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Big thanks to Beardology Records (www.BeardologyRecords.com
The sun might have set, but the party is only beginning, so let's dance all night from coast to coast. When night comes, the danger and intrigue only get hotter for our hero, Sir Barkley the 1st. "Slam Nights" is the sequel mixtape to "It's Time To Slam Jam" by R0CKET SAUCE!!! and all of the tracks have something to do with what goes on when the lights are out. This mixtape is lovingly presented to the fine folks over at r/comeonandslam. It was made over the course of 14 weeks in between February and May, 2013. Every track is a remix/mashup of the Space Jam theme song and other elements. Each track blends perfectly together and it is the intention of R0CKET SAUCE!!! that the songs be played in order and uninterrupted. Why not download the mixtape and get a CD so you can burn it up? It's time to slam jam.
Note: The first 13 tracks in the zip file comprise the mixtape proper, but 7 additional tracks have been included as bonuses for people who download this album. They aren't necessarily part of this work, but they didn't fit into anything else, so they are given as extras. They are essentially B-Slams that were produced at the same time as It's Time To Slam Jam volumes 1 and 2. They are as follows:
Ice Cap Slam
I Saw The Slam
Slam It To The Limit
The Slam Knight
released May 5, 2013
This album was compiled entirely by R0CKET SAUCE!!! and it includes excerpts from the following:
"Space Jam" by Quad City DJs, "Knight Rider" by Stu Phillips, "Stick 'Em by Fat Boys, audio clip of Bobby Moynihan from Saturday Night Live, "Nightcall" by Kavinsky, "Doctor?" by Orbital, which is itself a cover of the "Doctor Who" theme, originally composed by Ron Grainer and realized by Delia Derbyshire, "Chemical Plant Zone" by Masato Nakamura from the game "Sonic the Hedgehog 2," "Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison, "X-Men: The Animated Series" by Shuki Levy, "Die Young" by Ke$ha, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana, "Pump Up The Jam" by Technotronic, "Maps" by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, "In The Air Tonight" by Phil Collins, "Zero Machine" by Le Castle Vania, which is itself composed of elements of "Zero" by The Smashing Pumpkins, "Take My Breath Away" by Berlin, as well as additional recordings of Charles Barkley in commercials or talk show settings such as Weight Watchers, Nike, Right Guard, The Late Show with Conan O'Brien, and his NBA Hall of Fame acceptance speech. And possibly more things. R0CKET SAUCE!!! makes no claim to ownership of any of the materials presented here and they will gladly cease and desist upon the presentation of proper legal materials.