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Posted by shanoah on September 10, 2008

Sorry, guys, I’m not talking about those Freemasons today. No international conspiracies to make Slim Whitman the greatest selling singer of all time, immanentize the eschaton, brainwash the populace through hitherto unknown properties of the large hadron collider, or putting Cheese Whiz in your underwear.

Though, to be fair, all of the above are all things I’d be interested in posting about.

In this context, though, the Freemasons would be a bunch of djs remixing songs, a few of which I felt like posting:


At the risk of seeming a bit square, I’ve always liked the Jackson 5 song ABC. And this remix with “You’re Not Alone Now” works well.

Of course, I’ve never really felt much like limiting my compass, musical or otherwise.


Seems like I was just playing Alanis Morrissette, doesn’t it? The beat makes all the difference, though.

Here Comes The Rain Again

This may be fairly similar to the original, but is a good remix. And it’s not like the Eurorythmics song is bad…

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