Thursday, June 19, 2008

Girl Talk - Feed the Animals Now Available for Whatever You Like


Mr. Gillis, as promised, has dropped his new album Feed the Animals right on time. When it wasn't out yesterday, he just kept us chomping at the bit until this morning when it was finally released. So I don't know what that track was about the other day, but the album holds true to the club bangers he's put out before. You'll just need to take a listen yourself, and you can do so for free (or pay, its whatever you want). 

First off, to download the album for free or $5 - $10, follow this link to Illegal Art. Here's how it goes down when you decide to download the album:
any price grants the download of the entire album as high-quality 320kbps mp3s
$5 or more adds the options of FLAC files, plus a one-file seamless mix of the album
$10 or more includes all of the above + a packaged CD (when it becomes available)

Mr. Gillis, Alternately if you decide that you just want to stream the album for a quick listen, head over to Girl Talk's Myspace to do so. 

The vinyl release of the album will see the light of day this fall, while the CD is set to come out in September. It's got some of the material he's been playing for a while like that Rich Boy sample I've been waiting to hear on a record, along with more insane stuff that you've come to expect. Just give it a listen for yourself. 
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Early highlights:

The way The Weight from The Band is sampled. I never would have imagined that song making its way into the mix. 

Queen and Jackson 5

The Jay Z and Radiohead's Paranoid Android mix couldn't have been done better. 

Metallica's One and Lil Mama's Lipgloss is hilarious. I really want to hear that one live.

Prince and Of Montreal is basically a pairing that was meant to happen. 

M.I.A. and The Cranberries is another one of those pairings that makes the album. 

If you'd like to see a (seemingly) full list of the songs used on the album, down the second they appear on the album, check out the Wikipedia page for the album

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