NO MORE DATING DJS, the maxi single from Nick Holder, features remixes from legendary hip hop superproducer, Pete Rock.
US hip-hop legend Pete Rock stamps his seal of approval over Nick Holder's hot original, with two deep and psychedelic hip hop mixes.
The beats are sometimes very poor, the melodies are not as strong as they were before.
Anyway, there are a couple of remixes available out there for "On My Mind", "No More Dating..." and "Player 1".
Track 4: Contains uncredited samples of "I Wanna Be Evil" performed by Eartha Kitt. On THE OTHER SIDE, Nick Holder seems to be exploring different avenues... "Player 1" and "Back Again" are more much downtempo than his other work, and although they're an interesting change of pace, they don't quite distinguish themselves (even with the sounds of Galaga coming at the end of the former).
Track 6: Contains uncredited excerpts of the famous public speech "I Have A Dream" delivered by Martin Luther King, on August 28, 1963. One we get back into house territory, many of the tracks, although excellent, seem to be retreads.
“Hello,” “Like A Star,” “Power Trip,” “Home For The Holidays,” “All I Want Is You,” all women that are like sand slipping through his fingers.
“2Faces” and “Pray,” both songs where sex comes with regret.
Fight, some things they fight So, something on the...
Most of the songs reference DJs in a complimentary way, but several "diss" the DJ!
The most extreme example would be the Smiths' "Panic (Hang the DJ)" where Morrissey laments of the songs meaning nothing to him.
Fight, some things they fight [3x] Shut the fuck up!
As disc jockey/music mixologists, we were interested to compile a list of songs about DJs.