Biggie Hendrix Experience

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16 Responses to “Biggie Hendrix Experience”

  1. holotone says:

    Mirror? The official link is getting _hammered_.

  2. scottfree says:

    any mirror sites? I think the server may not like me.

  3. McKenzie says:

    I’ll seed it for a while if there is a .zip somewhere I can turn into a .torrent

    -mck

  4. mikabreto says:

    Hendrix was remixed in the 90′s by the DJ production team known as The Beautiful People. They had a whole map of the sample origins on their CD booklet. I remember it as a very danceable and respectful album. I’ve since lost it.

  5. Bman says:

    the doc roc link is his myspace you can get it easy from there

  6. Crunchbird says:

    Why doesn’t Jimi get an R.I.P.? He died nearly as young, and equally tragically/idiotically . . .

  7. rongenre says:

    URL for the album (found on myspace, yay BMAN) is http://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/bttikg

  8. cycle23 says:

    all i can say is i like B.I.G., i like jimi, but that cocaine mix is t3h crapstar.

    why would anyone want to listen to one riff for 5 minutes straight? didn’t vanilla ice already cover that ground?

  9. CitrusFreak12 says:

    Hmm. Listened to this mix, and the whole thing just sounds very jejune and uninspired. Disappointing, really.

  10. JimmyJames says:

    Isn’t the song labeled Cocaine actually Jimi’s cover of Sunshine of Your Love by Cream?

  11. manpanties says:

    did Paul Pope design that cover?

  12. Chocolatey Shatner says:

    Is it just me, or does the artwork look like Al Sharpton if he started pimpin’?

  13. futurpunk says:

    I also recommend my friend’s “Tha Killa Beez Experience” for any Wu-Tang fans. Give his Hey Joe mix a listen, it’s definitely one of my faves.

    http://coldhands.info/killabeezexperience/kbe.php

  14. wrybread says:

    I agree with Cycle23. I love each artist, and love the way they mix together, but the mixer could have done a *much* better job of showcasing Jimi.

    My $.02 is there’s a real appreciation here for Biggie, most of his best songs are here, but not much for Jimi. All the Jimi songs are really obvious, and there’s rarely more than a bar repeated over and over.

    That’s not to say I don’t like this, it’s great. But could be greater.

  15. TheGoldphish says:

    While I have respect for this DJ as a big booty fan/DJ myself, Cocaine is actually a song by J.J. Cale released in 1976 (6 years after Jimi Hendrix’s death).

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