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Here's a huge tune from 1995 that came out near the end of the year, close to Halloween time it got alot of play. The music just became creepy and extra digifunky that year (see SEM "V.5" for more auditory evidence). The Jedi Knights just put a fat acid tweak to Model 500's The Flow, some scratching, and funked it up for the clubs. Sadly, this is not a remix you can find on Spotify, Pandora or most popular music sites. Even the name of the very popular early 90s duo,The Jedi Knights, makes searching for their music difficult. This is the last of their remixes that I am familiar with or ever heard.

10 Suggested tracks for further study of electronic music that rocked the 1994-5 Dallas Underground Music Scene :b

1.Stella Getz "Dr Love" (Hard Love Dub)"
2.Red Seal "Upturn"
3.Anoesis "Heavy Water" [or "Trouble Down" with its unforgettable lyric "Sit Way Low When I'm Going Down...Sit way low.. going down"]
4. Ramjac "Massif"
5. Chris & James "Calm Down (Bass Keeps Pumpin)" Kingsize remix
6. Bassbin Twins "A-1 Love" [a personal all-time favorite]
7. A.U.X "My A.U.X.Mind" (Original version)
8. Josh Wink "Higher State of Consciousness" (Tweeking Acid Funk Remix)
9. Central Fire "(This is a) Shout Going Out" with a catchy acid hook that would later be incorporated in the popular track by The Electroliners "Loose Caboose"
10. METRO "To A Nation Rockin" [the full length version]

Bonus Mona Lisa Overdrive "Born To Synthesize" (weirdest lyrics I ever heard)
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When The Freestylers came to Dallas and did a set live from the Lizard Lounge one of the killa tracks they laid spun that night was this one. I think it was 2007 when they were here. Lucky to have a copy of this on wax. Love to drop this when I am mixing up the tracks on my turntables. Still have one half of that night recorded for posterity. The other first half unfortunately deteriorated and is no longer playable 
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Spotify and YouTube bean counters know I'm a huge fan of Warpaint. If the original wasn't good enough to be one of my top ten favorite Warpaint songs, the remix surely is. Listen with headphones and forget about ruining your hearing...turn it up! "I....make...room...for...everyone....I...make...room...for...everyone...I....make...room...for...everyone...I...need....to...take...aaaaaa-BREAK!" Sick! 
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Depending on how old you are your memory if this song can range from "Never heard of it" to "Oh this was the jam back in the day". For me it is the latter followed by "....at the skating ring." I once worked with a kickass black lady who told me this was "the jam back in the day at house parties." She always told me to turn it up and we'd bump chairs chair-dancing to it. It's still a cool song to breakdance to as well as the definition of an iconic beat that once defined an era. 
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I didn't click on this video. It just started playing. Really worth checking out the music playlist for this track. Some really great music by artists we may never have heard about if it wasn't for this mini-documentary.
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Can always count on Moderat creating music and video that feels like it's rubbing against your skin. I want to scratch a few places and then take a shower after hearing this. Maybe even re-brush my teeth. 
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Majority of posts are related to music, literature. Subtopics include art, philosophy, science, technology, astronomy, and photography.
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Posting mostly about music, film and philosophy. Avid reader, music aficionado, and trying best to avoid assuming, for assuming will get you knee deep in it faster than think. (Public posts are Limited)
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My remix of Jette-Ives "In The Presence Of" subtitled "Will Walker's Sexy Nu Jeans Remix"...that's me, I made that one. It's on iTunes and other Online Retailers.
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