May 10th, 2004
|04:46 am - Popping the musical question|
Q. What could be better than finding an Eminem - Enya remix?
A. Finding an Eminem ragtime remix.
Not as high quality as that one, but from a recent Fark audioedit, here's Cristina Aguilera at a (no pun intended) hoedown: http://notcharles.ca/~jnc/banjo-clips/Christina%20Aguilera%20-%20Drrty%20(Berklee%20Remix).mp3
The rest of that directory has some other fun clips. braindam.mp3 is the only other one from that Fark contest, and it was a cheat - it's a real song (Allen from ifmud knows who it's by, if you want to know) and some asshole edited a watermark at the beginning and submitted it under his own name. But I don't have the original version anymore, sadly.
Have you ever heard Christina Aguilera's song parody of Eminem's "Slim Shady" called "Will the Real Slim Shady Please Shut Up?"
It's one of the few worthwhile things she's recorded.
|Date:||May 11th, 2004 01:04 am (UTC)|| |
According to Corner #1943023 of the internet, that actually wasn't her. It was someone named Emily Ellis.
I have the "Cletus T. Judd" version, and it amuses me muchly.
Thank you Corner #1943023 Reporter #395730! As always, reporting the TRUTH, from the deep, dark, Corners of the Internet. I knew Christina couldn't be that clever!
Thumbs for Ms. Ellis.
Ahahahahaha. I think I actually liked that.
OMFG. that is the only thing to make me laugh at this time of the morning (the enya). thanks! rock out.
|Date:||May 10th, 2004 09:47 am (UTC)|| |
The coincidence of the crescendos and diminuendos (if any can be found in rap, at all) in the Enya remix are wonderful. The ragtime remix is just pure genius.
Finally, an Eminem song I can listen to.
Totally unrelated: PBS has a documentary called Great Old American Themeparks or something to that effect. It is on here now, but I'm too pooped to stay up for it. Check your local listings!