Mash-ups that Rock
August 11, 2007 6:02 PM   Subscribe

Put Your Hands Up For Detroit - Silent film Dirty Dancing with music by Fedde La Grand (Slightly NSFW) and other successful mash-ups, including 8 1/2 Mile, an excellent Fellini’s / Eminem combo. (From a blog by "Mefi’s own" Ajit AP)
posted by growabrain (12 comments total) 8 users marked this as a favorite

A fucking plus!
posted by phaedon at 6:14 PM on August 11, 2007

"8 1/2 Mile" is quite good.
posted by Kraftmatic Adjustable Cheese at 6:24 PM on August 11, 2007

posted by ColdChef at 6:34 PM on August 11, 2007

This is fantastic. Thanks.
posted by jmhodges at 6:48 PM on August 11, 2007

Close Detroit, and on your way out make sure all the lights are off. Give it up. and I am a Michigan boy. this is so sad, sad, sad, one hundred times sad. This used to be a real city once. Now it is just a graveyard. That is the sad, sad, sad, and even more sad than that sad. I loved you once Detroit. God bless.
posted by caddis at 7:16 PM on August 11, 2007

umm, there's still 900,000 people here. It's not a graveyard. People are working here and working here, regardless of what the popular image might be.

that being said, i liked the mashup.
posted by ofthestrait at 7:49 PM on August 11, 2007

That rap one needed to be silent.
posted by acetonic at 5:18 AM on August 12, 2007

Thou shalt not make some noise for Detroit.
posted by fandango_matt at 7:07 AM on August 12, 2007

8 1/2 mile was dope.
posted by chunking express at 7:59 AM on August 12, 2007

I've long loved 8 1/2 Mile; strong link.
posted by coolhappysteve at 11:01 AM on August 12, 2007

Eh? Neither a mention of Walk it Out, Fosse, nor Apache Prodigy, nor even the venerable Tupac Barney?
posted by mhum at 9:17 PM on August 12, 2007

I was in downtown Detroit not too long ago and bought a great smoothie at a nice clean place that was playing very good music. A few ED 209s and the place will be as good as new.
posted by Burhanistan at 9:51 PM on August 12, 2007

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