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United States United States. DJ since May 29, 2008

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djhelcat this club has got to be the most pretentious thing since i thought you and me. best hard rock disco since the revolting cocks did do ya think i'm sexy
djhelcat Linkin Park is my son's favorite band, so it was a bit weird when I kept getting this stuck in my head.
djhelcat Duran Duran is oh so very post-disco. I really hope they release their electroset.
djhelcat It's funny that this is pitched to the weed-wacker outside. But this is music I like to work out to. Somewhere btw goth, electro, and blade runner.
djhelcat some mashups are just wrong, but this is the best one since get yer freak on collided with love will tear us apart.
djhelcat This is my favorite myspace random find. In the tradition of london calling and the passenger, and segues nicely with both. love the piano, too.
djhelcat And Kristy Thirsk smokes up Justify My Love in this downtempo triphoppy rendition that blows Madonna's version out of the water.
djhelcat FLA's dub-influenced 1999 cover of New Year's Day features 80s teenpopgal Tiffany sounding a bit more grown up.
djhelcat So ahead of its time. Perfect ipod soundtrack for a visit to Phila's Mütter Museum, --even better if you have the 2004 remix.
djhelcat this is a cover of a buzzcocks song. rhys fulber of conjure one is also of frontline assembly & I interviewed him in 2003.
djhelcat now running dj_helcat on livejournal through and it's going to be all over the map. some top 40 just sticks in your head, so earworm this.
djhelcat this is the helcat signature anthem, so seems apropos for a start.
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