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An audio collage mix of of just what is a "Mashup"
Remixed and Produced by:
Skidmark Bob

Mashup, or bastard pop, or bootleg, is a musical genre which, in its purest form, consists of the combination (usually by digital means) of the music from one song with the a cappella from another. Typically, the music and vocals belong to completely different genres. At their best, bastard pop songs strive for musical epiphanies that add up to considerably more than the sum of their parts.

Mashup artists in this mix include:
- People Like Us - Nobody Does It Better
- Sue Teller - Do Your Oun Adventure, Mashups
- Go Home Productions - Crazy Fool, Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Space Invaders
- Voicedude - Amzing Techincolor Dream Boot 2
- Arty Fufkin - Crazy Logic
- Dangerous Orange - Hurts Like Teen Spirit
- DJ Z Trip - Yesterday
- Sue Teller - Do Your Oun Adventure, Mashups
- Miss Frenchie - Smoke on the purple
- Aggro 1 - Hotel California
- Bobby Martini - Kil Bill In The Air Tonight
- Deaf In The Family - The Wizard Featuring
John Bonham Vs. The Turntable Anihilists
- Go Home Productions - Rock In Black
- The Evolution Control Committee - Rocked By Rape
- Aggro1 - Dirty Deeds Will Rock You
- DJ Moule - Black Sabotage
- Bobby Martini - Shout Beep
- Dummy Run - FD
- WGMD Dan Gaffney Show - Tom Petty vs Red Hot Chili Peppers
- World Famous Audio Hacker - Too Many Doobies
- Team 9 - Elenors Head

Mashups are known by a number of different names, including:

* Bootlegs (mostly in Europe)
* Boots (but not Booty which is a branch of Electro)
* Mash-ups
* Smashups (or Smash-Ups)
* Bastard pop
* Blends
* Cutups (or Cut-ups)
* Powermixing (Usually the pace has to be sped up to allow for more song to be played and thus cannot play any single blend for the full lenghth of the song)

In addition, more traditional terms such as "edits" or (unauthorized) "remixes" are favored by many "bootleggers" (also known as 'leggers).

For latest Mashups:

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