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Back Once Again (2014 Extended and Remastered)

DJDeedle's back once again with some ill behavior, served fresh and hot just the way you like it.  This week, he's taken the classic Deedlecast from January 11, 2008, and not only remixed and remastered it, but added to it as well.  

Ill behavior warning:  This Deedlecast has a rude word or two! 

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Back_Once_Again_2014_Refix.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:00am EST

MTV Generation 2014

DJDeedle remembers fondly that day back in the 80s when video killed the radio star.  Music videos were something new and amazing, and MTV arrived on the scene to provide them to us on cable. But not for everyone. One had to beg the local cable company to carry MTV.  

To be truly part of the MTV generation, one has to remember the excitement when MTV dawned, and VJs ruled the television, serving us hour after hour of brit pop, synth pop, new wave, rock, and even some mainstream rap (and ultimately some hip-hop).  New artists, like Madonna, Cindy Lauper, Bryan Adams, and Thomas Dolby arrived on our screens, daily.  And groups like Yaz, U2, Duran Duran, Wham, the Cure, the Smiths, and the Police echoed from every school dance, prom, and boom box.  

This week, DJDeedle salutes his generation, the MTV generation.  We're responsible for all those one-hit wonders from the 80s we now hear in elevators and waiting rooms everywhere. 

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_MTV_Generation_2014.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST


Today's musical landscape would be much different if not for the Supremes, and particularly, Diana Ross.  The Supremes were the most popular "girl group" of the 1960's, and the most successful vocal group of the period after the Beatles.  The Supremes released hit after hit, charting a dozen number one hits between 1964 and 1969.  Ultimately, in 1969, the original group split up, with Diana Ross going more or less solo, touring as Diana Ross & the Supremes, though without Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson.  


The influence of the Supremes was vital in shaping the Motown sound and R&B. Similarly, the influence of Diana Ross and her solo work on R&B and Disco cannot be understated.  The sounds they pioneered can be found throughout today's music, and modern musicians, both female and male, owe them a debt of gratitude for their groundbreaking work. This week, DJDeedle salutes the queens of popular music, both as a group and in their solo careers, the supremely special Supremes.

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Supremely_2014.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

Rediscover Today

Sometimes, you have to journey to the past and travel to the future to fully understand the present.  This week, in this all new Deedlecast, @DJDeedle helps you rediscover today. All you have to do is listen.  



Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Rediscover_Today.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

Hooked on Stereophonics (2014 Tune up)

There's so much more to stereophonic sound than we realize.  It's a good idea to tune up your stereo from time to time.  This week's Deedlecast will give your stereo system a full workout. And once you've experienced it, you'll be hooked on stereophonics.

If you want to experience the full aural experience, listen to this one with headphones!


Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Hooked_on_Stereophonics_2014_Tune_up.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

Shouting at Me (2014 Extended Refix)

Are you talking to me?   DJDeedle's remixed, remastered, and added another five minutes of Deedlecast fun to this one from September 2007.  Classic 80's with everyting from Tears for Fears to Frankie Goes to Hollywood.  Let the shouting begin.



Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Shouting_at_Me_2014_Extended_Refix.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

Hip-Hop Summer Don't Stop (2014 Refix)

The calendar tells us that the summer season is winding down.  But the summer still has some partying to do, and on Deedlecast, the gritty summer hip-hop doesn't have to end. DJDeedle's remixed an remasterd "Hip-Hop Summer Don't Stop" from August 22, 2008. 

Don't stop. Just don't.  



Note:  Rude words in this one

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Hip-Hop_Summer_Dont_Stop_2014_Refix.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

Plan 9 (2014 Refit)

On May 29, 2009, DJDeedle implemented "Plan 9."  As we've seen from the sweeping changes since that date, the plan was entirely effective.  This week, DJDeedle has dusted off the plan, given it a new, cleaner, and clearer sound.  

It's time to implement "Plan 9" from DJDeedlespace.  

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Plan_9_2014_Refit.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:23pm EST

Rebound Sound

A life lived to its fullest inevitably means the occasional broken heart.  The immediate aftermath, the rebound, is guaranteed to be a touchy and quixotic period.  In 2008, DJDeedle brought you the unique sound of the rebound.  This week, "Rebound Sound" is back, remixed, remastered, and filled to the brim with that musical rebound angst we all love.

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_Sound_Rebound_2014_Refit.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

iRobot (v 2014)

In September of 2008, long before iRobot was just some silly vacuum cleaner that scares the cat, DJDeedle brought you iRobot the Deedlecast.  DJDeedle knew then that even robots need music. Not unlike ourselves, songs of love, loneliness, lust, loyalty, longing, and loss nourish their circuits and gears.  That classic sound is back again, remixed and remastered for 2014.

No matter what kind of robot you happen to be, this Deedlecast will speak to you. All robots depicted in this Deedlecast are purely fictional, and have no relation to me. 

Direct download: Deedlecast_-_iRobot_2014.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:00am EST

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