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DaNcE PaRtY fRiDaY RETURNS.

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It has been way too long since I celebrated Friday with a quality mash-up. So it’s back. Let’s be honest though, don’t get used to it because being consistent isn’t really something I’d list under my special skills/talents.

Clinton Sparks, “My Awesome Mixtape 2″

Clinton Sparks, coming off a recent grammy nomination for his work on Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” officially released “My Awesome Mixtape 2″ today. Perfect timing because I needed something to get me in the mood to go out tonight. The whole mixtape is over an hour-long so I’m still listening while I post this, but what I hear in the first half hour is promising. It flows well and never has a down moment. Clinton Sparks knows what sounds good together and it shows throughout “My Awesome Mixtape 2.” The mixtape includes artists such as Lady Gaga, Kaskade, Avicii, Skrillex, Swedish House Mafia, and of course, Katy Perry. That’s not all though, here’s the entire tracklist:

1. Intro – Samuel L. Jackson
2. Mutate My Life – Sidney Samson,Rick Ross,Lil’Jon,Jokers Inc. & Diddy
3. Smash The Club – Clinton Sparks,Lil’Jon & Pitbull (Volkan Saki & Rocwell Rmx)
4. Slam The Drink – Lil’Jon,Zedd & LMFAO
5. Get Your internet Friends Up – Knife Party & Lauren Bennett
6. Here’s Your Chance – Joachim Garraud, Alesia & Far East Movement
7. Neutron Star Disaster – Muse & DJ Kue (Interlude)
8. Bloody Mary – Lady Gaga (Clinton Sparks Rmx)
9. Bloody Radio – Queen (Interlude)
10. Watch You – Clinton Sparks, Pitbull & Disco Fries
11. The One That Got Away – Katy Perry, R3hab & Busta Rhymes
12. Big Japan – Martin Solveig, Kanye West, Dragonette & Idoling
13. Sucks to Be You – Clinton Sparks & LMFAO (Jumpsmokers Rmx)
14. Turn up the Music – Chris Brown & T.I. Remix
15. I Do It – David Guetta, Big Sean, Tyrese, Sia, Alesso & Hypster
16. Can’t Stop Me – Afrojack & Shermanology
17. Otherside – Red Hot Chili Peppers (Third Party Rmx)
18. Ain’t Gon Stop Raining – Kaskade, Diddy & Adam K.
19. The Best Levels – Avicii, Jim Jones & Skrillex
20. Swedish Nights Calling My Life – Sebastian Ingrosso, Alesso, Clinton Sparks & Marcus Schossow
21. International Love – Pitbull & Chris Brown (Clinton Sparks & Disco Fries)
22. 2012 Away – Fareoh, Archie V & Snoop Dogg
23. Toulouse – Nicky Romero
24. Antidote – Swedish House Mafia & Knife Party
25. Breakin a Sweat – Skrillex (Zedd Rmx)
26. Heavy Metal Lover – Lady Gaga (Clinton Sparks Rmx)
27. What If We…. – Clinton Sparks
28. Give me All your Love (LMFAO Rmx) – Madonna, LMFAO, Nicki Minaj & M.I.A.
29. Domino – Jessie J (Jumpsmokers Rmx)
30. No Swag – UGHmerica (Volkan Saki & Rocwell Rmx)
31. Turn me On – David Guetta & Nicki Minaj (Sidney Samson Rmx)
32. You Da Spaceman – Rihanna, Gregor Salto & Hardwell
33. With or Without You – Usher & U2 (Clinton Sparks Rmx)
34. After the Show (Interlude)
35. The Life of the Party – Clinton Sparks

Give it a listen. Pregame to it. Walk down the street to it. Sit on your couch and listen to it while perusing Facebook (like me). Moral of the story: Listen to it and enjoy.

DOWNLOAD IT HERE: http://app.topspin.net/f4m/129108

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Dance Party Friday Round 3

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Thank you to my best friend, Cassie, for this suggestion.

The Bloody Beetroots.

As I get closer to leaving for college, I realize I should probably start listening to this so-called house music more and according to my sister, mash-ups do not count as house music. Forgive my lack of detail in review on Dance Party Friday posts, I just don’t exactly understand what’s so impressive about DJs. Maybe after a little more listening/experience, I will understand why people get so mesmerized over house music.

To me, this song is perfect for dancing; you can freely move without a care in the world. It’s lack of words allows a person to really focus on the rhythm and heavy beats. This song is a little darker than others that I’ve heard, but in a good way. For the majority of the song, a listener becomes accustomed to the familiarity of the tick-tock of the clock, but when the beat drops, he or she becomes entranced by a whole new music. There are definitely some addicting sounds throughout this song. However, Aoki’s scattered background screaming will most likely give me nightmares tonight.