notorious Illegal Sunday series.

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Our picks for this week are after the jump, or in other words, here are the best mashups, edits and unofficial remixes of these days. 

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"Do the Bartman" is a pop rap song from the 1990 Simpsons album The Simpsons Sing the Blues. It was performed by The Simpsons cast member Nancy Cartwright and was released as a promotional single from the album on November 20, 1990. The song was written and produced by American recording artists Michael Jackson and Bryan Loren. Although Jackson did not receive any credit because he was under contract to another record label, he was a fan of The Simpsons—especially the character Bart—and had called the producers one night offering to write Bart a number-one single and do a guest spot on the show.

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Al Stewart - Year of the Cat (Vassilis Koulianos remix)

The Doors - The Crystal Ship (The Frost Remix)

Sylvester – Mighty Real (Sixth Avenue Express Sax Remake)

Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side (Control Claptone Edit)

Ohio Players - Love Rollercoaster (Notize & Runge Bootleg)

Marvin Gaye – Got To Give It Up (Mic Newman Remix)

David Bowie - Let’s Dance (The Penelopes Remix)

The Doors - Light My Fire (Arts and Lohr Remix)

Tears For Fears - Shout - SIMØNE Remix

Bronski Beat – It aint’ necessarily so (Pool Party Remix by Selector Retrodisco)

Michael Jackson - They Dont Care About Us (Harry Borg Remix)

Hercules and Love Affair - Blind (Serge Santiago RX)



On this day in music history: May 31, 1980 - “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc. hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 4 weeks, topping the Club Play for 4 weeks (non-consecutive) on March 8, 1980, also peaking at #2 on the R&B singles chart on the same date. Written and produced by Steven Greenberg, it will be the biggest hit, and lone Top 40 pop hit for the duo from Minneapolis, MN. The group consists of singer Cynthia Johnson and musician Steven Greenberg with Greenberg playing nearly all of the instruments on their debut album. Guitarist David Rivkin (aka producer David Z.) is also featured on the record and is the recording engineer on the track. Prior to joining Lipps Inc., lead singer Cynthia Johnson will work as a secretary for the Minneapolis Police Department, while singing and playing saxophone nights and weekends in an early incarnation of the band Flyte Tyme, featuring future Time band members Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Jellybean Johnson and Monte Moir. When she leaves the band, her place will be taken by Alexander O’Neal. Once Lipps Inc. has completed recording their first album independently, Steve Greenberg will shop it around to various record labels. After receiving numerous rejections, Casablanca Records will sign the group and release the single in spite of the massive backlash against disco at the time. Entering the Hot 100 at #89 on March 29, 1980, it will climb to the top of the chart nine weeks later. The song will also become a huge hit worldwide, topping the charts in nine other countries. The single will sell nearly three million copies in the US alone, also sending the accompanying album “Mouth To Mouth” to number five on the Billboard Top 200 (#5 R&B), and is certified Platinum. “Funkytown” is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

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