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Contest: Got an extra copy of Nick Catchdubs and Mark Ronson's mixtape Radio Radio Radio. Already have one copy so there is no need to horde two. Why not pass it on to the AG faithful?

From TTL:

With exclusives and new blends galore, Radio Radio is exactly what you'd expect from Ronson & Young Catch – a total free-for-all, genre-defying and severely fresh. The coolest thing about this mix is the energy level, which stays up in the stratosphere for the duration but never feels tiring or overwhelming – it's just some good-ass summer music, mixed cleanly and cleverly.

Rules: American's only (sorry I love Canada but only paying to ship stateside this time). To win all you have to do is post why you want the mixtape and what track you're most excited to hear (tracklist here). Pretty damn simple. Contest ends Dec. 3rd.

Mp3: Mark Ronson/Nickcatchdubs - "Intro track"

Don't forget to post your email so I can get in touch with you.

Missed out? Buy the record here.

4 interested person(s)

k. said... @ 11/24/2006 06:57:00 PM

dont make me send this record to my grandma she has been hounding me for mix tapes and i have stood strong...dont make me do it.

Shane said... @ 11/24/2006 10:53:00 PM

welll I would comment on this sweet ol contest you have going here but apparently im cut out of the loop ;)
I hope your grandma enjoys it the way its lookin haha .

Justin said... @ 11/25/2006 12:00:00 PM

I've been looking at this mixtape for a while now. If you don't believe me, ask Catchdubs. I emailed him about the project this summer inquiring about where I could catch a preview. (Actually, better yet, don't ask him. He probably won't remember me and I don't want anyone calling me a liar.) Anyway, I never did find a place to catch all the song snippets and so lacking both funds and a general knowledge about many of the featured artists, I passed. Yes, that's right, despite being down with Ronson and his jazzy, upbeat, cross-genre production since my first listen of the Strokes/D'Angelo 'Devil's Pie' joint he did pre-Rhymefest, despite knowing that the tracks I had heard (Ronson's 'Toxic' and Ghostface's 'Jellyfish'), I acted like a wanksta and never picked it up. The reason I want it is the same reason I never made the purchase: The unknown factor. While it was tough to drop some bones on it, it's been equally difficult looking at a track listing that unites Jamie Lidell, Ghostface and Feist and tons of dudes that could be awesome, and thinking about how I turned it down. If I had to pick one track that has me pumped, I'd go with The Fallen (Justice Mix) because I've never heard it and A-Trak's intrigued me with his dope, creative beats that could draw Ronson and Catchdubs comparisons. PEACE.


*For the record, I might've picked this up in the fall, but I've been studying in London for the semester and, like yourself, hate shipping things from different countries. Thankfully, I'll be back in the states this month.

cole said... @ 11/16/2007 10:46:00 PM

i figure that between the two of these fine makers of music, there will be at least one jam.

see... the thing is... i'm going to be starting a scooter gang this summer.

just like these guys...

everything is all in order, except for one thing.

we don't have a jam.

this album should help remedy that situation.

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