4 Songs, 19 Minutes


Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5

8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Hymnal says it's alright!!!


Absolutely great track! Killer beat. Good for the rock set. Good for the rap set. Good for the dance set. Great remix my SWRevenge. Recommended!!!!

Nice Change from Mainstream


Not really a fan of rap music, but this is refreshing and sophisticated.

I rated this as my #1 track for 2006


Oftentimes DJs have some idiot kid stick their head in the booth and hand them a CD or a record that's "the illest ever!!!!" You nod. You close the door. You ignore, and at some juncture you find the track again and it IS the illest ever. The She Wants Revenge remix is incedible, a very versatile track that goes off quirky in the midst of dance or electroclash, and very, very unexpected in a hip hop set. A great tool for DJ's bridging sounds between sets or just as a great jump off. Interesting 4/4 structure, with a nasty bassbin thumper, dissonant synth line, and mash up appeal.

About Cut Chemist

As well as being one of the ablest solo turntablists on the globe, American DJ and producer Cut Chemist (born Lucas MacFadden) was also a member of two highly rated crews: underground rap kings Jurassic 5 and the Los Angeles Latin funk band Ozomatli. His tracks have also appeared on two seminal turntablist compilations, Return of the DJ, Vol. 1 and Deep Concentration. MacFadden made an early name for himself with the L.A. rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on wax with the B-side of UC's 1993 single "Unified Rebelution." The track "Lesson 4: The Radio" was a tribute to and continuation of Double D and Steinski's seminal hip-hop collage masterpiece "Lessons 1-3," and included nods to Indeep, Bob James, Spoonie Gee, and Dan Ackroyd. Soon after the record's release, Unity Committee came together with another group, Rebels of Rhythm, to form Jurassic 5. Cut Chemist kept quite busy with the group, contributing "Lesson 6" to the group's eponymous EP and producing the entire record. He also delved into remixing (DJ Shadow, Liquid Liquid) and outside work (scratching for Less Than Jake; appearing with Ozomatli).

In mid-1997 Cut Chemist recorded his album debut, Live at the Future Primitive Sound Session, with Shortkut of Invisibl Skratch Piklz. Two years later, he teamed up with DJ Shadow and performed a series of events in San Francisco. Brainfreeze is a live recording of a rehearsal for one of those shows, and became a popular and hard-to-find album. In 2001 the duo followed up its previous success with Product Placement, a studio record that stylistically followed the pattern of Brainfreeze (two long tracks, two DJs). In 2004 Cut Chemist parted ways with Jurassic 5 and issued Litmus Test, a remixed collection of his previous work. It was followed in 2006 by an album of his own productions, The Audience's Listening (Warner Bros. Records). His official debut studio effort, the set featured guests like Hymnal, Edan, Mr. Lif, and Thes One. The next year, another collaboration with DJ Shadow arrived. The Hard Sell was recorded live at the Hollywood Bowl and once again included two long tracks, one by each DJ. A more concise mix, The Hard Sell (Encore), arrived in 2008. In 2010 he released the mix album Sound of the Police, which featured Ethiopian and Afro-Brazilian recordings. He returned in 2017 with the singles "Work My Mind" (with Chali 2na and Hymnal) and "Madman." ~ John Bush



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